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March 2019

As It Is

4 March, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£14

Coda agency in association with Shine presents: AS IT IS & Guests Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast Monday March 4th 2019 Doors 7pm 14+ Show Tickets £14 + Booking Fee UK rock band As It Is are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Centre on Monday March 04th 2019. The band released their third studio album, The Great Depression in August of this year, produced by legendary producer MACHINE (Lamb Of God, Every Time I Die), is…

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Getting To Know… Arborist

7 March, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

We are excited to host Arborist in our next 'Getting To Know' instalment in March. ‘Getting To Know…’ is designed to appreciate songwriters and to give their audience a fresh understanding of the work. By providing a constructive critique, the audience is also encouraged to participate in the artist’s creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took part on her 17th birthday, long before she won the NI Music…

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Volume Control x International Womens Day

8 March, 2019, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Age Suitability: 13+ The next gig will take place on Friday 8th of March 2019 in The Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast (doors at 7pm) - we are celebrating International Women’s Day 2019 with an exciting lineup reflecting the diverse and powerful females lighting up our live music scene. First up is Gemma Bradley; Gemma takes inspiration from her mother’s record collection, including the iconic vocal prowess of Amy Winehouse, the distinguished rhythms of Bob Marley and the avant-garde creativity of…

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Peace – An Unachievable Goal?

26 March, 2019, 14:30-16:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

In an increasingly divided world, is the sustainable development goal of peace, justice and strong institutions just an impossible dream? The UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), otherwise known as the Global Goals, are a universal call to action to make our world a fairer, healthier and more peaceful place for everyone by 2030. The 16th goal of Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions aims to significantly reduce all forms of violence, and work with governments and communities to find lasting solutions…

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Over The Hill – Nerd Night Extravaganza

28 March, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

Over the Hill Music Collective is introducing 'Nerd Night' an evening of esoteric talk an interesting factotums at Oh Yeah Music Centre, 28th March from 7pm. We will feature David Robb QUB (waxing lyrical on German Protest Songs) Michael Linden (building guitar pickups, and how they work) and finally from SARC Kurt Werner (talking about the TR 808 which caused a revolution in Dance and EDM). Free entry but bookings available on Eventbrite Bar available, this event welcomes everyone with…

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April 2019

Getting To Know… The Emerald Armada

4 April, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

We are excited to host 'The Emerald Armada' in our next 'Getting To Know' instalment in March. ‘Getting To Know…’ is designed to appreciate songwriters and to give their audience a fresh understanding of the work. By providing a constructive critique, the audience is also encouraged to participate in the artist’s creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took part on her 17th birthday, long before she won the…

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The Dynasty Ball

6 April, 2019, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Haus of Falls Presents: The Dynasty Ball A new adhoc club night brought to you by Queers who support Queers. I use the term club loosely as the name suggests, it’s more of a Ball. Think of it more as an art project. This night is about having fun with art, make-up, fashion, vogue and your body. Throughout the evening categories will be called and everyone will be asked to clear the floor to allow a runway. Participants will be…

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20:20 #010 – King Cedar // Kippysmuse // La Fours

10 April, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is a regular charity songwriter night taking place in the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Each night features twenty minute sets from three of the best songwriters from Northern Ireland and beyond in an intimate, listening environment. This month we have: King Cedar Kippysmuse La Fours   All proceeds to WaterAid.

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May 2019

HAVVK // Molto Vivo // Strange New Places // Gender Chores

2 May, 2019, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£6

We are very proud to host this gig for HAVVK for the first date of their 'Drawn Together' Tour – a series of dates working with inclusive venues, promotors and collectives who support female and non-binary artists. Support from Gender Chores,  MoltoVivoOfficial and Strange New Places.x Online pre-sale £5 on Eventbrite and on the Facebook event.

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Elixir #10 – Lowkey at Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival 2019

3 May, 2019, 19:30-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£12

Tickets The Elixir team are delighted to be teaming up with the Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival this year to bring the UK's most prominent MC Lowkey to the Oh Yeah Centre! One of the UK’s most potent and electrifying rappers, Lowkey is a towering figure of the scene who renews the old tradition of conscious hip-hop activism for the war on terror generation. Fusing politically charged lyrics and deft dissection of topics such as race, war, global poverty and politics…

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Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast Present: Men Of North Country

4 May, 2019, 21:00-5 May, 2019, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast present Acid Jazz powerhouses Men of North Country.

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Alejandro Escovedo

5 May, 2019, 20:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Crossing borders, jumping barriers, taking risks, betting it all: that’s the path Alejandro Escovedo has been taking in his lifelong search for the heart of rock and roll. Alejandro’s new album, The Crossing is about that journey: searching, but not necessarily finding, eyes and ears open all the way. It is his first for Yep Roc Records and his first ever recorded in Europe. “This says more about me than any of my records without it being a record about…

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‘Slacker Guide to The Music Industry’ – Book Launch Event

7 May, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Phil Taggart’s Slacker Guide to The Music Industry - Book Launch Submission Sack - Submit music and demos Q+A About the Book Slacker Live with Arvo Party 18+

