Volume Control is back for 2019!
Oh Yeah youth music promoters ‘Volume Control’ return with support from Universal Music UK Sound Foundation.
The Oh Yeah Music Centre in Belfast is pleased to announce the return of its youth events mentoring programme Volume Control.
The award winning project is to be supported by the Universal Music UK Sound Foundation, an independent music education charity, established in 1997 to celebrate the centenary of EMI Records and now supported by Universal Music.
Volume Control which is also supported through the Conor Shaw Bursary is a programme that develops the skills and knowledge of young people in events promotion and offers an OCN qualification. It gives a platform and a stage to new music and affords an under 18s audience the opportunity to attend live gigs.
Steered by Oh Yeah mentors and industry professionals the team are guided in the organisation and running of a series of live music events. From booking acts to box office, risk assessments, marketing, promotions, sound, lighting, stage management, artist liaison and more.
The latest cohort of young people taking part in this unique project will be announced in the coming weeks along with their brand new mentor.
For now they are working hard, meeting weekly and planning their first show of 2019 which they will present as a Summer Solstice special on Friday 21st June.
The event will feature performances from fresh young acts for the future including punk pop four piece American Guinea Pig, Xiola Blue and Anja Di Roma.
More exciting info coming soon but for now get your tickets for the Summer Solstice via the Oh Yeah Eventbrite (from 6pm Friday 24th May)
Volume Control presents:
American Guinea Pig
Anja Di Roma
Friday 21st June
Tickets £5 from Oh Yeah Eventbrite.