How To: De-Ice An Ice Hockey Rink

We gave you the low down on how we build our ice-rink back in August (here), so now we’re back to de-ice the Arena!
The guys behind the ice-rink are part of the hardworking Operations team who help curate all the events in the arena. I’ve got the inside scoop from two of the supervisors, Pete and Jason!

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Behind The Scenes: Meet The Team

2018 is a year of big events for The SSE Arena, Belfast and we would love for you to join us on our journey! This week we begin a blog series entitled, ‘Meet The Team’. Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be spotlighting members of our SSE Arena team, their backgrounds, roles, and unique perspectives, so you can get to know the people that are working hard to make The SSE Arena Northern Ireland’s premier entertainment venue.

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Odyssey Ice Academy

A cohort of 14 care experienced young people have celebrated today as they graduated from Northern Ireland’s first ever Odyssey Ice Academy and officially became ‘Community Giants.’

The Lord Mayor of Belfast met with all of the participants of the scheme at an official reception at Belfast City Hall and congratulated the young people on the new skills and important life experiences they have gained with the support of the Stena Line Belfast Giants.

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Behind The Scenes: Meet The Team

2018 is a year of big events for The SSE Arena, Belfast and we would love for you to join us on our journey! This week we begin a blog series entitled, “Meet The Team.” Over the course of the next few weeks, we will be spotlighting members of our SSE Arena team, their backgrounds, roles, and unique perspectives so you can get to know the people that are working hard to make The SSE Arena Northern Ireland’s premier entertainment venue.

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‘THE BEACH BOYS’ CELEBRATE 50TH ANNIVERSARY OF ‘WILD HONEY’ ALBUM IN THE SSE ARENA, BELFAST

Guest post by Sean Hillen (Editor) at https://worlditineraries.co/

Dancing in the aisles is the hallmark of success for most music concerts and The Beach Boys managed to do just that at the SSE Arena in the Belfast Odyssey Complex this weekend.

On tour, celebrating the 50th anniversary release of their album ‘Wild Honey,’ the iconic California band warmed up the audience with a host of all-time favorites from ‘Wouldn’t It Be Nice?’ to ‘Sloop John B’ and ‘Surfin’ USA’ before ending the concert with a flurry of fast-moving hits including ‘Good Vibrations,’ ‘Fun, Fun, Fun’ and ‘Help Me, Rhonda’ that brought an enthusiastic audience to their feet to scurry down the center aisle for a bit of boogying stage-front.

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