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March 2018

Belfast Record Fair

3 March, 2018, 10:30-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The next Belfast Record Fair will take place at the Oh Yeah Centre on Saturday 3rd of March. Tons of fresh vinyl as always.

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Catherine McGrath

7 March, 2018, 18:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£11

Shine Presents: Catherine McGrath Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Thursday March 7th, 2018 Doors 6pm Tickets £11+Booking Fee Proving not all country artists come from America, Catherine McGrath is an Irish singer and songwriter whose music blends fresh-faced pop music with influences straight from Nashville. Born in County Down in Northern Ireland in 1998, McGrath learned guitar from her grandmother, who taught her to play and sing "The Lion Sleeps Tonight." McGrath's parents also sang and played, and were frequent performers at the annual Fiddlers…

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Volume Control

9 March, 2018, 19:30-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£5

Volume Control is an events and industry youth mentoring project that aims to inspire young people aged 14-19 to develop their own enterprise in the music and events industry. This is the first gig organised by the most recent cohort of Volume Control participants. It will showcase young upcoming musicians in a gig organised for young people by young people. Age Recommendation: 13+ Price: £5 Volume Control is part of the 20th Belfast Children’s Festival. Visit the Young at Art…

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Family Friendly – Acoustic Picnic

10 March, 2018, 13:00-18:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
FREE

We've teamed up with The Belfast Children's Festival and Belfast Festival of Learning for a special March Acoustic Picnic to help celebrate International Women's Day. A family friendly afternoon of live music, crafts, games and activities for children. Relax with coffee, listen to live music, and children can take part in games and activities. Families welcome to bring own picnic lunch. Supported by Belfast City Council, Belfast Strategic Partnership and Public Health Agency.

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Digital at the Oh Yeah Centre

17 March, 2018, 21:00-01:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£8.50

This St Patricks Day, Step DnB and Anamorphic Recordings are proud to present the legendary Digital (Function Records/Metalheadz). Digital is one of the UK’s most well-respected and inspirational drum and bass producers with a career spanning 23yrs. The moniker ‘Digital’ was given to him by the Ashanti Sound System who immediately recognised the then 14yr olds technical ability at operating a sound system, while also relating the moniker ‘Digital’ to the future, his youth and the emergence of the digital…

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Getting to Know with Wood Burning Savages

22 March, 2018, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
FREE

An evening of live interview, performance and discussion. ‘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. The Wood Burning Savages are a fast-paced punk rock band from Derry City, Northern Ireland. Proudly wearing the rebel spirit of their hometown on their sleeves, with pulsating riffs and a sharp political edge, they are…

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New ASK Dates added for 2018

27 March, 2018, 14:00-15 May, 2018, 15:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
FREE

ASK (Artist Support Keystone) Surgery new dates for 2018. Offering support for musicians at various stages of their career including tailored advice on; - project promotion, funding, development - marketing - showcasing and live opportunity - career enhancement - fees and contracts Our dates for 2018 are as follows and will run at 2pm every week. -27th March -10th April -24th April -1st May -8th May -15th May  e-mail charlene@ohyeahbelfast.com or paul@ohyeahbelfast.com

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Madison Beer

30 March, 2018, 18:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

Shine Presents: Madison Beer & Guests Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast 30th March 2018 Doors 6pm Tickets £12 + Booking Fee 14+ Show

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April 2018

GRSNI Easter ROCK CAMP

4 April, 2018, 10:30-6 April, 2018, 15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

Girls Rock School NI Rock Camp is a three day camp running from Wednesday 4th April - Friday 6th April 2018 at the Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast. It provides girls aged 11-14 with the opportunity to learn the basics of an instrument, play in a band and write and perform a song. No musical experience is needed AT ALL! The camp provides an opportunity for young women and girls to develop their musical and performing abilities in an…

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Getting To Know – Micky Modelle

5 April, 2018, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

An evening of live interview, performance and discussion. ‘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 special guest will be Micky Modelle, a Northern Irish DJ and record producer. Micky Modelle is considered to be the top Irish DJ/Producer, having won the coveted "Best Irish DJ"…

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Miscast’s 1st Birthday

7 April, 2018, 19:30-22:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£8

It's Miscast's 1st Birthday. Come along and celebrate with us at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. For anybody new, we are an open mic musical theatre night with a live pianist. If you want to sing though, there's one catch, you can't sing as any character you could ever be cast as. We want to hear men singing Disney Princess songs, grown women singing Matilda etc. Join Niall O'Flaherty, Mark O' Donnell and Donal Morgan for another night of messed…

