Ticket stub, NIRVANA Kings Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland 1992. Last UK indoor show!

The show that would prove to be Nirvana’s very last ever indoor show in the UK took place at the Kings Hall in Belfast, Northern Ireland on june 22, 1992. The band had released their multi-million seller “Nevermind” in September 1991, and the tour supported that album. In june 1992, they were kicking off their second run of European “Nevermind” gigs with a mini clubtour, visiting Dublin and Belfast only, before heading to the big festivals in Scandinavia and later Spain.

As a ticket stub collector I find it absolutely essential to own a piece of Nirvana memorabilia, and this ticket caught my eye immediately when I saw it. It’s got a very unique design (not your 50 a dozen Ticketmaster version), its in pretty good shape, considering it was actually used and kept thru a sweaty and long concert and it’s rare, since this was the last show they did in the UK ever! Also, it was in a relatively small arena with capacity of only 4800 people. Very cool piece. Hope you like it, I will put it in a display in my office I think 🙂 . Here is some more info on the band, the show and the ticket:

Ticket info: This ticket is an authentic piece of rock memorabilia bought from the concert goes himself in 2012. The ticket originally cost £14,50 and is USED (stub is gone). The ticket is in very nice condition, as seen on the photo below.


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