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Mick Flannery – CQAF

8 May, 2019, 19:45-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15

Mick Flannery is widely regarded as one of the finest singer-songwriters to come out of Ireland in recent years. An award winning- double platinum selling artist, Mick has released five albums to date – including two number ones and received widespread airplay. He became the first Irish musician to ever win awards at the International Songwriting Competition in Nashville, aged 19.  His critically acclaimed live performances have seen him sell out shows in Ireland’s Olympia Theatre and Cork Opera House. Mick first…

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Jeff Buckley Revisited – ‘Grace’

11 May, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

Oh Yeah's Revisited series returns to CQAF by celebrating the 25th Anniversary of Jeff Buckey's masterpiece album Grace. Released in 1994 Grace gained cult status at first before going on to sell over 2 million albums and is consistently acclaimed as one of the greatest albums of all time. It was unfortunately the only studio album Buckley would record due to his death only a few days later. Featuring his soaring and heart breaking version of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ as…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #1

22 May, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Buí Single Launch – SB 003

29 May, 2019, 20:00-00:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£7

  Sizeable Bear Presents: Buí (Single Launch) Shrug Life Larry We have a very special show lined up for this one. Belfast's Buí release their Double-A side singles and support comes from two of the island's finest alternative bands, Dublin's Shrug Life and Dundalk's Larry. Local Indie Rockers Buí launch their Double-A side singles "Something Else to Talk About // People Don't Think" on Julie McLarnon's Analogue Catalogue Records on 29th of May. Having regularly toured Ireland since the release…

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June 2019

Women’s Work Festival – Oh Yeah and Beyond

5 June, 2019-9 June, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Women's Work festival is back with a variety of events from workshops to discussions and gigs! The entire programme here: https://www.womensworkni.co.uk/ Get your tickets or register on the website! Events from £0 to £20   Wed. 5 June ~ Screening: Bad Reputation Wed. 5 June ~ Jealous of the Birds @ The Empire Thur. 6 June ~ Getting to Know... Hannah Peel Thur. 6 June ~ ELIXIR Belfast Presents Women of Irish Hip-hop Thur. 6 June ~ Rooftop Session with…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #2

12 June, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Summer in the Sister City – Nashville in Belfast

12 June, 2019, 18:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Tickle your taste buds with some great Tennessean food at St Anne's Square and enjoy live music performances right around the corner in the Oh Yeah Music Centre Cathedral Quarter, from 8pm. Experience Belfast and NI produce, married with some of Nashville's favourite dishes - a true Sister City collaboration. Taste the real deal. Food available to buy. £5 admission to Oh Yeah Music Centre and claim your free Nashville dessert.

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Sister City Summer Songwriter’s Symposium – Nashville in Belfast

13 June, 2019-14 June, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£75

Learn from and progress your song writing skills with Grammy nominated folk musician and songwriter John McCutcheon and NI music legend Tommy Sands on this two day intensive song writing workshop. Cost includes workshop tuition, songwriting collaboration and admission to Sisters in Song performance on Friday 14 June. For more information or to book tickets visit www.nashvilleinbelfast.com 10am - 4pm each day

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Sisters in Song – Nashville in Belfast

14 June, 2019, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

An inside look into the world of songwriting…up close and personal. Join us for a series of intimate musical performances featuring the work created by the workshop musicians and hosted by international artists John McCutcheon and Tommy Sands. For more information or to book tickets visit www.nashvilleinbelfast.com Please note: Free admission for symposium musicians.

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20:20 #011 // Arc Royale // B4SEVEN // The Mad Dalton

19 June, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is a regular charity songwriter night taking place in the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast. Each night features twenty minute sets from three of the best songwriters from Northern Ireland and beyond in an intimate, listening environment. This month we have: Arc Royale B4SEVEN The Mad Dalton All proceeds to WaterAid.

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[Mixtape] The Promise: The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town

25 June, 2019, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Thom Zimny's film, The Promise - The Making of Darkness on the Edge of Town, explores the three years it took to make Bruce Springsteen's fourth studio album, 1978's Darkness on the Edge of Town. Struggling with newfound stardom brought on by 1975's Born To Run and locked in a legal struggle for control of his own career with his manager Mike Appel, Springsteen was determined to make an album that would do justice to the dreams and struggles of…

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July 2019

Live Injection Ska Festival 2019

5 July, 2019, 20:00-7 July, 2019, 06:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12,50

A three day celebration of all things SKA in the heart of Belfast city! Featuring... Itziarren Semeak- High octane Ska punk from the Basque Country Tonic All-Stars- Belfast based Boys bringing the Skinhead Reggae and upbeat Ska The Skalps Big brass Ska music The Vibes Soulful Reggae music The Skallions Big brass high energy 2Tone and Ska Boss Sound Manifesto Vintage skinhead Reggae sounds from The boss men. The Skatuesques All girl sweet ska sensation from Dublin Bréag Reggae, folk,…

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BAPAM’s Belfast Clinic #3

10 July, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

BAPAM (the British Association for Performing Arts Medicine) are opening a new free clinic for performing arts professionals and students in Northern Ireland. If you make a proportion of your living from, or study in the performing arts, and have a physical or psychological health problem related to your work, BAPAM can help you. BAPAM clinicians can provide an accurate diagnosis and information to help you overcome problems. The BAPAM team can identify the best sources of ongoing care, both…

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Pride Céili

31 July, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5 – £8

Belfast Tradfest and Belfast Pride present: Pride Céili Featuring Ciaran Kelly, Edel Fox and Teresa Clarke... with dances called by Ronan Eastwood. Party like it's 1845!!   £5 online / £8 on the door