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Music Potential Showcase

17 April, 2018, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
FREE

Those with Music Potential come together for a special evening at Oh Yeah this April | Rebekah Fitch | Jonny McArdle | P.O.C | Chris Walton | Conor Maley | | John Martin Tierney | JackO | Shauna McArdle  The participants of Music Potential Belfast, a project facilitated by The Oh Yeah Music Centre on behalf of London based Capital XTRA Radio is set to showcase the results of their work on Tuesday 17th April. Music Potential is one of the…

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BBC Biggest Weekend Fringe Employability Event

21 April, 2018, 10:00-18:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
FREE

REGISTRATION NECESSARY - Register here  Are you aged 16 - 24 years old? On Saturday 21 April the BBC is hosting an employability event for young people as part of the Biggest Weekend Fringe providing them with digital, creative and employability skills, and an opportunity to apply for several work experience placements at the festival site. The BBC is partnering with several youth organisations committed to working with young people in delivering these valuable skills. The morning session will run from 10am until 1.30pm and the afternoon session will run from 2pm until 5.45pm at…

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CANCELLED: William McCarthy (Augustines)

27 April, 2018, 19:30-22:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

William McCarthy Friday, 27 April 2018 Oh Yeah Music Centre  -  Belfast Doors 7.30pm Tickets £17 including booking fee are available from Ticketmaster  

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Music Bus Tour: 40th Anniversary of the Northern Ireland Punk Story

28 April, 2018, 14:00-16:00
Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street
Belfast, BT2 7FF United Kingdom
£8

The story of Belfast punk is well documented and has inspired countless bands and music lovers around the world. Come celebrate the 40th anniversary of the big moments in the Northern Ireland Punk Story with the Oh Yeah Centre “Music Bus Tour” NEXT SATURDAY (April 28th) Recall the release of Suspect Device by Stiff Little Fingers, the first punk gig at the Harp Bar on Hill Street (Victim and The Androids) and the first single release on the Good Vibrations…

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A celebration of: The music of Mark E. Smith and The Fall

28 April, 2018, 21:00-00:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

A celebration gathering in tribute to the great Mark E. Smith and the Fall. Music (The Fall and other influenced styles - Northern Soul, Post Punk, Garage), visuals and bar facilities.

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May 2018

THE BLASTERS + SUPPORT BY THE SABREJETS

6 May, 2018, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£14

The Blasters exemplify the best traditions of American Music, performing with passion and honesty that for over three decades has won the hearts and souls of fans worldwide. Composed of founding members vocalist-guitarist Phil Alvin, drummer Bill Bateman and bassist John Bazz with Keith Wyatt on guitar, they carry on a hard-won legacy as one of the most recognizable and credible bands in American Music. Their influences range from the likes of George Jones and Carl Perkins to Ike Turner, Howlin’ Wolf, James Brown and Big Joe…

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Trouble Songs Book Launch

11 May, 2018, 21:00-01:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£5

Trouble Songs book launch. With live music from XSLF and a DJ set fromTerri Hooley. Stuart Bailie will read extracts from his book. Part of the The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival programme. Admission is £5 Tickets

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Marmozets – RESCHEDULED DATE

16 May, 2018, 18:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£15

Shine Presents: Marmozets & Guests Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Friday 13th April 2018 Doors 6pm Tickets £15 + Booking Fee 14+ Show UK rock band The MARMOZETS’ are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast on Friday 13th April 2018. The bands second full-length offering is an album that feels right to its creators, and will sound even better to fans old and new. Prepare to get to know the most exciting record of…

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Volume Control – BBC Biggest Weekend Fringe – Gig!

19 May, 2018, 14:00-17:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£7

Volume Control is getting involved in the BBC Biggest weekend action. One of the only all ages gigs of the fringe presented by the next generation of music promoters from Belfast. This gig is a nice afternoon warm up gig on Saturday 19th May. New Atlas Fox Colony Paper Boy Girls Rock School NI Graduates Doors 2pm. Gig ends 5pm Tickets £7 from Eventbrite.

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June 2018

Women’s Work

5 June, 2018, 16:00-10 June, 2018, 23:30

Keep your eyes peeled for the new Women's Work programme - runs 5th - 10th June. More details soon. WEBSITE address has changed it is www.womensworkni.co.uk

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HÒ-RÒ

23 June, 2018, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£12
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Shoot The Band Workshop

26 June, 2018, 13:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£10

Love music and photography? Come along and learn about photographing musicians both on stage and offstage in this intensive workshop designed to show you the basics of music photography. A local band will play a short set for you to photograph and pose for offstage portraits and music photographer Carrie Davenport (Getty Images, Kerrang Magazine) will give you lots of tips and techniques for getting great photos in low light, capturing atmosphere and posing a band offstage.

