Oh Yeah, it’s Christmas!

We’ve just put the decorations on and we’re all singing “Jingle Bells”. It is indeed the best time to tell you that we’re having a Christmas party at the Oh Yeah, and you’re all invited!!

Our treat? Local bands and DJs with some pizza to share! All of it with that jolly spirit of course 🙂

(line-up to be announced soon)


Come down on December, 20th at 7pm with your nicest Christmas jumper, and let’s party!
£5 entry on the door

Ages 14+ welcome


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Terri Hooley’s Last Ever… Hooley’s Hootenanny

He’ll be playing records at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast, rocking into the New Year with his legendary wit, humanity and fine company. Terri started DJing at the age of 13 in church halls in east Belfast. His Hootenanny will take place a week after his 71st birthday. That’s 58 years of singular joy. “I’d rather go out with a bit of a bang than just fade,” he says. “when there’s a big crowd and everybody’s having a good time, and you’re bouncing about the stage like a three year old – it’s just an amazing feeling”

The Hootenanny will also be the start of the Goodbye Vibrations Tour 2020. Terri will say his farewells to the Irish music scene with 20 DJ nights across the year in various Irish locations. This will be a victory lap for the man whose life and achievements were celebrated in Good Vibrations, the film and then the sold-out stage play at the Lyric Theatre.

Don’t miss your chance to see the man in his natural habit, surrounded by great tunes, playing the soundtrack to a remarkable, intoxicating life. “It’s the greatest drug in the world for me!” he confesses.

NI Music Prize 2019 · The Highlights

The NI Music Prize in 2019 highlights from the evening.

Thanks to Snow Patrol, Steve Strange, Strange New Places, Ryan Vail & Elma Orkestra, Saint Sister, Jordan Adetunji.

Thanks to Belfast City Council, Belfast Music, Arts Council NI, PRS for Music, PPL, Help Musicians, Bushmills Irish Whiskey, SMARTS, The Ulster Hall, Magic Kite, Just Lite, BBC Radio Ulster, BBC Music Introducing & Across The Line.

Outstanding Contribution to Music – Presented to Steve Strange by Gary Lightbody of Snow Patrol.

Oh Yeah Legend Award – Presented to Snow Patrol by Mike Edgar and Stuart Fleming from PRS for Music.

Best Album – Presented by PPL – Winner – Ryan Vail & Elma Orkestra – Borders – Presented by Shona McCarthy, Chair of Oh Yeah, and Peter Leathem, Chief Executive of PPL.

Best Live Act – Sponsored by Bushmills Irish Whiskey – Winner – Sister Ghost – Presented by Paul Connolly of The Wood Burning Savages and Patrick Morgan from Bushmills

Best Single – Supported by Help Musicians – Winner – Junk Drawer – ‘Year of The Sofa’ – Presented by Phil Taggart from BBC Radio 1 and Claire Gevaux from Help Musicians.

Oh Yeah Contender Award in Association with BBC Music Introducing Across The Line. – Winner – Cherym – Presented by Gemma Bradley of Across The Line and Charlotte Dryden from Oh Yeah.