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August 2019

Getting To Know… Kathryn Joseph

1 August, 2019, 19:00-20:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

The Oh Yeah Music Centre is proud to welcome acclaimed Scottish singer / songwriter Kathryn Joseph to Belfast as part of our regular series ‘Getting To Know...’ – a deep dive into the writing and recording processes of a given act and an open forum for audience exchange. Expect discourse, performance and surprise. Kathryn made her Belfast debut at Out to Lunch Festival in January 2019 and we are delighted to welcome her back for a deep dive into her…

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Belfast Tradfest

1 August, 2019, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12

Traditional music fans are in for a treat as Belfast’s TradFest returns from 27th July – 2nd August 2019 to bring the city to life for 7-days of concerts, sessions, ceili’s, talks, workshops, and free events. Songs of the People at the Oh Yeah Centre brings together some of Ireland's finest singers and musicians for what will surely be a spellbinding evening of song. This evening’s concert will be hosted by BBC Radio Ulster’s Lynette Fay. Full festival programme Belfast…

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[Mixtape] Madonna: Truth or Dare

7 August, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

"People think that being a star is about being fabulous, being in the spotlight, having your picture taken all the time and having everyone worship and adore you, being rich, rich, rich and having it all- and you know what? They're absolutely right." Madonna blends fantasy and reality in the documentary Madonna: Truth or Dare, which follows her iconic 1990 Blond Ambition World Tour. Far from exposing the myth of Madonna, the fly-on-the-wall film only elevated her to even greater…

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20:20 August Session

14 August, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

20:20 is back for its August session with the following singers-songwriters: - Maria Nickolay - Oisin O Scolai - Steve Amos   £5 minimum donation at the door All proceeds go to WaterAid

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SOLD OUT · Girls Rock School NI – Summer Camp 2019

19 August, 2019-23 August, 2019
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
SOLD OUT

⚡ GIRLS ROCK CAMP 2019 ⚡ Form a band, write a song and perform live on stage over the Summer holidays with Oh Yeah Music Centre and Girls Rock School Northern Ireland! We are SO happy to announce that we are running a week long Girls Rock Camp this August, in association with Girls Rock School Northern Ireland!

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Uncomfortable EP Launch w/ Strange New Places, Buí and The Lazy Susans

23 August, 2019, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Good times! Celebration! Mystery!?! It’s all here at the launch gig for Strange New Places’ debut EP ‘UNCOMFORTABLE.’ Join us at our spiritual home, the Oh Yeah Music Centre, for a night of delicious conviviality and wonderpunk. Featuring Belfast’s indie-synth stalwarts Buí and rising riot-grrl revolutionaries Gender Chores (moonlighting as acoustic duo The Lazy Susans), the night of August 23rd will act as a celebration of queerness, disability, feminism and HOPE. Come along for a wonderful, welcoming night in the…

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Stiff Little Fingers CHSQ Aftershow Party

24 August, 2019, 22:00-25 August, 2019, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

  Featuring Punk Classics DJ Set's from Terri Hooley (Good Vibrations) and Stuart Bailie!

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Cinema Day 2019: Teenage Superstars

26 August, 2019, 16:00-18:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£4

"Half the crowd loved us and half the crowd wanted to kill us." Teenage Superstars is the story of how a bunch of Scottish teenagers making music in their bedrooms went on to take over the world. Narrated by The Breeders’ Kim Deal, the film recounts a period in the late 80’s and early 90’s Glasgow music scene that produced the likes of Primal Scream, Jesus and the Mary Chain, The Vaselines and Teenage Fan Club. These upstart bands counted…

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Cinema Day 2019: The Commitments

26 August, 2019, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£4

They had nothing to lose. But they were willing to risk it all. Based on Roddy Doyle's 1987 novel, The Commitments is a riotous tale of how the exuberance and folly of youth can help you live your dreams. The story of a group of rag-tag never-beens from working-class Barrytown that form the world’s most unlikeliest and greatest soul band, The Commitments was voted Dublin's favourite film in 2014. Ambitious Jimmy Rabbitte starts putting together a soul group called ‘The…

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The Faim at the Oh Yeah Music Centre

28 August, 2019, 19:00-00:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12.50

Shine by arrangement with Coda Agency presents: THE FAIM & Guests 14+ Show Australian pop-rock quartet The Faim are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show on Wednesday August 28th 2019 at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. Tickets on sale from www.ticketmaster.ie, www.shine.net Katy’s Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. Northern Ireland customers 0844 277 44 55 & Republic of Ireland customers 0818 719 300.

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The Haus of Falls Presents The Haus Ball

30 August, 2019, 20:00-31 August, 2019, 20:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

You all had an absolute blast at the last Ball so we’re delighted to bring you the second instalment: The Haus Ball!