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Volume Control Presents: Ferals and Valium *ALL AGES*

29 June, 2018, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£5

VOLUME CONTROL PRESENTS: FERALS VALIUM  Our next ALL AGES Volume Control gig is Friday 29th June in The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast from 7pm-10pm. It is a must see for any young rock music fan! On our double-headliner bill, we have Ferals - a post-rock quartet based in Belfast. They have influences from Biffy Clyro and ASIWYFA. They have been said to be “on a melodic alt-rock kick tinged with post-rock guitar flourishes” by David Roy. This is an upcoming…

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Pilgrim

30 June, 2018, 21:00-1 July, 2018, 21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£6
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July 2018

LIVE INJECTION: SKA FESTIVAL 2018

6 July, 2018, 20:00-8 July, 2018, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

A two day celebration of all things Ska! Live bands plus Djs FRIDAY 6th July The Divils - Ska Punk three Piece from Dublin The Vibes - blissed out Rocksteady, Reggae and Ska from Belfast City The Skallions - High Energy 2Tone with Brass. Boss Sound Manifesto - Vintage skinhead Reggae sounds from the nicest lads in Belfast. D.J Tommy Rash - Easy snappin' Dublin D.J Cormac Ó Hanlon - Simmerdown, Skalitude, Red rasta. SATURDAY 7th July The Skatuesques - Ska sisters from Dublin The…

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Pilgrim #2 ** CANCELLED **

28 July, 2018, 21:00-29 July, 2018, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£6 - £10

Pilgrim #2
w/ DJs Chris Jackson, Paul McClean & Joe Lindsay

Funk-flinging Soul-spinning Dance-decking Disco-dipping Hip-Hop-hurling House-harassing Rock-Wrestling Electronic-Eulogising Punk-punching Boot-shaking Hip-swinging Indie-flouncing explorations into the collective dancing experience.

Saturday 28th July
Oh Yeah Music Centre
9pm 'til late
Tickets £6 (Advance) / £10 (Door)

**TICKETS ON-SALE NOW VIA WEGOTTICKETS.COM**

*FULLY LICENSED BAR*

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August 2018

Getting To Know – KunoKini

4 August, 2018, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The ‘Getting To Know…’ feature is returning to Oh Yeah on 2nd August with cultural revolutionaries KunoKini..... KunoKini will be in Northern Ireland for the month of August collaborating with DANI on the 'Our Future Roots' residency programme supported by the British Council. This free event is a chance to get to know KunoKini and find out more about what they'll be doing while they're here. Limited number of places available so please reserve a ticket. KunoKini was first established…

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35th Anniversary of the Belfast City Breakers (BCB’s) and Tribute to John Madden

4 August, 2018, 19:30-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£10

Eileen Walsh & Together in Pieces Interactive CIC present A Tribute to John Madden/ 35th Anniversary of the BCB's Featuring... Bad Taste Cru DJ Colin Elemental Kent DJ Micky F*ck (808 Session) DJ Sconey DJ Jelly MC for the event - First Class MC Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast Saturday 4 August 2018 7.30PM – 1AM Celebrating 35 years of the Belfast City Breakers and honouring the life of inspirational artist and Bboy legend John Madden of the Madden Twins Peace,…

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Dark Side of the moon

17 August, 2018, 19:30-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£10

Pink Floyd's seminal 1973 concept album The Dark Side of the Moon, performed live in it's entirety for your enjoyment. This show, previously performed in a sold out run in Bangor, is back for one night only, due to phenomenal reviews. It will see the music of Pink Floyd lovingly and painstakingly recreated by an ensemble of 8 talented young musicians in the Oh Yeah Music Centre at the heart of Belfast's vibrant Cathedral Quarter. Come along on the 17th August for…

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STIFF LITTLE FINGERS: AFTERSHOW PARTY

25 August, 2018, 22:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

GOOD VIBRATIONS PRESENTS: STIFF LITTLE FINGERS AFTERSHOW PARTY (FREE ENTRY) Featuring Punk Classics DJ sets from: DJ TERRI HOOLEY (Good vibrations) and STUART BAILIE 25.08.2018 - Oh Yeah Centre  

