1983-09-10 Ulster Hall, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Joanne Fox wrote in Depeche Mode's Information Sheet issue 10/83:
"Depeche Mode have just returned from a highly successful sell-out tour of the United Kingdom where one of the best gigs had to be the Ulster Hall in Belfast; everyone was a bit wary of going there for obvious reasons but it was well worth it as they played to a packed house of very appreciative Irish who hardly ever get to see live bands because of the troubles."
Dave said in Electronic Soundmaker & Computer Music magazine, issued April 1984:
"We were really spoiled on our last tour: places like Belfast were so excited that an English band had gone over, that we didn't have to win them over. Even Fletch was upfront, singing away. And he's so shy!"
Matt Fretton was the support act.