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Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast presents Soul Grenades

31 August, 2019, 20:30-1 September, 2019, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£17

Superfly Funk and Soul Belfast are delighted to welcome London's Soul Grenades. Purveyors of heavyweight Funk and Soul grooves with a contemporary edge, they are quickly establishing themselves as one of the most dynamic live acts on today's scene. The band boasts a rock-solid, super-tight rhythm section, blistering horns and a burgeoning songbook of future classics! Joining them will be hugely popular local Funk legends, Freedom 35's with their Hammond driven sound inspired by artists such as Booker T, The…

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September 2019

[MIXTAPE Screening] Hit So Hard

4 September, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

The Life and Near-death Story of Patty Schemel... When Nirvana burst onto the scene in 1991, the music they played spoke directly to an angry and disenfranchised generation. Grunge took over overnight… but just three years later, the suicide of Kurt Cobain signaled the end of an all too brief era. Patty Schemel, the openly gay drummer for Courtney Love’s seminal rock band Hole, was right in the middle of all of it. Given a video camera just before Hole’s…

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Mim Suleiman, Ripton Lindsay & Orchestre des Réfugiés et Amis

6 September, 2019, 20:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast,
£4

Beyond Skin, Belfast Music & Oh Yeah present Mim Suleiman, Ripton Lindsay & members of the Orchestre des Réfugiés et Amis Mim Suleiman was born in Zanzibar and lived in Shangani (Stone Town) for most of her childhood, where she attended Tumekuja School and moved to the UK in the late 80s. Vocalist, Songwriter, Performer, Composer, Musician, & Workshop facilitator Mim Suleiman has been described as Mama Africa of the modern era. Mim has worked with Peter Gabriel’s WOMAD festival…

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BAPAM Healthy Performance Training Series – Physical Health and Injury Prevention

19 September, 2019, 10:30-12:30
Help Musicians NI, Oh Yeah Music Centre
Belfast, United Kingdom
£10 – £15

BAPAM Healthy Performance training Series Physical Health and Injury Prevention BAPAM’s purpose is to improve health in the performing arts and support enhanced performance excellence through wellbeing and good practice. As the largest provider of career-specific healthcare to performers in the UK, we are uniquely positioned to bring together expert clinicians, educators, researchers, artists and creators to deliver innovative training to empower the arts community to improve and maintain health throughout our creative work and learning spaces. This introductory 2-hour…

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Oh Yeah Presents… Culture Night!

20 September, 2019, 16:00-21 September, 2019, 16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free, donations welcome

Live performances from 4pm featuring Ulster Youth Orchestra, Cherym, Kyoto Love Hotel, Jonny Hammond, Connor Marcus & Airpunch Belfast after party.

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Acoustic Picnic – Culture Day

21 September, 2019, 11:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free, donations welcome

Family-friendly event at Oh Yeah. A relaxed afternoon of live music for all ages and activities for children. Little movers and shakers encouraged to dance and sing, some heartwarming and well known songs provided by the Over The Hill house band. Warm friendly atmosphere. Bring your own picnic, some light snacks and tea and coffee on sale in the Oh Yeah cafe too. Afternoon includes Shake Rattle and Roll craft workshop with Young At Art from 11am – 2pm

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Farben Lehre and The Analogs

22 September, 2019, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£25 – £35

Alternative4 together with AD Media House and Nasz Express presents a concert of The Analogs and Farben Lehre. THE ANALOGS were founded in 1995 in Szczecin and are currently one of the most dynamically operating band of the Polish punk rock scene. Energetic FARBEN LEHRE formation was established in September 1986. Since then, the rich discography of the band consists of 13 studio discs and numerous compilations. For many years, the band has performed a lot in Poland and abroad.…

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Belfast Record Fair

28 September, 2019, 10:30-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

Belfast Record Fair is happening at the Oh Yeah Music Centre four times per year. There is always lots of fresh vinyls at every fair, at prices to suit all.   Come down between 10:30am and 3:30pm and you might find what will end up to be your favourite record!

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October 2019

[MIXTAPE Screening] Donnie Darko

2 October, 2019, 19:00-21:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes, 12 seconds. That is when the world will end... During the presidential election of 1988, a teenager named Donnie Darko sleepwalks out of his house one night and sees a giant, demonic-looking rabbit named Frank, who tells him the world will end in 28 days, 6 hours, 42 minutes and 12 seconds. When Donnie returns home, he finds that a jet engine has crashed into his bedroom. Is Donnie living in a parallel universe,…

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20:20 · Danny Madigan, Eilís Phillips and Nathan O’Regan

9 October, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5
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No Hot Ashes – Hardship Starship Tour

11 October, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
TBC

No Hot Ashes are a post-pop, disco and funk band from Stockport, made up of members Isaac Taylor, Luigi Di Vuono, Jack Walsh and Matthew Buckley.

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Elixir #11 – Micall Parknsun

18 October, 2019, 21:00-19 October, 2019, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Support from Skeet & Devz, Shambles Bhoy & Devious, Appollo DFG Hosted by Kronus w/ DJs Koncept & 2Hatz including an Open Mic Session Micall Parknsun Micall Parknsun is a complex man. This loving husband and proud father of three is a self-confessed Hip Hop junkie, recalling the Golden Era of US East Coast Hip Hop as the catalyst for his musical endeavors. Micall (pronounced Michael) aka Parky rose to infamy with the release of his critically acclaimed debut album…

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Kawala & Roe

20 October, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12.50

Shine by arrangement with Primary Talent Presents: KAWALA & Roe Following their George Ezra Belsonic show support, UK based pop / indie band Kawala are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Centre on Sunday 20th October 2019. Tickets on sale Saturday June 26th @ 10am from www.shine.net & www.ticketmaster.ie Starting their musical journey while studying in Leeds, North London duo Jim (vocals) and Dan (acoustic guitar, vocals) quickly developed a distinctive sound. Deriving from their joint…

