Belfast rockers to headline charity gig

Published Tuesday, 04 March 2014
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Hard rockers Stormzone are set to headline a charity gig at Belfast's Empire Music Hall on Saturday.

Belfast rockers to headline charity gig
Stormzone formed in 2004. (© Stormzone)

The metal band, which formed in 2004, will perform at Blazefest IV to raise money for the Royal Belfast Hospital for Sick Children.

Other acts to feature on the bill include Worldsend, Sandstone, Baleful Creed, Maverick, Altus, Rebels By Nature and Lipstik Lizards.

Blazefest is named in honour of the festival's organiser's son Blaze, who needed extensive treatment at the Belfast hospital when he was born.

The event has been running since 2008.

As well as live music, there will also be raffles and auctions of memorabilia donated by the bands and fans, with all proceeds going to the charity.

© UTV News
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Davey in Belfast wrote (331 days ago):
Absolutley brilliant, Stormzone, a lovely bunch of guys with big hearts, always willing to get in there and help where it can be given . It will be great to see Harv, Steve, Davey, Graham and David all perform a home concert, Have much respect for these guys and I am glad to see them get the recognition they have earned. Northern Ireland is back on the map with great fist clenching Heavy Metal. Just hope that Paul Clark gives this a big mention on the UTV LIVE through the week, go onnn go onn go onn, Stormzone, The Empire Music Hall, Saturday, big charity event.. Thanks for reading.. Davey.S
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