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September 2018

Getting to Know: Malojian

6 September, 2018, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The ‘Getting To Know…’ feature is returning to Oh Yeah on 6th September with Malojian.... Malojian, combines Americana with a strong strand of sixties psychedelia where influences come from both sides of the Atlantic, the Byrds, Neil Young, Crosby Stills and Nash, the Beatles, the Kinks, the Small Faces - but is no mere plagiarist as he updates and combines these into a sound that’s totally his own. Over the last few years Malojian has released 4 stunning solo albums,…

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Musicians Against Homelessness – Charity Fundraiser

8 September, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£6

Musicians Against Homelessness - Charity Fundraiser 2018 Musicians Against Homelessness put on 100s of gigs and events across the UK, with all the proceeds going directly to charities that support the homeless. As part of their 2018 programme, Musicians Against Homelessness NI are proud to present a night of the best psych, indie & rocknroll Belfast has to offer featuring Daydream-Nation, The Crossfire Hurricanes, Echo Raptors, The Strange Museum, BlumeHaus, Valium and a very special acoustic performance from The Vals,…

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Culture Night 2018

21 September, 2018, 16:30-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

Oh Yeah in collaboration with The Thin Air, The Ulster Youth Orchestra, AVA Festival and Hobbywhores curate a variety of musical performances in, around and on the roof of the Oh Yeah Building. We have family friendly entertainment from 4.30pm until early evening: 4.30pm: Ulster Youth Orchestra 6pm: Gemma Bradley / ALICE LA. / The Thin Air DJ’s 8pm: Rory Nellis 9pm: Beauty Sleep 10pm: ArvoParty 10.45pm: Hobbywhores Crappyoke 6-11pm: AVA Festival Roof Party

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Crown the Empire

25 September, 2018, 18:30-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£15

Shine Presents: Crown The Empire Volumes & Coldrain Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Tuesday 25th September 2018 Doors 630pm 14+ Show Tickets £15 + Booking Fee Texas metal core band, Crown The Empire are please to announce a headline Belfast show at the Oh Yeah Centre on Tuesday 25th September 2018. The four-piece consisting of Andrew “Andy Leo” Velasquez (vocals), Brandon Hoover (guitars, backing vocals), Hayden Tree (bass guitar), and Brent Taddie (drums), are well known for their unique sound that…

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Music PR 101 with Jeff Robinson

27 September, 2018, 19:30-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

Jeff Robinson PR is an award winning, full-service, marketing and publicity agency based in Belfast, Northern Ireland - Jeff Robinson PR specialises in creating memorable and evocative bespoke campaigns for the creative industries, artists, brands, passionate start-ups and cultural organisations. https://www.jeffrobinsonpr.com

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VOLUME CONTROL All ages gig: Bairie, Little Poca & DENA.

28 September, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£7

Our next Volume Control gig will take place on Friday the 28th of September in The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast from 7pm-10pm.   A must see for acoustic and R&B lovers of all ages! Playing at this gig will be Little Poca, a young and upcoming solo artist originally from County Tyrone, who creates music unlike anything else on the local scene at the moment. Combining impressively intricate lyricism and vivid imagery, Little Poca creates music with a concoction of influences…

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Belfast Record Fair – Sat 29th September 2018

29 September, 2018, 10:30-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The original and the best record fair returns with tons of fresh vinyl for your delectation. The Belfast Record Fair is held 4 times per year at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. There is always lots of fresh vinyl at every fair at prices to suit all.

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October 2018

THE ACADEMIC

3 October, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£18

Aiken Promotions presents: THE ACADEMIC Wednesday 3 October Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Age limit: 14+ Tickets: £18 plus booking fee Tickets will be on general sale Friday morning at 9am from: www.theacademic.net

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Getting To Know – Kitt Philippa

4 October, 2018, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The ‘Getting To Know…’ feature is returning to Oh Yeah on 4th October with Kitt Philippa.... The 2018 emergence of Kitt Philippa with new single ‘Human’ has been championed by Mary Anne Hobbs (BBC 6 Music), Tom Robinson, Phil Taggart (BBC Radio 1), RTE 2FM, The Line of Best Fit and Nialler 9. But who is Kitt Philippa? Join us in this special 'Getting to Know' session as we explore the work and inspirations of Kitt Philippa - a graduate…

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Saara Aalto headlines the Oh Yeah Centre

10 October, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£14

Finnish showgirl and songwriter. Pop star & pianist. Saara Aalto is pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at the Oh Yeah Centre on Tuesday 09th October 2018. Saara exploded onto the UK pop scene when she entered Simon Cowell’s X Factor. The man himself ecstatically proclaimed ‘That’s how you do it!’ following her first audition – a breathtaking performance of Sia’s ‘Chandelier’. From there the star went from strength to strength. She regularly topped the weekly public vote and went…

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Tiny Moving Parts

13 October, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£15

#GIGNEWS! Tiny Moving Parts announce a date for OH YEAH CENTRE, Belfast on October 13th. Tickets on sale this Wednesday 25th April at 9am through http://www.ticketmaster.ie & usual outlets nationwide.

