One of Northern Ireland’s best loved music radio shows, RBBC adio Ulster’s Across The Line is to celebrate 30 years on the airwaves. The show should be no stranger to local music fans as it’s focussed on the best and brightest in music from both sides of the border throughout its time on air. To mark the occasion, the show, fronted by Rigsy and Stuart Baillie, will be holding a live show in the Ulster Hall on Monday 5th September.
The show in the historic venue will feature a line-up of Irish acts old and new. The show, to be broadcast live on the BBC will feature Therapy?, SOAK, Villagers, Saint Sister and R51, with more to be announced.
Tickets for the show, which is over 16s, are free. To enter the draw for tickets, follow the link below.