16Belfast Music 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.
Tour starts 2pm at the Ulster Hall, Bedford Street.
Tickets: Adults £8, Concession/ Child £6 available from the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre.
Ulster Hall, Bedford Street
2pm | £8/£6 | TICKETS
27Jessarae (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
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
06Pride at Oh Yeah |
Oh Yeah takes Pride in local music.
Oh Yeah is teaming up with Belfast Pride again for the 2016 programme.
Belfast Pride is one of Ireland’s largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender festivals and ranks in the top ten largest Pride parades in the UK.
This year it will run from Friday 29th July – Sunday 7th August.
The key Pride Day takes place on Saturday 6th August and Oh Yeah will be supporting the event with an evening of great live music and DJs.
Join Brand New Friend, Bad Fit and Worm Hears (Charlie Loane) for a proper Saturday night out.
Special guest DJ Venus Dupree will see the evening out in colourful abandon.
The dance floor will be hot.
Doors 8pm – late
Licensed bar. Cocktail specials.
Oh Yeah Music Centre
15-21 Gordon Street
8pm - late | £5 |
01Belfast 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
For more information visit: https://www.facebook.com/belfastrecordfair/
16Pierre Bensusan |
Pierre Bensusan is back in the UK and Ireland. Over the past 40 years, finger style acoustic guitar virtuoso Pierre Bensusan has taken his unique blend of world, Celtic, jazz and folk inspired music to all corners of the globe. Winner of the 2014 Independent Music Award in the Live Performance Album category for his triple live album "Encore", Pierre is recognized as one of the great guitar players of the 21st century. Described as a ‘genius’ by the likes of Jon Gomm and Melody Maker, immortalised by the tune ‘Bensusan’ written in tribute by the late Michael Hedges, and referenced as an important inspiration to many other great musicians, Pierre Bensusan is a one-of-a-kind artist whose music transcends genre and time.
“How the guitar would want to sound if it could play itself” … in Pierre’s music there is an uninhibited sense of musical freedom and expression, a sense of something both playful and serious, otherworldly yet right here right now. His "manner" of playing defies classification - crossing world, classical, jazz, traditional, folk and more. None can be isolated as simply “World Music”, “Celtic”, "Arabic" or “French”; rather, they represent our world in its current state, a world sharing itself, fusing cultures together in ways we have never experienced. Not to be missed!
"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)
Watch a performance by Pierre Bensusan here
Date: 16th November
Tickets: £19 Available now! Click here to book.
19.30 | £19 | TICKETS