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Cathedral Quarter Beer & Gin Festival 2018

19 October, 2018, 18:00-20 October, 2018, 23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£8.50

Friday 19 October 6pm-11pm Saturday 20 October 12pm-5pm & 6pm-11pm   Join us at the first Cathedral Quarter Beer & Gin Festival, showcasing the best of Northern Ireland craft producers.   Festival visitors will be able to enjoy a range of locally-brewed beers, a gin cocktail bar using local craft gins, music and award-winning artisan street food in this iconic music venue right in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter. Each visitor will be greeted on entry with a branded…

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November 2018

A Noirish Night with the Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers – in assoc. with NOIRELAND

2 November, 2018, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£10

A Noirish Night with the Fun Lovin’ Crime Writers – in assoc. with NOIRELAND NOIRELAND returns with the best night of music and crimewriting you’ll ever have! Turns out the Devil doesn’t have all the best tunes, sometimes the crime writers do. Who would have thought it, a bunch of paperback writers can also perform a tasty tune or two! Not content with being bestselling novelists, this motley crew of Val McDermid, Mark Billingham, Chris Brookmyre, Stuart Neville, Doug Johnstone…

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Shine Presents: SAMANTHA HARVEY & Guests

17 November, 2018, 18:30-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£12.50

Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Saturday November 17th 2018 6.30pm Doors / 14+ Show Tickets £12.50 + Booking Fee

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SOAK. with support from Kitt Philippa

26 November, 2018, 19:30-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£17

SOAK is back today with beautiful new single 'Everybody Loves You', which is available now on Rough Trade Records and first aired as Annie Mac’s Hottest Record in the World on Radio 1. The Derry singer-songwriter (aka Bridie Monds-Watson) has also confirmed a handful of intimate live shows for next month, including a Belfast show at Oh Yeah Music Centre on 26 November 'Everybody Loves You' is the first sight of new SOAK material since 2015's critically-acclaimed debut album, 'Before…

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Sneakbo at Oh Yeah Centre

29 November, 2018, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£14.50

Shine Presents: SNEAKBO & Guests Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Thursday 29th November 2018 Tickets £12.50 + Booking Fee Doors 7pm 14+ Show Rising from Brixton (South London) Sneakbo is pleased to announce a headline Belfast Show at Oh Yeah Centre on Thursday 29th November 2018. Sneakbo attracted the attention of Drake early in his career, who was “inspired by his Movement”, this later led to him being featured in The Guardian’s New Band of The Day in 2013, he had…

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December 2018

Belfast Record Fair

1 December, 2018, 10:30-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

As always, tons of vinyl old and new for you to dig through. Something for everyone.

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NYE 2018: Terri Hooley’s Good Time Hootenanny

31 December, 2018, 20:00-1 January, 2019, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£10

Terri Hooley's Good Time Hootenanny Live music from: Apartment A&B | The Soul Foundation DJ sets from: Terri Hooley | Stuart Bailie | Stevie Boy Nicholl Fully licensed bar | Over 18s only

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January 2019

The Allergies feat. Andy Cooper

12 January, 21:00-13 January, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£15

SUPERFLY FUNK AND SOUL BELFAST & OUT TO LUNCH PROUDLY PRESENT THE ALLERGIES. Since forming in 2012 The Allergies have made a massive name for themselves with their take on sample-led beats and breaks. Over the course of two funk-fuelled albums on Jalapeno Records the dynamic duo of DJ Moneyshot & Rackabeat have stacked up accolades and topped charts along the way. Their last album, Push On, was a melting pot of vintage licks and modern production. It featured heavily on many end of year roundups when…

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Doolittle Revisited

17 January, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£7

The Revisited Series, which proved popular in the early days of Oh Yeah, returns for another special event as part of Out to Lunch 2019. This year it’s the turn of Doolittle, the seminal rock record by Pixies. Released in 1989 on 4AD, Doolittle changed the face of alternative rock with songs like Monkey Gone To Heaven, Here Comes Your Man and Debaser – influencing everyone from Nirvana to Bowie, PJ Harvey to Pavement. To celebrate the legacy of an insistent, dynamic and ground-breaking alternative rock record the Oh Yeah…

