TikTok Sensation Joel M Announces Magical Night In Belfast

TikTok sensation Joel M announces magical night in Belfast

Ulster Hall: Saturday 18th December 2021


Tickets on sale Thursday at 9am

5pm – Monday 20th September: Bangor magician and TikTok star Joel M set to blow minds in iconic Ulster Hall, Belfast on Saturday 18th December.

Fresh off the back of announcing a major book deal with HarperCollins, Bangor native Joel M reveals he is set to perform live for one night only in Belfast’s most iconic cultural venue. A thousand lucky fans will gather to see the TikTok trickster in the flesh for his first live show in over two years.

Combined with his big smile and cheeky demeanor, Joel M’s mind-bending magic tricks and incredible sleight of hand have won him legions of fans from the four corners of the globe, with the 24-year-old boasting an incredible 15.5 million followers across his social media channels. Joel’s star is firmly in the ascendant with his first book, Make Your Own Magic, available now for pre-order, and several TV shows under his belt, having fronted both BBC NI original Life is Magic and Sky Kids hit Ultimate Magic Skills.

Commenting on the upcoming show, Joel said, “I can’t wait to bring my brand new show and never-before-seen tricks to Ulster Hall this December. There’s nothing like meeting your fans; none of this would be possible without them, and getting to put on a show so close to home, and so close to Christmas, is just magic.” 

Joel M’s manager, Shane Gillen, of Dublin-based talent management and creative agency Big & Bright, added, “Joel’s live show will be like nothing you’ve ever seen. He has that rare talent of being just as exciting and entertaining in person as he is on screen. The show in Ulster Hall will be a night out for the whole family, as much fun for the adults as it will be for the kids, and a must-see for fans of Joel.”

Presale tickets for the show will launch exclusively on Joel M’s social media channels on Wednesday, 22 September and on general release Thursday, 23 September at 9am.




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