Events

  • Aug
    04
    Journey with Cull |

    Shizznigh Promotions presents Journey

    A live Journey through a variety of musical genres largely but not exclusively derived from the urban spectrum of sound, as illustrated through the craft of Human Beatboxing and also narrated by Belfast local Cull.

    Cull will be joined by a host of local guests including Cara Cowan on vocals, Daz Darryl Forsythe aka Daz (Emcee) and Owen O-one Ervine aka Dj O-1 (DJ/Turntablist), incorporating their skills as and when relevant on this chronological at times but more personal musical expedition.


    Oh Yeah Music Center
    15 - 21 Gordon St, Belfast
    BT1 2LG

    21:00 | £7.00 + Booking Fee  | TICKETS

  • Aug
    25
    The Dark side of the Moon |



    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 12 talented young musicians in the Oh Yeah Music Centre at the heart of Belfast's vibrant Cathedral Quarter. Come along on the 25th August for a truly unique experience, celebrating one of the most iconic pieces of modern music history. We'll see you there


    Oh Yeah Music Centre
    15-21 Gordon Street, Bt1 2LG Belfast, United Kingdom


    20:00 | £10 + booking fee | TICKETS

  • Sep
    19
    Bars and Melody |



    Bars and Melody are a UK pop/rap duo consisting of Leondre Devries (16) and Charlie Lenehan (18). The band formed in 2014 and since then have had a number 5 UK single , a number 4 UK album , a platinum album in Poland and a number 1 album in the Japanese international chart. The band are more than musicians , they were TV presenters on the BBC show 'Friday Download' and have a very popular Youtube channel with over 250 Million combined views and 1.2 million subscribers. BAM's other social media profiles are continuing to grow too with over 1.1 million Facebook followers, 1.1 million instagram followers and almost 500,000 twitter followers. Bars and Melody are set to release their 2nd album 'Generation Z' on September 1st 2017 with a world tour to follow


    Oh Yeah Music Centre
    15-21 Gordon Street, Bt1 2LG
    Belfast, United Kingdom

    7.00pm  | 

  • Sep
    23
    Lewis Watson |



    Lewis Watson will tour the UK and Ireland in September.

    Having released his sophomore album, 'Midnight', in March, the Oxford singer-songwriter has confirmed shows in Dublin, Belfast, Liverpool, Leeds, Derby, Bournemouth and London, where he'll wrap things up at the Scala on September 28.


    Oh Yeah Music Centre
    15-21 Gordon Street, Bt1 2LG
    Belfast, United Kingdom

    18:00 | £11.25 +Booking Fee | TICKETS

  • Oct
    29
    Skinny Living |


    Following last year’s incredible show, Skinny Living return to Belfast to perform at the Oh Yeah Music Centre on October 29th.

    Skinny Living is a band based in Wakefield, which is just outside Leeds in the North of England. The band is made up of four guys. A pleasant blend of Vocalists, songwriters and musicians; namely Ryan Johnston, Will Booth, Danny Hepworth and Rhys Anderton with different musical backgrounds and influences.


    Oh Yeah Music Centre
    15-21 Gordon Street, Bt1 2LG
    Belfast, United Kingdom

    19:00 | £11.25 +Booking Fee | TICKETS

  • Nov
    11
    The Oh Yeah Legend Award and NI Music Prize in association with Blue Moon. |

    The Oh Yeah Legend Award and NI Music Prize in association with Blue Moon.
    Mandela Hall, Belfast, November 11th.

    8pm,  £15

    Tickets from Eventbrite: -  nimp.eventbrite.com

    Vivian Campbell will receive this year’s Oh Yeah Legend Award. The event which runs alongside the NI Music Prize, recognises the exceptional contribution of a musician or music industry figure from Northern Ireland. It will be the culmination of this year's Sound of Belfast festival, which will run from 2 - 11 November, and will be supported by Live Music Partner Blue Moon for a second year.

    The presentation will be followed by a live performance from Vivian with his current band Last In Line, at the Mandela Hall, Belfast, November 11.

    Vivian Campbell is one of the leading names in rock from Northern Ireland. His story is one of global success that began with Sweet Savage, a band considered to one of the most influential of the ‘New Wave of British Metal’, writing music that influenced the likes of Metallica, who went on to cover a Sweet Savage song.

    Vivian has since written, performed, toured and worked with some of the biggest names in rock including Thin Lizzy, DIO, Whitesnake, Riverdogs, and Lou Gramm (ex-foreigner). In 1992 he found a permanent home with British rock legends Def Leppard and this year he celebrates 25 years with the band.

    Vivian continues to write and perform on various other projects and will be bringing his current band Last In Line to the Mandela Hall for a special Legend Award performance.

    Previous recipients of the Oh Yeah Legends Award are:
    Terri Hooley (2008), Henry McCullough (2009), The Undertones (2010), Stiff Little Fingers (2011), Gary Moore (posthumous) (2012), Therapy? (2014), Divine Comedy (2015) and Ash (2016).

    Vivian had this to say about the award "I've been very fortunate that my life's work has also been my passion. It's an honour to be recognised for that, and especially so when that recognition comes from my fellow countrymen."

    Oh Yeah CEO Charlotte Dryden said: “ Vivian Campbell is a global rock name, he’s fully deserving of this award, rock has played a massive role in the story of music in NI and Vivian is one of the trail blazers. We’re delighted to welcome back Blue Moon as our Live Music Partner for what will no doubt be a rousing night for fans of Vivian and a brilliant end to the NI Music Prize as well as the closing night of the Sound of Belfast programme”.

    www.ohyeahbelfast.com

    Eventbrite link -  nimp.eventbrite.com


    Mandela Hall
    Belfast

    8pm | £15 + booking fee | TICKETS


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