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Punkowe’en III: Murder On The Moshpit

31 October, 2019, 21:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

The body of a local music legend has been found, glasses awry, with nothing but a broken 35mm camera next to a blood-spattered copy of NME. No one knows the culprit, but everyone knows where to find the answers: October 31st, the Oh Yeah Music Centre. Piece together the clues while Belfast's finest punks perform on the year's spookiest night. Can you solve the mystery? A special prize awaits you if you can. A supplementary prize awaits if you appear…

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November 2019

Free Counselling

1 November, 2019, 12:00-14:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Jigsaw Community Counselling Centre is a registered charity providing culturally sensitive counselling at minimal cost to adults and children. We have developed broad systems of support for people with emotional or mental health issues and their families. Jigsaw offers a completely non-discriminatory service and counselling referrals are welcomed from all. Jigsaw will be offering a free counselling one-to-one service during Sound of Belfast. Each session will last one hour, it’s free and is completely confidential. Free event Limited availability, book…

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SelfMade Going Live Workshop: Booking Touring & Getting on Stage

1 November, 2019, 14:00-15:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

It’s not just about great performance - for new artists, navigating the live music scene can seem like an unsolvable puzzle. This SelfMade workshop looks at the early stages of building a live profile. What do promoters expect when they hear from a new artist? What’s the role of an agent? How do you apply for festivals or book your first tour? This up-close workshop will offer practical, DIY tips on booking, touring and live promotion. Spaces are limited so…

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Over The Hill Presents: The Vinyl Countdown

1 November, 2019, 19:30-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Do you remember your first record? What memories does it conjure up? Do you still have it? Bring it down to this special Over The Hill meeting celebrating all things vinyl. We’ll chat about the record that has influenced you most and stayed with you through thick and thin. Be it a 78 or a 12 inch remix, we look forward to hearing all about the tracks of your years. Gramophone and turntable will be supplied. Registration essential

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Revolution Rock: Celebrating The Clash and London Calling

1 November, 2019, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£7

A Sound of Belfast special to celebrate the legacy of The Clash and the 40th anniversary of London Calling. Featuring tributes and original music from a line-up of revolutionary rabble rousers from the Belfast music community. Presented by Stuart Bailie and featuring TOUTS, SAFE, Brian Young, Paul Connolly (The Wood Burning Savages) and Molto Vivo.

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Native Music Mart

2 November, 2019, 12:00-17:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5 – £10

Native strives to give those involved in the creative industries a platform to promote and sell their wares. Those involved in making music, photography, videography or any other music platform are all welcome to take part. Accompanied by food, drink and live performances throughout the day, together we can celebrate the abundance of local talent Northern Ireland has to offer. Please email francesca@quietarch.com to reserve a table.

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Start Together Mixer: Engineer & Producer Meetup with Drinks Reception

2 November, 2019, 17:00-19:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Start Together would love to meet up and get to know more engineers, producers, DJs and music-makers. Join us for a drink and some food to have a chat about the world of engineering and production. Open to everyone, especially those with a particular interest in Moogs. If you want to meet fellow engineers, chat about your projects, or learn more about recording and production, come along!

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Document: A Film About Malojian

3 November, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Mixtape is a season of music films at Oh Yeah Music Centre curated by Feature and supported by Film Hub NI. In a Sound of Belfast special, we are delighted to host. Colm Laverty's documentary following Malojian as they make the pilgrimage to Steve Albini's Electrical Audio in Chicago. The film draws back the curtain on the analogue recording process with a warmth and reverence as Malojian have four days to record with soundsmith Albini, famous for his work with…

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Third Bar Presents: Oliver Cole, David C Clements and more

4 November, 2019, 19:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Belfast label Third Bar presents this unique event which opens with David C Clements, Oliver Cole (Turn) and Gerry Norman (A Plastic Rose, Tour Alaska) performing each other’s songs together. Following on we will have the debut Irish performance by Glasgow based DIY pop band Happy Spendy featuring Eimear and Kieran Coyle (Wonder Villains). Finally, we’ve a sparkling performance from our favourite band of right on radicals with low self-esteem Strange New Places! Tickets

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Getting To Know… Sheridan Tongue

5 November, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

We are delighted to host the BAFTA-nominated, Belfast-born composer Sheridan Tongue in our next Getting To Know… instalment in November as part of Sound of Belfast. Getting To Know… is a special event designed to break down any barriers between music makers and their audiences – to provide an interactive exchange, an insight and a fresh understanding of their work and creative process. Thus far, the sessions have involved the Ivor Novello Award-winning Tim Wheeler of Ash while SOAK took…

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Breaking Into Music: Slacker Guide To The Music Industry

6 November, 2019, 10:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Breaking Into Music is an interactive youth conference that aims to give young people with aspirations of working in the music industry and opportunity to hear from leading industry figures through a series of panels. This year we welcome Phil Taggart (BBC Radio 1) and his Slackers Guide to the Music Industry – the most up to date and essential guide on how to navigate the music industry. His book has been compiled using the knowledge of successful contemporary artists,…

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Scratch My Progress Showcase Gig