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February 2019

Independent Venue Week 2019

1 February, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£5

Lineup: Cherym | Susie Blue | Ferals 01.02.2019 Oh Yeah Centre £5 18+

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20:20 #009 – In Alphabetical Order

13 February, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£7

In alphabetical order: CONOR MASON EMMA NÍ FHÍORUISCE JOEL HARKIN 13.02.19 // Oh Yeah Music Centre // Doors 2000 // First act 2015 // £7 minimum donation to WaterAid on the door

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Output Belfast

21 February, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Our Output 2019 showcase lineup has been announced. Along with Nialler9 we'll be hosting Dena Anuk$a, Tanjier, Hot Cops and Wynona Bleach. Also upstairs Start Together Studio Belfast, The Live Room Belfast, and PRS for Music will showcase David C. Clements, Kitt Philippa, Reevah and Queen Bonobo.  

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Musicians Against Homelessness

22 February, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

• Musicians Against Homelessness II • In light of recent unfortunate events in Belfast we’ve organised another gig in aid of the Simon community in conjunction with Musicians Against Homelessness. It shouldn’t have taken for things like this to happen so we want to prevent it in future. All proceeds go to the Simon Community Northern Ireland to counter homelessness It’ll be in the Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast! Tickets are priced at £5 and we’ll be joined by our…

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March 2019

SPINN at Oh Yeah Music Centre

1 March, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£12.50

Shine Presents: SPINN & Guests Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast March 1st 2019 Tickets £12.50 + Booking Fee (On sale 30th Nov) 14+ Show 7pm Doors

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Belfast Record Fair

2 March, 10:30-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,

The Belfast Record Fair is held 4 times per year at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. There is always lots of fresh vinyl at every fair at prices to suit all.

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As It Is

4 March, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£14

Coda agency in association with Shine presents: AS IT IS & Guests Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Monday March 4th 2019 Doors 7pm 14+ Show Tickets £14 + Booking Fee UK rock band As It Is are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Centre on Monday March 04th 2019. The band released their third studio album, The Great Depression in August of this year, produced by legendary producer MACHINE (Lamb Of God, Every Time I Die), is…

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Getting To Know… Arborist

7 March, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

We are excited to host Arborist in our next 'Getting To Know' instalment in March. ‘Getting To Know…’ is designed to appreciate songwriters and to give their audience a fresh understanding of the work. By providing a constructive critique, the audience is also encouraged to participate in the artist’s creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took part on her 17th birthday, long before she won the NI Music…

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Volume Control x International Womens Day

8 March, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Age Suitability: 13+ The next gig will take place on Friday 8th of March 2019 in The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast (doors at 7pm) - we are celebrating International Women’s Day 2019 with an exciting lineup reflecting the diverse and powerful females lighting up our live music scene. First up is Gemma Bradley; Gemma takes inspiration from her mother’s record collection, including the iconic vocal prowess of Amy Winehouse, the distinguished rhythms of Bob Marley and the avant-garde creativity of…

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Peace – An Unachievable Goal?

26 March, 14:30-16:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

In an increasingly divided world, is the sustainable development goal of peace, justice and strong institutions just an impossible dream? The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to make our world a fairer, healthier and more peaceful place for everyone by 2030. The 16th goal of Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions aims to significantly reduce all forms of violence, and work with governments and communities to find lasting solutions…

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Over The Hill – Nerd Night Extravaganza

28 March, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

Over the Hill Music Collective is introducing 'Nerd Night' an evening of esoteric talk an interesting factotums at Oh Yeah Music Centre, 28th March from 7pm. We will feature David Robb QUB (waxing lyrical on German Protest Songs) Michael Linden (building guitar pickups, and how they work) and finally from SARC Kurt Werner (talking about the TR 808 which caused a revolution in Dance and EDM). Free entry but bookings available on Eventbrite Bar available, this event welcomes everyone with…

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April 2019

Getting To Know… The Emerald Armada

4 April, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

We are excited to host 'The Emerald Armada' in our next 'Getting To Know' instalment in March. ‘Getting To Know…’ is designed to appreciate songwriters and to give their audience a fresh understanding of the work. By providing a constructive critique, the audience is also encouraged to participate in the artist’s creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took part on her 17th birthday, long before she won the…

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The Dynasty Ball

6 April, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Haus of Falls Presents: The Dynasty Ball A new adhoc club night brought to you by Queers who support Queers. I use the term club loosely as the name suggests, it’s more of a Ball. Think of it more as an art project. This night is about having fun with art, make-up, fashion, vogue and your body. Throughout the evening categories will be called and everyone will be asked to clear the floor to allow a runway. Participants will be…

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20:20 #010 – King Cedar // Kippysmuse // La Fours

10 April, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is a regular charity songwriter night taking place in the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Each night features twenty minute sets from three of the best songwriters from Northern Ireland and beyond in an intimate, listening environment. This month we have: King Cedar Kippysmuse La Fours   All proceeds to WaterAid.

