• May
    Clash, Rude Boy Film Special |

    The Clash formed in May 1976, the rest is history!

    To mark 40 years since that momentous event Back Entry Productions and the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival will host Ray Gange, star of the Clash film Rude Boy, being interviewed by Stuart Bailie about his involvement with the band.

    After the interview local band ARSE will do a complete set of The Clash songs from the film and the evening will be rounded off with a DJ set by Ray Gange. For those attending the event there will be a free pre-show screening of a fan edit of the Rude Boy film.

    Friday 6 May, 9.00pm (Film screening 7.00pm). £10.00

    Oh Yeah

    7pm | £10 | TICKETS

  • May
    Bob Marley, Reggae Party |

    The Belfast Reggae Society’s Annual Tribute to Bob Marley will be held on Saturday 14th May at Oh Yeah.

    This year will be the 35th anniversary of the death of the Third World's first superstar Robert Nesta ‘Bob’ Marley (6 February 1945 – 11 May 1981).
    DJs for this years event: Terri Hooley, Stuart Bailie, Keith McCormick, and special guest Brixton Nick from London.

    Tickets are £5, available from Oh Yeah.


    Oh Yeah

    £5 | TICKETS

  • Jun
    Belfast Record Fair |

    The Belfast Record Fair returns to the Oh Yeah for a selection of dates throughout 2016.

    The fair will be running from 10.30 -15.30 on the following dates:

    Saturday 27th Feb 2016
    Saturday 4th June 2016
    Saturday 1st Oct   2016
    Saturday 3rd Dec  2016

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  • Jun
    John Lindsay Band w/ Siobhan Pettit |


    On Saturday 18th June 2016, the Oh Yeah Centre plays host to John Lindsay and his band as they play songs from John's new album, What's Not to Love?  John is an experienced singer-songwriter based in Carrickfergus who plays an amazing blend of country and contemporary folk that draws comparison to artists such as Paul Brady and Van Morrison.  

    The John Lindsay Band will be joined on the night by special guest vocalist, Siobhan Pettit who has received much acclaim over the years for her work with her own jazz quartet, numerous ensembles, and session work.

    John Lindsay's album, What's Not to Love? is out now and available on iTunes and CD Baby.


    "The first inkling I had of John the songwriter, was a rendition of Across the World, over fifteen years ago.  We were sitting in Donegal by the barbeque with his guitar and the sounds of the Atlantic as his accompaniment.  Over the years I discovered many more of his songs and I am proud to be a part of encouraging him to record them.  What I enjoy about John’s writing is you can take your own story from them, relate them to your life without changing his intent.  He sings them as himself always, which makes a welcome change from the copycat voices we are surrounded with.

    He writes from a personal aspect and has a unique stand point with influences that include the love of his family, to his experience during a time of huge change in Northern Ireland."

    - Niamh Kavanagh, Winner of Eurovision 1993


    "Anyone who listens to John's music will easily recognise the simple good humoured honesty with which he both writes his songs and delivers them. There is never an artificial moment in his musical world. That is not to say the songs are overly simple or artless; they are in fact skillfully crafted and often original in their use of structure and phrasing but this is achieved through his natural writing ability, and never through adherence to any learned formula."

    - Brian Connor, pianist and music director


    Date: Saturday 18th April

    Doors: 7.30pm (8pm start)

    Tickets: Tickets are on sale now.  Click Here to book.

    7.30pm | £10 | TICKETS

  • Jul
    Jessarae (All-ages show) |


    This July, don't miss the hotly-tipped Jessarae as he stops by the Oh Yeah Centre on his first ever headline tour.  Having supported such artists as Plain White T's, 5 Seconds of Summer and Matt Corby, this LA-born, London-based singer-songwriter has honed his craft and is sure to put on a stunning show at the Oh Yeah.


    Date: Wednesday 27th July
    Doors: 7.00pm
    Tickets: £8 (+ booking fee)  Available NOW through Ticketmaster.


    Please note, this is an all-ages gig so no alcohol will be sold or permitted in the venue.  UNDER 15s MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT.

    7.00pm | £8 (+ booking fee) | TICKETS

  • Nov
    Pierre Bensusan |


    Legendary guitar virtuoso Pierre Bensusan brings his stunning talent to the Oh Yeah this November.  A veteran of over 40 years, Pierre Bensusan has brought his unique genre-blending fusion of world music, classical, jazz and pop across the world to incredible acclaim from outlets such as Melody Maker and Guitar World (whose readers voted him Best World Music Guitarist).

    Widely considered one of the greatest guitarists of the 21st Century, Bensusan has been described as a "genius" by fellow guitarist Jon Gomm and has been immortalised in the song "Bensusan" by Michael Hedges.  His influence on modern guitar playing cannot be overstated and this is an unmissable opportunity to experience Bensusan's incredible talent first-hand.

    "Bensusan is very much his own animal. It’s like listening to a butterfly, to dappled sunshine coming through quaking aspens. His music flits and darts around like fish in a pool. And his compositions manage to encompass both the calmness of the pool and the flashing of the fish. It’s an entrancing, almost hypnotic thing to watch and hear, as he seems eager to share his journey, his light. I was struck by how the aim of each song was to be beautiful. Not witty, not avant-garde, not new, necessarily, but beautiful. A great craftsman plying his trade. A shepherd with his flock. As I left I felt all of a sudden that I’d been to temple, my own sort of temple, and by the end of the service I felt purified, cleansed, and ready for the new year."

    - Nyack News and Views (USA, NY, Dan Cohen, Oct 4, 2015)


    Date: 16th November
    Doors: 19.30
    Tickets: £19  Available now!  Click here to book.

    19.30 | £19 | TICKETS

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