6 November, 2019, 16:00-20:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Introducing the four new acts that have been selected for Scratch My Progress 2019: Conor Marcus, Joel Harkin, Sasha Samara and Cloakroom Q. Our annual talent development scheme is now in its 8th year and after another record-breaking year for applications our latest cohort have been busy writing and recording in preparation for the digital release of the Scratch My Progress complication – Volume #8. 4:00pm - 5:00pm · Join us for a complimentary drinks reception courtesy of our friends…

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MU Introduces: Music Industry Contract Essentials

6 November, 2019, 17:30-19:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Being offered a contract for your work as a musician is really exciting, however legal jargon is often confusing and it is often difficult to understand exactly what you are signing if you don’t know what the terminology means.  Signing a bad deal have long term negative effects on your career in the music industry and potentially cost you a lot of money in expensive litigation further down the line. Not only is it important as a musician to make…

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Ditto X Conference

7 November, 2019, 09:00-12:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

We are delighted to welcome the Ditto X Conference Tour to Belfast for the first time in a Sound of Belfast special. This one-of-a-kind music conference tour is open to all independent musicians, and will bring together top industry professionals, established artists and the best creative minds, to meet upcoming musicians in cities across the world, offering one-on-one advice on developments, opportunities and challenges in the music industry. Initial speakers confirmed include: Matt Parsons (CEO, Ditto Music) Mike Murphy (Artist…

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Free Creative Careers Day

7 November, 2019, 10:00-18:00
Free event

Start Together will host an information day outlining some of the various career paths within the music industry. Whilst there are many options and skill sets that make up each individual's journey, we have invited some of our friends and alumni to present an informal panel and discussion on these particular topics. There is time allocated for Q&A at the end of each session. Rocky O'Reilly, owner and resident synth-lord, will begin the day exploring the work of Audio Engineering & Production.…

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Conversations. Panels. Discussions.

7 November, 2019, 13:00-17:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

1:00pm · AIM Presents · The Future of Streaming Music industry hopefuls should look out for this panel brought to you by the Association of Independent Music (AIM). Joined by a panel of industry experts from the top streaming services including Spotify, Deezer and Amazon, we’ll discuss the future of streaming and what this means for artists. With a wealth of first-hand experience working in the music industry, those with interest are sure to glean a new perspective on work…

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Breaking Into Normal Land: Accessibility & The Music Industry

7 November, 2019, 14:00-15:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Does the music industry disable artists and audiences? How can things be done differently? Join Attitude is Everything and partner organisations to explore and discuss the barriers facing those with access requirements. This session is for artists, venues, promoters and aspiring industry professionals. Register via Eventbrite, limited spaces available

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SOLD OUT – Northern Ireland Music Prize 2019

7 November, 2019, 19:00-23:00
Ulster Hall, 34 Bedford Street
Belfast, BT2 7FF United Kingdom
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SOLD OUT

Snow Patrol · Oh Yeah Legend Award Recipients 2019 presented by PRS for Music Ryan Vail + Elma Orkestra · Featuring Moya Brennan and Stephen James Smyth Saint Sister Strange New Places Jordan Adetunji The Oh Yeah Music Centre presents the NI Music Prize, an awards evening and celebration of all that is great about music from Northern Ireland. Set to be the biggest celebration of local music under one roof this year, the event will include a guest performance…

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Volume Control: Clash Of The New Breeds

8 November, 2019, 19:00-22:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Volume Control is a team of young promoters that specialise in organising gigs for under 18s. Every year they run a new talent competition called Clash of the Newbreeds. Previous winners include Red House, Serotonin, Foreign Affairs and Surf Green. During September new bands are invited to submit demos for consideration, with eight acts going through to a live final on Friday 8th November 2019. Prizes have been made possible by the Conor Shaw bursary, and trophies will be awarded…

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Acoustic Picnic: X Wired Ensemble

9 November, 2019, 13:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free event

Acoustic Picnic is Oh Yeah’s established family event. It’s free to attend and encourages young children to take part in the arts. Families may bring their own food and get involved with crafts, games, live music and lots of fun! This year, in a Sound of Belfast special, Acoustic Picnic host the Wired Ensemble - a group of disabled musicians who performed a brilliant show at the Black Box last year as part of the Full Moon Festival. We are…

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Classic Album Revisited: Snow Patrol ‘When It’s All Over We Still Have To Clear Up’

9 November, 2019, 20:00-01:00
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With performances from Aaron Shanley, Runabay and Burning Codes An evening revisiting the 2001 sophomore record When It's All Over We Still Have To Clear Up by Snow Patrol. Earlier this year to mark the 25th anniversary of the band, Jeepster released the album on vinyl for the very first time, and now some of our finest emerging and established artists will also pay tribute to this classic release. Tickets

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Ready To Roll Sessions

10 November, 2019, 10:00-18:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£50

Start Together returns with their yearly special Ready To Roll sessions to help new and upcoming artists capture their first studio recording. Studio engineer Ryan McGroarty will set up a full backline of vintage & modern drums, amplifiers and instruments to choose from, and use a top quality range of microphones and recording equipment to deliver exciting, professional mixes of your original songs. Slots are one hour long and in that time, the studio engineer will record, overdub your vocals,…

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The Sherlocks

29 November, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£13.50

British alternative rock band The Sherlocks are pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Centre on Nov 29th 2019. The quartet’s debut release ‘Live For The Moment’ proved to be a big hit with it making the top six in 2017 and the new album is due for release this year. Support from Hello Casanova Tickets

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Belfast Record Fair

30 November, 2019, 11:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

The Belfast Record Fair is held 4 times per year at the Oh Yeah Music Centre. There is always lots of fresh vinyl at every fair at prices to suit all.

