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Belfast Music Walking Tour

Creative Tours Belfast, Ulster Hall, Bedford Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 7FF

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Belfast has a rich, storied tradition in both music-making and playing, and was designated a UNESCO City of Music in 2021. Your guide around this musical city is Dolores Vischer of Creative Tours Belfast, who is passionate about the city's music, past and present, and will accompany you to sites of musical significance across this compact city.

Your tour begins at the Ulster Hall, where Led Zeppelin famously debuted their iconic anthem Stairway to Heaven, and then its onwards on foot for a journey through music, culture and a brief history of modern-day Belfast, stopping along the way at the picturesque City Hall, the old, cobbled streets of the Cathedral Quarter, the fascinating Ulster Scots centre and St George’s Church, with many more fascinating points in between. You'll finish at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, dedicated to nuturing, promoting and showcasing the incredible talent that our city has to offer. Housing a performance space, rehearsal rooms and a recording studio, who knows who you may bump into here!

Dolores' interesting and engaging tour often concludes with a talented local musician performing live especially for you, amidst the collections of musical memorabilia which you're free to peruse and enjoy.

For music lovers, this is an unforgettable experience, which enlightens and entertains. Belfast’s music scene, rich in many genres awaits you; it’s time to explore.


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