The Ulster Hall is one of Belfast’s grandest landmarks. Located at the heart of the Northern Irish capital city, the Grade B1 listed concert hall is an iconic music venue which has frequently been the location of famous gigs, classical recitals, and political party conferences. The Ulster Hall is not known as the ‘Grand Dame’ of Bedford Street for nothing. Since it was opened in 1862 the hall has been a source of inspiration for all those in Northern Ireland, particularly since Belfast City Council purchased the building in 1902 for use as a public hall which it still is to this day. Over the years it has been the site of many notable concerts, including Led Zeppelin’s first ever live performance of Stairway to Heaven in 1971, AC/DC in 1979 and Slayer in 1994. Starting in 2007 the Ulster Hall underwent a full refurbishment to modernize its facilities and allow it to offer better disabled access. The project cost £8.5m and the Hall was finally re-opened in 2009. Now boasting a 1,850 standing capacity (1,000 seated), the Ulster Hall is better equipped than ever to be the site of a memorable evening. See and compare the prices of tickets for events at the Ulster Hall below to get the cheapest deals.