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Elixir #12 · Dirty Dike, DJ Sammy B-Side, DatKid, Physiks

30 November, 2019, 21:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12 – £15

Elixir #12 Dirty Dike with DJ Sammy B-Side, DatKid and Physiks. Support from Waking Android & the DBMCs Hosted by Steve Loc with DJs Sconey (Belfast City Breakers) and Militant Vinylist. Also featuring an Open Mic Competition to win a set at Elixir. Very limited £12 discounted tickets are available with the code EARLYBIRD but act fast! A chance to win a pair of tickets will follow in the Facebook event. Dirty Dike Dirty Dike is a rapper and producer.…

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December 2019

Festive Face-Free Food Fair

1 December, 2019, 13:00-17:00
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Nina Nesbitt

3 December, 2019, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

The eagerly awaited second album from Scottish singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt has arrived, ‘The Sun Will Come Up, The Seasons Will Change’ is out now through Cooking Vinyl. Having obtained over 160 million streams between singles since signing her new deal with Cooking Vinyl and peaking at over 10 million monthly Spotify listeners, the new album shows Nina at her lyrical and musical best. It's been non-stop for Nina since signing to Cooking Vinyl, including a tour of the US with…

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[MIXTAPE] Amazing Grace – Aretha Franklin

4 December, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

In 1971, Aretha Franklin, the undisputed Queen of Soul, brought producer Jerry Wexler, her backup singers, and the legendary Atlantic Records rhythm section to The New Temple Missionary Baptist Church in Los Angeles to record an album of gospel music before an enthusiastic live audience. The result, “Amazing Grace”, went on to become one of the biggest albums of Aretha Franklin’s career and one of her most beloved works. But even as the album gained fans around the world, few…

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Malone College Battle of The Bands!!

6 December, 2019, 19:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

As part of our programme More Volume NI, students from the Malone College of Belfast are organising another epic battle of the bands! Four bands will compete on the night and the winner will be decided by a panel of music industry experts... Come support your favourite! All proceeds to Aware NI, an NI-based charity delivering mental health and well-being programmes into communities, schools, colleges, universities and workplaces. 13+ show   TICKET PRICES: Adult: £5 (Ages 13-18): £3

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Superfly Funk & Soul Club · The Link Quartet

7 December, 2019, 20:45-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£12.50

In their quest to bring artists to Belfast for the 1st time, the Superfly Funk & Soul Club proudly present the incredible The LINK QUARTET from Milan to play at the Christmas Funk and Soul Special! This is an amazing coup and even better that The Organauts are supporting from a local perspective. DJ support will come from Superfly and the Saturday 45 guy himself, Paul Miller, flying in from sunny Bedfordshire to blow you away with his incredible record collection!…

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20:20 #014 · Dean Waywood, Donal Scullion, Son Of The Hound

11 December, 2019, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Minimum £5 donation on the door. All proceeds to WaterAid.

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Human Rights Takeover of Acoustic Picnic

14 December, 2019, 13:00-16:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

Girls Rock School NI (GRSNI), HereNI and The Rainbow Project are joining forces with Acoustic Picnic for a festive Human Rights takeover! Join us at this family-friendly event with live music from the Over The Hill collective and an open mic slot for GRSNI community. The GRSNI Rock and Roll Photo Booth will be there, as well as story-telling around the theme of Difference from the No Outsiders programme. GRSNI will also have a station for badge-making and we'll have…

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Oh Yeah, it’s Christmas!

20 December, 2019, 19:00-22:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Enjoy a great evening of Christmas banter and local music with some free pizza on the top!! Line-up to be announced soon...   14+ gig Tickets on the door  

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Terri Hooley’s Last Ever… Hooley’s Hootenanny

31 December, 2019, 21:00-1 January, 2020, 02:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

Terri Hooley will present his last ever Hooley’s Hootenanny on New Year’s Eve, 2019.  He’ll be playing records at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast, rocking into the New Year with his legendary wit, humanity and fine company. Terri started DJing at the age of 13 in church halls in east Belfast. His Hootenanny will take place a week after his 71st birthday. That’s 58 years of singular joy. “I’d rather go out with a bit of a bang than…

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January 2020

Ryan Robson-Bluer

3 January, 19:30-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5.50

"Following the success of 65,000 Spotify streams of my debut album 'The Things My Mirror Taught Me', I will be doing a live performance of my music on January 3rd 2020. In a relaxed and intimate atmosphere, I'll be talking through a lot of my inspiration for the album, how I wrote the music and I'll be performing all of the music live. I'd love for as many of you as possible to come so I can personally thank you…

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Rixe · A Night Of Oi! & Streetpunk

11 January, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£10

Performances from: Rixe United Bottles Takers & Users The Jollars Doors: 8PM Entry: £10 - for online tickets please email blacknorthrecs@gmail.com

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Classic Album Revisited – Figure 8 by Elliott Smith