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May 2019

HAVVK // Molto Vivo // Strange New Places // Gender Chores

2 May, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£6

We are very proud to host this gig for HAVVK for the first date of their 'Drawn Together' Tour – a series of dates working with inclusive venues, promotors and collectives who support female and non-binary artists. Support from Gender Chores,  MoltoVivoOfficial and Strange New Places.x Online pre-sale £5 on Eventbrite and on the Facebook event.

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Elixir #10 – Lowkey at Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival 2019

3 May, 19:30-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£12

Tickets The Elixir team are delighted to be teaming up with the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival this year to bring the UK's most prominent MC Lowkey to the Oh Yeah Centre! One of the UK’s most potent and electrifying rappers, Lowkey is a towering figure of the scene who renews the old tradition of conscious hip-hop activism for the war on terror generation. Fusing politically charged lyrics and deft dissection of topics such as race, war, global poverty and politics…

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Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast Present: Men Of North Country

4 May, 21:00-5 May, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast present Acid Jazz powerhouses Men of North Country.

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Alejandro Escovedo

5 May, 20:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Crossing borders, jumping barriers, taking risks, betting it all: that’s the path Alejandro Escovedo has been taking in his lifelong search for the heart of rock and roll. Alejandro’s new album, The Crossing is about that journey: searching, but not necessarily finding, eyes and ears open all the way. It is his first for Yep Roc Records and his first ever recorded in Europe. “This says more about me than any of my records without it being a record about…

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‘Slacker Guide to The Music Industry’ – Book Launch Event

7 May, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Phil Taggart’s Slacker Guide to The Music Industry - Book Launch Submission Sack - Submit music and demos Q+A About the Book Slacker Live with Arvo Party 18+

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Mick Flannery – CQAF

8 May, 19:45-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Mick Flannery is widely regarded as one of the finest singer-songwriters to come out of Ireland in recent years. An award winning- double platinum selling artist, Mick has released five albums to date – including two number ones and received widespread airplay. He became the first Irish musician to ever win awards at the International Songwriting Competition in Nashville, aged 19.  His critically acclaimed live performances have seen him sell out shows in Ireland’s Olympia Theatre and Cork Opera House. Mick first…

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Jeff Buckley Revisited – ‘Grace’

11 May, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

Oh Yeah's Revisited series returns to CQAF by celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Jeff Buckey's masterpiece album Grace. Released in 1994 Grace gained cult status at first before going on to sell over 2 million albums and is consistently acclaimed as one of the greatest albums of all time. It was unfortunately the only studio album Buckley would record due to his death only a few days later. Featuring his soaring and heart breaking version of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ as…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #1

22 May
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Buí Single Launch – SB 003

29 May, 20:00-00:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£7

  Sizeable Bear Presents: Buí (Single Launch) Shrug Life Larry We have a very special show lined up for this one. Belfast's Buí release their Double-A side singles and support comes from two of the island's finest alternative bands, Dublin's Shrug Life and Dundalk's Larry. Local Indie Rockers Buí launch their Double-A side singles "Something Else to Talk About // People Don't Think" on Julie McLarnon's Analogue Catalogue Records on 29th of May. Having regularly toured Ireland since the release…

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June 2019

Women’s Work Festival – Oh Yeah and Beyond

5 June-9 June
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Women's Work festival is back with a variety of events from workshops to discussions and gigs! The entire programme here: https://www.womensworkni.co.uk/ Get your tickets or register on the website! Events from £0 to £20   Wed. 5 June ~ Screening: Bad Reputation Wed. 5 June ~ Jealous of the Birds @ The Empire Thur. 6 June ~ Getting to Know... Hannah Peel Thur. 6 June ~ ELIXIR Belfast Presents Women of Irish Hip-hop Thur. 6 June ~ Rooftop Session with…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #2

12 June
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Summer in the Sister City – Nashville in Belfast

12 June, 18:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Tickle your taste buds with some great Tennessean food at St Anne's Square and enjoy live music performances right around the corner in the Oh Yeah Music Centre Cathedral Quarter, from 8pm. Experience Belfast and NI produce, married with some of Nashville's favourite dishes - a true Sister City collaboration. Taste the real deal. Food available to buy. £5 admission to Oh Yeah Music Centre and claim your free Nashville dessert.

