• Apr
    Oh Yeah Presents…‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ Revisited |


    The Revisited series, which proved popular in the early days of Oh Yeah, returns for a special event as part of the 10-year celebrations of the Centre.

    Self released in 2007 and later through indie label Jagjaguwar, the critically acclaimed debut album from Bon Ivor, ‘For Emma, Forever Ago’ inspired and impacted on a whole generation of song-writers.

    To celebrate the legacy of such a startling and beautiful record Oh Yeah will re-imagine the album with local artists, including Owen Denvir, Rosie Carney and Joshua Burnside, who's on the verge of releasing his highly anticipated debut album.

    Full event page here...

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

    8:30pm | £7 | 

  • May
    While She Sleeps |



    While She Sleeps
    & Guests

    UK metalcore band While She Sleeps are pleased to announce a Belfast headline show at Oh Yeah Centre on May 02nd 2017. The bands third studio album 'YOU ARE WE' is due for release in April 2017.

    Formed in 2006, the group consists of vocalist Lawrence Taylor, guitarists Sean Long and Mat Welsh, bassist Aaran McKenzie and drummer Adam Savage. They are currently signed to Search and Destroy Records in the UK, The End Records in the US and Shock Records in Australia. They have released one mini-album, The North Stands for Nothing, in 2010, and two studio albums, This Is the Six and Brainwashed, on 13 August 2012 and 23 March 2015 respectively. They received the Best British Newcomer award at the Kerrang! Awards 2012.

    Tuesday 02nd May 

    14+ Show 

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

    7pm - Late | £16.50 + Booking Fee | 

  • May
    Declan McKenna + Support | Presents:
    Declan McKenna
    & Guests

    One of the UK's most exciting young songwriters, Declan McKenna shot to national attention with his incredible single 'Brazil' back in 2014, which has over two million Youtube hits.
    Three years on and the 18 year old McKenna is preparing for the release of his debut album and an appearance at Coachella Festival this April. This could be your last chance to see the incredibly talented young songwriter in an intimate venue.
    Tickets on sale  from,, Katy's Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide.
    14+ Show

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

    7pm | £12.50 + Booking Fee | TICKETS

  • May
    Katharine Philippa: Rebuilding |

    Women's Work & Oh Yeah Presents...Katharine Philippa: Rebuilding

    Katharine Philippa is one of Northern Irelands finest songwriters. A deep thinker, a sensitive soul inspired by sound, visuals, words, environment, people, emotions and their combinations in constant flux.

    Katharine Philippa returns for an exclusive and intimate opportunity to see her live and under the stars in the centre of Belfast on the opening night of Women’s Work, from the roof of the Oh Yeah Music Centre.

    Tickets £10 from Eventbrite.

    In the unlikely event of a cancellation – all tickets will be refunded.
    Limited run of tickets, due to low capacity.

    Oh Yeah Music Centre | Rooftop

    £10 | TICKETS

  • May
    Alana Henderson, Rosie Carney, Hannah McPhillimy, LARKS |


    Some of our brightest voices are coming together for an evening of tranquil, ethereal, emotive music for this Women’s Work special.


    Alana Henderson

    Having spent the last few years touring with Hozier, cellist and singer songwriter Alana Henderson is back and working on material for her debut album,
    Her sound fuses her folk roots with pop sensibility, fragile delicate vocals, emotive cello and disarmingly honest lyrics.

    Rosie Carney

    At just nineteen Rosie Carney has already experienced more of the tumult of life than most her age. Through her raw poetical talent, her lived experience is channelled into her beautiful music and singing which, at times, recalls the vivid and imaginative folk ambience of Joni Mitchell.

    Hannah McPhillimy

    North Coast, Belfast-based songwriter Hannah McPhillimy’s thoughtful music brings jazz-inflected indie warmth against a windswept backdrop. Her beguiling voice and ear for melody has prompted comparisons to the likes of Feist, Regina Spektor and Daughter.


    Fiona O’ Kane cut her teeth in the local music scene fronting the critically acclaimed Runaway Go. LARKS sees Fiona take a fresh approach to her song writing by drawing influences from rhythmic Electronic based beats, infused with Indie & Alternative sensibilities, all the while keeping her sincere, heart felt lyrics as strong as ever.

    Oh Yeah Music Centre

    £6.96 | TICKETS

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