The Bangor singer will also be joined by special uests Amy MacDonald, Ryan McMullan & David C Clements.
Taking place by the side of the Lagan River, Custom House Square was the former venue for the Belfast Festival Belsonic. Foy Vance, who released his second album The Wild Swan in 2016, will play at the venue on August 19.
Tickets, price £24.50 + Booking Fee, go on-sale Friday March 24 at 9am from Ticketmaster Outlets nationwide.
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