JEEZ - we're only getting to grip with the clatter of gigs for the rest of 2017 and already the 2018 announcements are starting to come in with Limelight Belfast announcing a March 3rd date for Skid Row and Toseland.
The Saturday show will see the Belfast début of Skid Row's new singer, a name familiar to the city, former Dragonforce front man ZP Theart.
After two plus years shuffling of singers having ZP at the mic stand may be the perfect foil for the band's core of guitarists Dave 'The Snake' Sabo, and Scotti Hill plus the irrepressible man on bass, Rachel Bolan, to keep the Row's intensity going.
It's hard to think for us older rockers that Skid Row have been going, with a brief hiatus, since the late '80s when they smashed the charts and became MTV darlings with classics like '18 and Life' and that ballad 'I Remember You'.
Tickets are priced £18 (+booking fee).
They may no longer be youths, but we suspect they will still go wild in Belfast