18 January, 20:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£8

Marking 20 years since its release, Rachael Boyd, Junk Drawer and Conor Mason will revisit Figure 8, the fifth and final album Smith completed before his death. Released in 2000, Figure 8 songs have all Smith’s ornate elegance and a sublime mastery of pop hooks. Rolling Stone placed Figure 8 on their list of the 100 greatest albums of the decade and it was included in the book 1001 Albums You Must Hear Before You Die.   As part of the 15th edition of Out To Lunch, by Cathedral Quarter…

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The Mighty Mocambos

25 January, 20:30-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£15
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Getting To Know… Jordan Adetunji

30 January, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

We are delighted to host Jordan Adetunji in the latest instalment of our Getting To Know... series of events. Young artist from Belfast (with London roots) Jordan Adetunji mixes genres to create a new take on hip-hop - one that brings together rap, R&B and trap-soul as well as Afrobeat and an element of rock. His lyrics deal with the everyday struggles that face us all in life as well as his own specific issues and experiences, all rooted in…

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Volume Control Presents Brand New Friend and guests

31 January, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Volume Control in association with the Oh Yeah Music Centre and Independent Venue Week 2020 present:   Brand New Friend Aeons Poetic Licence Blackout Season

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February 2020

Luna Peake // Harley and The Wolf // Peace Evan // American Guinea Pig – #IVW20

1 February, 20:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map

Vault Music and Independent Venue Week are bringing you the freshest of local music scene as part of #IVW20 - Luna Peake - Harley and The Wolf - Peace Evan - American Guinea Pig Door tax: £5

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Output Belfast 2020: Oh Yeah and Third Bar Present

13 February, 20:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
Free

We are exciting to be sharing a stage with Third Bar Artists Development for Output Belfast 2020! In the line-up, two of our 2019/20 Scratch My Progress students: Joel Harkin and Sasha Samara Then, Third Bar will present two sets by The Florentinas and Sister Ghost. Like any other Output Belfast showcases, this concert is free and not submitted to registration. The gig is 18+ as the bar will be open.

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Haus of Falls Presents ‘The Troll Ball’

15 February, 20:00-01:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£5

Bringing you the third installation of the Ball series Haus of Falls Presents welcomes you to attend the Troll Ball! More details will follow soon! A gorgeous Video to tease you all until categories drop!

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[SOLD OUT] New Rules · Extra Matinee Show Announced

16 February
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£14

UPDATE: Due to demand, an extra matinee show has been added! Tickets for this show are now on sale from usual Ticketmaster outlets. Following their sold out 2019 headline tour, New Rules have announced a major tour for 2020 including a show at the Oh Yeah Centre in Belfast on 16 February. New Rules, formed in early 2019, are made up of three songwriters and musicians – Nathan (21, London), Ryan (19, Dublin) and Alec (18, London). The band have…

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PALAYE ROYALE

17 February, 19:30-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£20

Rightfully christened as both “The Hottest Band of 2018” and simply “the” group of the year, by the English music press, Canadian fashion-rock trio PALAYE ROYALE is a shot of adrenaline into the modern musical landscape. Summoning a thrilling spirit, with throwback sonic crunch, visual flair, and reckless live performances, PALAYE ROYALE has quickly earned a legion of obsessive cult-like loyalists, lovingly dubbed Soldiers of the Royal Council. PALAYE ROYALE draw as much inspiration from cinema and philosophy as they…

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Cavetown · SOLD OUT

23 February, 19:00-22:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£22.50

Robin Skinner makes music by himself, in his bedroom under the name CAVETOWN, but his songs belong to the world.His fourth album, LEMON BOY, puts Skinner’s effortless, bright melodies and economic songwriting on full display. From the looping folk-pop title track (with an inventive music video that's racked up 1.2 million YouTube views) to the uke-meets-electronica “Fool” and jazzy “888,” it’s an intimate, calming collection that displays a songwriting craft far beyond his years. Doors: 7PM Tickets: SOLD OUT

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March 2020

The Maine at The Oh Yeah Centre

3 March, 19:00-23:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£20

The Maine are an American rock band from Tempe, Arizona formed in 2007. Their debut album, Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, came out in 2008, followed by Black and White in 2010 – and both received incredible fan support. Seven albums in, and The Maine’s new release, You Are Ok, is arguably the band’s most considerable sonic leap in their twelve-year career. What makes The Maine so unique is their ability to take risks, all while staying tuned in and consistently…

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Girls Rock School NI Presents: The Big IWD Gig

7 March, 19:00-23:30
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
£7

"GRSNI Presents" is the new gig series from the Girls Rock! chapter in NI and they launch their first gig of 2020 with an International Women's Day special! Performances from Sasha Samara, Alumna, Problem Patterns, Gender Chores and a special DJ set from Sister Ghost & Heart Shaped. Doors 7pm Tickets: General admission £7 / £5 unwaged/student Proceeds go toward future GRSNI camps and classes. #GRSNIPresents #TheBigIWDGig

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July 2020

Getting To Know Úna Monaghan

21 July, 20:00-21:00
Oh Yeah Music Centre Belfast, + Google Map
FREE

Getting to Know Úna Monaghan  Tuesday 21st July 2020 8pm on Oh Yeah Facebook and YouTube Live Úna Monaghan is a harper, composer, researcher and sound artist from Belfast. Her recent work has combined traditional music with bronze sculpture, sound art and movement sensors. Her compositions have been presented on BBC and RTÉ television and radio, and in theatre productions, festivals and conferences internationally. She performs with harp and computer, and released an album of her compositions for Irish harp…

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