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October 2021

Holly Humberstone

31 October, 19:00-22:30
£13.50

Shine in association with MCD present; Holly Humberstone Sunday 31st October 2021 Oh Yeah Music Centre TICKETS ON SALE; FRIDAY JUNE 04TH 2021 AT 9AM FROM TICKETMASTER.IE UK breakthrough artist Holly Humberstone is pleased to announce a headline Belfast show at Oh Yeah Music Centre on Sunday 31st October 2021. In less than a year, Holly Humberstone has become the most hotly-tipped artist and recently named in the prestigious BBC Sound of 2021 longlist. The 20-year-old singer-songwriter's accolades are far reaching for an artist so…

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November 2021

True North

4 November, 19:30-23:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. A live music event featuring Gareth Dunlop & Jealous of The Birds. “To the people I belong to, To the town I call my own, Yeah the true north in my heartbeat, Always calls me home.” True North - Gareth Dunlop “I want to go where the songs are sung, where the copper roofs shine, where the warm lights are strung” Belfast Song - Jealous of The Birds Earlier this year the Oh Yeah…

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Mothers In Music: Live

5 November, 19:00-22:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. In early 2021 Oh Yeah Belfast formed a collective called Mothers In Music through help from the Spirit 2012 Carers Music Fund. The aim was simple - bring a group of women with caring responsibilities together and make music the focus. 16 women from all over Ireland became part of the collective and they met weekly. While that dreaded by very real mama guilt didn’t exit the room immediately, other tasks were put to…

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The Allergies

6 November, 20:30-7 November, 20:30
£19.25

The duo of DJ Moneyshot and Rackabeat have been delighting dance floors and lighting up the radio airwaves since forming The Allergies in 2012. Year in, year out, they’ve sharpened their skills on the turntables and in the studio, dropping one dynamite record after another. Clocking up ‘Album of The Day’ gongs, national ad campaign spots, and Radio 6 Music A-list status, the pair show no sign of stopping the fun. They’re about to cut the ribbon on their fifth…

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RiotGrrl Collective Belfast presents…

7 November, 19:00-22:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. The RiotGrrl Collective Belfast is for anyone who identifies as a woman or girl, young and old, with a passion for punk and feminist ideals. We’re all about solidarity and support – this girl gang has your back! We want to change punk in Belfast, to bring women and girls back into the scene here, because punk is dead without women! The launch event features: a roundtable discussion with punk women…

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Over The Hill presents Room Songs

8 November, 19:00-22:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. This film short follows four older musicians living alone. This COVID-19 restriction tale allows us into the thought processes of trying to deal with living with the same four walls for months on end. What does this room say to you? what do you say back? can I write music to describe this? Our four protagonists deal with this in their own individual ways, where humour is often a mask for…

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Getting To Know… Henry Cluney

9 November, 19:00-21:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. Henry Cluney, one of the original members of Stiff Little Fingers and actively gigging solo artist and member of XSLF will share stories, memories and music. The evening will also include the launch of two new items of memorabilia donated by Henry to the NI Music Exhibition. The items represent Henry’s time with SLF and include a guitar case used on their first headline tour of Inflammable Material. The other is…

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Magy’s Farm Collective

10 November, 19:00-23:00
£10

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. This is a special one-off showcase event which will introduce five brand new artists to the musical family in Northern Ireland: Niamh Murray, Clodagh May, Cara Quinn, Lara O’Donnell and Rhian Brownlow. All singer-songwriters who became part of a unique mentorship programme at Magy’s Farm, a musical retreat in County Down, during lockdown. Across the last year each of the artists have worked alongside Jude Johnstone (Nashville), Foy Vance, Dana Masters, producers Rocky ‘O’Reilly,…

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No Oil Paintings + Myles McCormack + Vivamagnolia

11 November, 19:00-23:00
£5

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Hot off the heels of two successful performances at this year's Stendhal Festival and having recently released the first single from their upcoming debut album Rain Season to glowing reviews, No Oil Paintings return to their home town of Belfast to premier the album's second single, Leave Me My Name in the Oh Yeah Centre on 11th November. Providing support are the phenomenal talents of Myles McCormac and Vivamagnolia. This promises to be a…

