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October 2019

Elixir #11 – Micall Parknsun

18 October, 21:00-19 October, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Support from Skeet & Devz, Shambles Bhoy & Devious, Appollo DFG Hosted by Kronus w/ DJs Koncept & 2Hatz including an Open Mic Session Micall Parknsun Micall Parknsun is a complex man. This loving husband and proud father of three is a self-confessed Hip Hop junkie, recalling the Golden Era of US East Coast Hip Hop as the catalyst for his musical endeavors. Micall (pronounced Michael) aka Parky rose to infamy with the release of his critically acclaimed debut album…

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Kawala & Roe

20 October, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12.50

Shine by arrangement with Primary Talent Presents: KAWALA & Roe Following their George Ezra Belsonic show support, UK based pop / indie band Kawala are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Centre on Sunday 20th October 2019. Tickets on sale Saturday June 26th @ 10am from www.shine.net & www.ticketmaster.ie Starting their musical journey while studying in Leeds, North London duo Jim (vocals) and Dan (acoustic guitar, vocals) quickly developed a distinctive sound. Deriving from their joint…

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Punkowe’en III: Murder On The Moshpit

31 October, 21:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

The body of a local music legend has been found, glasses awry, with nothing but a broken 35mm camera next to a blood-spattered copy of NME. No one knows the culprit, but everyone knows where to find the answers: October 31st, the Oh Yeah Music Centre. Piece together the clues while Belfast's finest punks perform on the year's spookiest night. Can you solve the mystery? A special prize awaits you if you can. A supplementary prize awaits if you appear…

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November 2019

SelfMade Going Live Workshop: Booking Touring & Getting on Stage

1 November, 14:00-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

It’s not just about great performance - for new artists, navigating the live music scene can seem like an unsolvable puzzle. This SelfMade workshop looks at the early stages of building a live profile. What do promoters expect when they hear from a new artist? What’s the role of an agent? How do you apply for festivals or book your first tour? This up-close workshop will offer practical, DIY tips on booking, touring and live promotion. Spaces are limited so…

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Over The Hill Presents: The Vinyl Countdown

1 November, 19:30-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Do you remember your first record? What memories does it conjure up? Do you still have it? Bring it down to this special Over The Hill meeting celebrating all things vinyl. We’ll chat about the record that has influenced you most and stayed with you through thick and thin. Be it a 78 or a 12 inch remix, we look forward to hearing all about the tracks of your years. Gramophone and turntable will be supplied. Registration essential

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Revolution Rock: Celebrating The Clash and London Calling

1 November, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£7

A Sound of Belfast special to celebrate the legacy of The Clash and the 40th anniversary of London Calling. Featuring tributes and original music from a line-up of revolutionary rabble rousers from the Belfast music community. Presented by Stuart Bailie and featuring TOUTS, SAFE, Brian Young, Paul Connolly (The Wood Burning Savages) and Molto Vivo.

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Native Music Mart

2 November, 12:00-17:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5 - £10

Native strives to give those involved in the creative industries a platform to promote and sell their wares. Those involved in making music, photography, videography or any other music platform are all welcome to take part. Accompanied by food, drink and live performances throughout the day, together we can celebrate the abundance of local talent Northern Ireland has to offer. Please email francesca@quietarch.com to reserve a table.

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Document: A Film About Malojian

3 November, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Mixtape is a season of music films at Oh Yeah Music Centre curated by Feature and supported by Film Hub NI. In a Sound of Belfast special, we are delighted to host. Colm Laverty's documentary following Malojian as they make the pilgrimage to Steve Albini's Electrical Audio in Chicago. The film draws back the curtain on the analogue recording process with a warmth and reverence as Malojian have four days to record with soundsmith Albini, famous for his work with…

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Third Bar Presents: Oliver Cole, David C Clements and more

4 November, 19:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Belfast label Third Bar presents this unique event which opens with David C Clements, Oliver Cole (Turn) and Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose, Tour Alaska) performing each other’s songs together. Following on we will have the debut Irish performance by Glasgow based DIY pop band Happy Spendy featuring Eimear and Kieran Coyle (Wonder Villains). Finally, we’ve a sparkling performance from our favourite band of right on radicals with low self-esteem Strange New Places! Tickets

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Getting To Know… Sheridan Tongue

5 November, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

We are delighted to host the BAFTA-nominated, Belfast-born composer Sheridan Tongue in our next Getting To Know… instalment in November as part of Sound of Belfast. Getting To Know… is a special event designed to break down any barriers between music makers and their audiences – to provide an interactive exchange, an insight and a fresh understanding of their work and creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took…

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Breaking Into Music: Slacker Guide To The Music Industry

6 November, 10:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Breaking Into Music is an interactive youth conference that aims to give young people with aspirations of working in the music industry and opportunity to hear from leading industry figures through a series of panels. This year we welcome Phil Taggart (BBC Radio 1) and his Slackers Guide to the Music Industry – the most up to date and essential guide on how to navigate the music industry. His book has been compiled using the knowledge of successful contemporary artists,…

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December 2019

[MIXTAPE] Amazing Grace – Aretha Franklin

4 December, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

In 1971, Aretha Franklin, the undisputed Queen of Soul, brought producer Jerry Wexler, her backup singers, and the legendary Atlantic Records rhythm section to The New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles to record an album of gospel music before an enthusiastic live audience. The result, “Amazing Grace”, went on to become one of the biggest albums of Aretha Franklin’s career and one of her most beloved works. But even as the album gained fans around the world, few…

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Superfly Funk & Soul Club · The Link Quartet

7 December, 20:45-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12.50

In their quest to bring artists to Belfast for the 1st time, the Superfly Funk & Soul Club proudly present the incredible The LINK QUARTET from Milan to play at the Christmas Funk and Soul Special! This is an amazing coup and even better that The Organauts are supporting from a local perspective. DJ support will come from Superfly and the Saturday 45 guy himself, Paul Miller, flying in from sunny Bedfordshire to blow you away with his incredible record collection!…

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February 2020

New Rules · Extra Matinee Show Announced

16 February, 2020
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Tickets TBA

UPDATE: Due to demand, an extra matinee show has been added! Tickets for this show are now on sale from usual Ticketmaster outlets. Following their sold out 2019 headline tour, New Rules have announced a major tour for 2020 including a show at the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast on 16 February. Tickets go on sale Friday 20th September from all usual outlets. New Rules, formed in early 2019, are made up of three songwriters and musicians – Nathan (21,…

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PALAYE ROYALE

17 February, 2020, 19:30-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£20

Rightfully christened as both “The Hottest Band of 2018” and simply “the” group of the year, by the English music press, Canadian fashion-rock trio PALAYE ROYALE is a shot of adrenaline into the modern musical landscape. Summoning a thrilling spirit, with throwback sonic crunch, visual flair, and reckless live performances, PALAYE ROYALE has quickly earned a legion of obsessive cult-like loyalists, lovingly dubbed Soldiers of the Royal Council. PALAYE ROYALE draw as much inspiration from cinema and philosophy as they…

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