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Sister City Summer Songwriter’s Symposium – Nashville in Belfast

13 June-14 June
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£75

Learn from and progress your song writing skills with Grammy nominated folk musician and songwriter John McCutcheon and NI music legend Tommy Sands on this two day intensive song writing workshop. Cost includes workshop tuition, songwriting collaboration and admission to Sisters in Song performance on Friday 14 June. For more information or to book tickets visit www.nashvilleinbelfast.com 10am - 4pm each day

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Sisters in Song – Nashville in Belfast

14 June, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

An inside look into the world of songwriting…up close and personal. Join us for a series of intimate musical performances featuring the work created by the workshop musicians and hosted by international artists John McCutcheon and Tommy Sands. For more information or to book tickets visit www.nashvilleinbelfast.com Please note: Free admission for symposium musicians.

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20:20 #011 // Arc Royale // B4SEVEN // The Mad Dalton

19 June, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is a regular charity songwriter night taking place in the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Each night features twenty minute sets from three of the best songwriters from Northern Ireland and beyond in an intimate, listening environment. This month we have: Arc Royale B4SEVEN The Mad Dalton All proceeds to WaterAid.

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[Mixtape] The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town

25 June, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Thom Zimny's film, The Promise - The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town, explores the three years it took to make Bruce Springsteen's fourth studio album, 1978's Darkness on the Edge of Town. Struggling with newfound stardom brought on by 1975's Born To Run and locked in a legal struggle for control of his own career with his manager Mike Appel, Springsteen was determined to make an album that would do justice to the dreams and struggles of…

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July 2019

Live Injection Ska Festival 2019

5 July, 20:00-7 July, 06:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12,50

A three day celebration of all things SKA in the heart of Belfast city! Featuring... Itziarren Semeak- High octane Ska punk from the Basque Country Tonic All-Stars- Belfast based Boys bringing the Skinhead Reggae and upbeat Ska The Skalps Big brass Ska music The Vibes Soulful Reggae music The Skallions Big brass high energy 2Tone and Ska Boss Sound Manifesto Vintage skinhead Reggae sounds from The boss men. The Skatuesques All girl sweet ska sensation from Dublin Bréag Reggae, folk,…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #3

10 July
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Pride Céili

31 July, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5 - £8

Belfast Tradfest and Belfast Pride present: Pride Céili Featuring Ciaran Kelly, Edel Fox and Teresa Clarke... with dances called by Ronan Eastwood. Party like it's 1845!!   £5 online / £8 on the door

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August 2019

Getting To Know… Kathryn Joseph

1 August, 19:00-20:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

The Oh Yeah Music Centre is proud to welcome acclaimed Scottish singer / songwriter Kathryn Joseph to Belfast as part of our regular series ‘Getting To Know...’ – a deep dive into the writing and recording processes of a given act and an open forum for audience exchange. Expect discourse, performance and surprise. Kathryn made her Belfast debut at Out to Lunch Festival in January 2019 and we are delighted to welcome her back for a deep dive into her…

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Belfast Tradfest

1 August, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12

Traditional music fans are in for a treat as Belfast’s TradFest returns from 27th July – 2nd August 2019 to bring the city to life for 7-days of concerts, sessions, ceili’s, talks, workshops, and free events. Songs of the People at the Oh Yeah Centre brings together some of Ireland's finest singers and musicians for what will surely be a spellbinding evening of song. This evening’s concert will be hosted by BBC Radio Ulster’s Lynette Fay. Full festival programme Belfast…

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[Mixtape] Madonna: Truth or Dare

7 August, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

"People think that being a star is about being fabulous, being in the spotlight, having your picture taken all the time and having everyone worship and adore you, being rich, rich, rich and having it all- and you know what? They're absolutely right." Madonna blends fantasy and reality in the documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, which follows her iconic 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour. Far from exposing the myth of Madonna, the fly-on-the-wall film only elevated her to even greater…

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20:20 August Session

14 August, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is back for its August session with the following singers-songwriters: - Maria Nickolay - Oisin O Scolai - Steve Amos   £5 minimum donation at the door All proceeds go to WaterAid

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