Events

  • Sep
    02
    Different Vibes - Open Mic Night |

    Different Vibes is a weekly acoustic night held in the Cafe/Bar of the Oh Yeah. Hosted by Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose) every Wed from 6pm, admission is FREE and there are drink deals on every week.

    To get involved contact gerry@ohyeahbelfast.com or turn up on the night.

    6pm | FREE | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    09
    Different Vibes - Open Mic Night |

    Different Vibes is a weekly acoustic night held in the Cafe/Bar of the Oh Yeah. Hosted by Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose) every Wed from 6pm, admission is FREE and there are drink deals on every week.

    To get involved contact gerry@ohyeahbelfast.com or turn up on the night.

    6pm | FREE | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    10
    Getting To Know… Silences |

    Oh Yeah Presents an evening of conversation, music, and discussion with Silences.
    Hosted by Chris Jones.

    Hailing from Armagh in Northern Ireland, Silences are Conchúr White, Christopher Harbinson, Breándan White, Jonathan Downing and Michael Keyes.

    The band have featured on BBC Radio 1, RTE Other Voices and have received critical acclaim for their debut E.P. 'Nevernames' and the subsequent release ‘Sister Snow’.

    Working closely with producer Declan Legge, they have managed to capture a sound that 'Goldenplec' has described as: "a lesson in understated inventiveness that quickly charms the listener into willing surrender".

    Comparisons have been drawn to the likes of Death Cab for Cutie, Jeff Buckley, Villagers and Coldplay.

    They are looking forward to playing The Body and Soul stage at Electric Picnic and Reeperbahn festival in Germany in September.

    A great opportunity to hear from and talk to a band about their achievements to date.

    Supported by the PRS for Music Foundation and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.

    8pm | Free | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    16
    Different Vibes - Open Mic Night |

    Different Vibes is a weekly acoustic night held in the Cafe/Bar of the Oh Yeah. Hosted by Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose) every Wed from 6pm, admission is FREE and there are drink deals on every week.

    To get involved contact gerry@ohyeahbelfast.com or turn up on the night.

    6pm | FREE | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    18
    Culture Night 2015 at Oh Yeah |

    Oh Yeah are delighted to team up with The Thin Air to bring a special line-up for Culture Night Belfast 2015.

     

    Oh Yeah and The Thin Air Present...

    The Wood Burning Savages

    Hot Cops

    Autumns

    Thee Dirt Byrds

    Plus Documenta &The Thin Air DJ sets.

     

    8pm| FREE | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    23
    Different Vibes - Open Mic Night |

    Different Vibes is a weekly acoustic night held in the Cafe/Bar of the Oh Yeah. Hosted by Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose) every Wed from 6pm, admission is FREE and there are drink deals on every week.

    To get involved contact gerry@ohyeahbelfast.com or turn up on the night.

    6pm | FREE | Oh Yeah




  • Sep
    26
    Belfast Music Bus Tour |

    Have You Experienced The Award-Winning Belfast Music Bus Tour?
    Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city. Sit back, relax, and enjoy tunes and tales from Them and Van Morrison, by way of awesome guitar players, traditional and folk, to punk rock and Hollywood soundtracks. Finish up at the Belfast Music exhibition at the  Oh Yeah Music Centre, Cathedral Quarter.

    The tour starts at the Ulster Hall on Bedford Street.

    Get your tickets here.

    2pm | £8/£6 | Ulster Hall




  • Oct
    31
    Belfast Music Bus Tour |

    Have You Experienced The Award-Winning Belfast Music Bus Tour?
    Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city. Sit back, relax, and enjoy tunes and tales from Them and Van Morrison, by way of awesome guitar players, traditional and folk, to punk rock and Hollywood soundtracks. Finish up at the Belfast Music exhibition at the  Oh Yeah Music Centre, Cathedral Quarter.

    The tour starts at the Ulster Hall on Bedford Street.

    Get your tickets here.

    2pm | £8/£6 | Ulster Hall




  • Nov
    07
    Back Track Soul Night |


    Oh Yeah Music Centre

    9pm - 2am. | £5 | 


  • Nov
    14
    Divine Comedy Legend Award & NI Music Prize |

    A special Legend presentation and performance at the Mandela Hall, Belfast, November 14.


    The Divine Comedy will be the latest recipients of the Oh Yeah Legend Award. This recognises the exceptional contribution of a musician or a music industry figure from Northern Ireland.


    The Divine Comedy, aka Neil Hannon from Enniskillen, has been releasing music since 1990. This amounts to a magnificent body of work. Neil continues to perform internationally and composes for a variety of art forms including film, theatre, television and opera.


    After receiving the Legend Award, Neil and band will play a live selection from The Divine Comedy’s impressive back catalogue.


    Stuart Bailie CEO the Oh Yeah Music Centre says:


    “The Divine Comedy have delivered so many stunning songs and Neil Hannon writes with wit, emotion and intelligence. He continues to bring distinction to Northern Ireland and we’re so pleased that he has agreed to accept his Legend Award and to perform at the occasion.”


    Neil says: “I am amazed and humbled to be receiving this honour. There is nothing more gratifying than recognition from your homeland, and I’m very much looking forward to playing some songs and seeing some familiar faces at the Mandela Hall on Nov 14th.”


    Previous recipients of the Oh Yeah Legend Award are:


    Therapy? (2014)
    
Gary Moore (posthumous) (2012)

    Stiff Little Fingers (2011)

    The Undertones (2010)

    Henry McCullough (2009)

    Terri Hooley (2008)


    The Oh Yeah Legend presentation will be preceded by another award, the NI Music Prize, which will celebrate the very best of Northern Irish albums. This will be decided by an academy of local media and industry professionals following live performances by several shortlisted acts at the Mandela Hall. Previous NI Music Prize winners are Robyn G Shiels for ‘The Blood of the Innocents’ (2014) and Foy Vance ‘Joy Of Nothing’ (2013).
    The NI Music Prize is supported by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.


    This event is part of a wider programme, Sound of Belfast which will take place in November.


    Tickets, £12 are available online:
    http://www.eventbrite.com/e/northern-ireland-music-prize-2015-the-oh-yeah-legend-award-tickets-17981066855


    Mandela Hall, Belfast

    8pm | £12 (plus booking fee)  | TICKETS

  • Nov
    14
    Belfast Music Bus Tour |

    Have You Experienced The Award-Winning Belfast Music Bus Tour?
    Take a bus journey through the heart of this rock and roll city. Sit back, relax, and enjoy tunes and tales from Them and Van Morrison, by way of awesome guitar players, traditional and folk, to punk rock and Hollywood soundtracks. Finish up at the Belfast Music exhibition at the  Oh Yeah Music Centre, Cathedral Quarter.

    The tour starts at the Ulster Hall on Bedford Street.

    Get your tickets here.

    2pm | £8/£6 | Ulster Hall





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- Andy Cowan, new music promoter, Oh Yeah volunteer


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