Snow Yeah! Christmas Party


Our last gig of 2017 and a celebration of the festive season with some of our favourite artists playing intimate acoustic sets in the Oh Yeah Cafe area. Think cosy Christmas jumpers, mince pies, mulled wine, fairy lights and comfy seats, with original music, Christmas songs and some favourites for you to sing along with.
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Sound of Belfast

Sound of Belfast 2017 – what a week that was – relive it and see it here.

A mighty round up video of the ten days of live music gigs, showcases, industry panels, talks, discussion and workshops, as well as family, youth and community events.

That was the Sound of Belfast.

 

Oh Yeah is recruiting!


Projects and Promotions Assistant

This is a 12 month part time paid position aimed at recent graduates.

The Projects and Promotions Assistant is an exciting new role at Oh Yeah designed to support the growth of Belfast’s dedicated music hub. As the centre grows so too do the commitments of our operational and projects team. This role will would suit an eager, energetic and ambitious graduate keen to develop a career in arts, venue and project management. The role will be a combination of administration, marketing, audience development, volunteer and event management.READ MORE

Capital Xtra Music Potential


The Oh Yeah Centre is delighted to be working with Capital XTRA on the Capital XTRA’s Music Potential programme for 2018.

Music Potential will offer you the chance to take part in creative workshops, work experience opportunities, one to one industry mentoring, employability training, plus, the prospect of displaying your talent at the Music Potential UNLEASHED showcase at the renowned music venue, KOKO.

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Getting to Know with Tom Robinson


Getting To Know…’ is a regular series at the Oh Yeah music centre that explores the writing and recording processes of a given act and encourages the audience to provide feedback. Expect discourse, performance and surprise.

For our next event our guest will be Tom Robinson who will take part in a pre Empire gig special.READ MORE

Joshua Burnside wins NI Music Prize


Joshua Burnside, is the winner of the Northern Ireland Music Prize 2017.

He was presented with the award at a special event on Saturday, November 11th at the Mandela Hall, Belfast. The singer songwriter’s debut album, ‘Ephrata’ was selected as the best release by a selection of music industry and media figures.READ MORE

Introducing Scratch 2017


Scratch My Progress is the Oh Yeah Music Centre’s annual talent development scheme. Since 2010, 22 acts have been through Scratch My Progress, with Oh Yeah mentors dedicated to developing, supporting, signposting, nurturing and promoting local talent. Many have taken the learning process onto other projects and into other areas, while many are taking their work to new levels and preparing for long-term careers in music.READ MORE

New dates for ASK Surgery


Our ASK (Artist Support Keystone) Surgery is now fully subscribed for 2017 but no need to worry as we have brand new dates starting in 2018 to offer!

ASK – A new support service from Oh Yeah for musicians.

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