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     Stiff Little Finger - Custom House Belfast - 25th August 2018

We at Buses To Concerts will be running coaches to Stiff Little Fingers at The Custom House on the 25th August

 

Coaches Depart From:

 

DUNDALK: 5.10pm Bus Stop between Roundabouts @ J18 off M1

WARRENPOINT: 5.00pm Bus Stop @ Square opp Ye Old Ship Inn.

NEWRY: 5.30pm Bus Stop on Mary Street @ Newry Market Gate

BANBRIDGE: 5.50pm Bus Stop opp Home Bargains in Outlet Park

SPRUCEFIELD: 6.05pm Bus Stop @ Roundabout near M&S.

BELFAST: 6.10pm Bus Stop @ Jury's Hotel, Great Victoria Street

 

Appox Arrival Time 6.15pm

www.busestoconcerts.com for info / call 0845 4633 258 Return is 30 Mins after Concert from Coach Park. Price is for bus travel only & does not include entry to event. No alcohol on this service

 

Price is for Coach travel only & does not include entry to event. Not all coaches will stop at every pickup above, please be aware of this if your travel partners are at a different pickup to you. Call for details.Coaches may have toilet facilites, however we cannot guarantee this. Comfort breaks are provided enroute. Tickets must be purchased online or over the phone, if you turn up without a ticket you may be refused entry.

Now sit back, relax and enjoy your concert knowing all your travel is sorted...

 

If you have any more queries please do not hesitate to contact us!

Stiff Little Fingers were formed in 1977 in Belfast, Ireland. Along with the likes of the Clash, Sex Pistols, The Jam, Buzzcocks, Undertones, Sham 69, Stranglers, et al – Stiff Little Fingers were at the forefront of the punk movement. They wrote initially about their own lives, growing up at the height of The Troubles in Northern Ireland, in songs like "Suspect Device" and "Wasted Life". In November of '77, they released those two songs on their own Rigid Digits label, and sent a copy to BBC Radio One DJ John Peel, who started playing it every night.