Kodaline 'buzzing' after Belsonic gig

Kodaline 'buzzing' after Belsonic gig

Dublin-based rockers Kodaline enjoyed their stint at Belsonic, taking to Twitter to tell fans they were still "buzzing" the morning after their set at Custom House Square in Belfast.

The band featured on Monday night's line-up, alongside English singer-songwriter Tom Odell and Black Rivers - the new Mancunian band from Jez and Andy Williams of Doves.Thousands again packed the city centre venue for what was the third night of the music festival.Ulster and Ireland rugby star Tommy Bowe was among those in attendance.This year's Belsonic kicked off on Friday with Example, for the first of a six-night run.Biffy Clyro headlined on Sunday night, while still to come are Queens of the Stone Age on Wednesday and Imagine Dragons on Friday.Tuesday night's event will be led by disco act CHIC, featuring Nile Rodgers.The festival is now in its seventh year.Great night watching @Kodaline in @belsonicbelfast tonight pic.twitter.com/52tQw2PpIo— Tommy Bowe (@TommyBowe14) August 18, 2014Very early flight but still buzzing from last nights show @belsonicbelfast! One of the best gigs! Thank you Belfast! pic.twitter.com/bJzY4Sa6Sk— Kodaline (@Kodaline) August 19, 2014


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