Tommy Flemming – Friday 16 February: Ulster Hall, Belfast Saturday 17 February: Millennium Forum, Derry

Friday 16 February: Ulster Hall, Belfast

Saturday 17 February: Millennium Forum, Derry


Christmas Single

Bells Are Ringing:


All These Years – a brand new album that reflects on Tommy Fleming 30 years in the music industry


Tommy Fleming sings from his soul. He breathes raw emotion into each and every song, be it his own arrangement, a classic cover or a dynamic duet. Fluent and flawless his unique voice has touched the hearts of many, right across the globe and when you see Tommy in full flight with his full band and orchestra you truly have been part of a journey that has reached sublime heights yet one that has never lost sight of its roots.

For 30 years, Tommy has shared his gift and enjoyed sharing the great stage with other Icons of the industry such as Elaine Paige, Kenny Rogers, Christy Hennessy, Phil Coulter, De Dannan, Mark Vincent, Vince Gill and many more. Generous to a fault he has also invited many emerging talents into his spotlight.

Unique, honest, emotive, powerful, an instrument of passion, dynamic are some of the terms which have been used to describe Tommy’s voice – a voice that has reached out through a myriad of genres. Sometimes difficult to classify, but there is no doubt whatsoever that whether it is his infamous arrangement of Danny Boy or his latest co-written duet with Conal Early The Bend in the Ocean, Tommy Fleming delivers each song with a polished yet discreet finesse that casts it’s magic over a spellbound audience.

Whether it is a quaint intimate church venue or a 2000 seater national venue, Tommy Fleming delivers a musical experience with a universal appeal to a broad age range and with his diverse repertoire; there truly is something in each show for all tastes.

Do not miss Tommy Fleming’s 2024 Tour, which includes the Northern Ireland dates below.

Tickets on sale now.


Tommy Fleming releases his Christmas single, an old classic that reflects the joys of the season and reminds us that not everyone may be as fortunate as ourselves.

A season recognised for goodwill and cheer – Christmas also denotes harsh contrasts amongst us as consumerism is glorified and tends to mask the many real life struggles not only at this festive time but for many an ongoing fact of life. This Christmas favorite by Tommy Fleming gently reminds us that some circumstances in today’s world cannot simply be gift wrapped and sprinkled with glitter and the smallest things like simply hearing the church bells and the traditional Christmas carols can reach out to forlorn doorways, unsafe places and give some joy. Wherever you are walking tonight remember that a mere smile and greeting can lift those who may just not hear those bells chiming this year.

Tommy has just returned from a 7 week tour of Australia and starts his nationwide Irish tour from Dec- March 2023