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An Introduction to the Musicians’ Union – Be Part of Something Bigger

11 November, 19:30-20:30
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. The Musicians’ Union (MU) is a community of around 32,000 musicians coming together to help each other. We work to protect our members’ rights and campaign for a fairer music industry. Join Louise for a short introduction to the MU, get advice on how you can access expert music industry support and tailored services on demand as well as helping you to protect your rights, and make sure you get paid.…

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Help Musicians NI presents Building Confidence + Coping With Change

12 November, 12:30-14:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. There’s a lot to deal with right now. As the music industry returns to a more familiar rhythm, it’s perfectly normal to find the ongoing change to be overwhelming at times, or for your confidence to have taken a hit. If you're a performer, composer, sound engineer, or hold any other career in the music industry, join Help Musicians to build a toolbox of coping strategies to work through these changing…

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Volume Control presents Clash of the Newbreeds

12 November, 19:00-23:00
£5

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Live music is BACK and what better way to celebrate than showcasing the latest young and talented artists on the NI Scene? The Youth Events team at Volume Control are delighted to bring you their first live gig for young people in over 18 months with Clash of the New Breeds, our flagship battle of the bands competition. We will have 6 live finalists perform on the night for a youth audience and top…

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Acoustic Picnic

13 November, 11:00-14:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. It has been far too long since we welcomed all of you lovely families into the Oh Yeah Centre for an afternoon of live music, games and creativity. Aimed at those of you with young children, Acoustic Picnic is totally free of charge with the aim that you can bring your own picnic to enjoy during the day. We will have tabletop games, arts and crafts, instruments to explore and a…

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Bangers ‘N’ Mashups LIVE

13 November, 19:00-14 November, 19:00
£10

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Bangers ‘N’ Mashups compilation saw Pals Covering Pals in the name of solidarity & charity. Now it’s coming to you LIVE! in a Sound of Belfast special. Ferocious Punks Mob Wife, Pop Superstar Sasha Samara, Electronic Wonk Pop FRUITY and more! Do. Not. Miss. This.

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Help Musicians presents Paint and Sip

14 November, 18:00-19:30
£10

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Join Help Musicians for an evening of creativity, chat, and the sip of your choice as part of this year’s Sound of Belfast festival! A special guest musician will be posing and all drawing materials will be provided to attendees. Tickets are £10 and all proceeds will be donated to Help Musicians.

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Breaking Into Music

16 November, 10:00-16:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. Places limited. Schools and colleges contact sian@ohyeahbelfast.com for more details. Breaking Into Music is a youth music conference aimed to provide space for young artists and performers to find out more about all aspects of the music industry. With interactive panels and industry information sessions, attendees will have a chance to ask questions, build networks and hear some insider tips of the trade. The schedule will include panels with artist managers,…

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Scratch My Progress Showcase

16 November, 18:00-22:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. Scratch My Progress is the Oh Yeah Music Centre’s annual talent development programme supported by PRS Foundation and YouTube Music. It has been running for 10 years and previous graduates include Kitt Philippa, Sister Ghost, Gemma Bradley, Careerist and more. We are so excited to stage, for the first time, the 2020 graduates in this Sound of Belfast special live event. There is a strictly limited capacity and first come, first…

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Music Cities Afternoon in association with Music Connections

17 November, 12:00-17:00
Free

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. Advance registration mandatory. Our Music Cities Afternoon is designed to bring people together and an opportunity to discuss a range of issues affecting musicians and our wider music community. We have partnered with Music Connections to deliver a series of panels and discussions. Come join the conversation! 12:00 · Event opens 12:15 · Music Connections opening address Music Connections launched in July 2021 to bring the NI music sector the latest news, views and…

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No Photos

18 November, 21:00-19 November, 21:00
£7

A Sound Of Belfast 2021 event. New night. Eclectic electronic. Come find out. Marion Hawkes Bricknasty Oscar Waves

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Conor Marcus

25 November, 19:00-22:30
£14.50

Fresh from his success on ITV’s The Voice Kids UK, one of Ireland’s rising artists Conor Marcus is pleased to announce a headline show at the Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast on Thursday 25th November 2021. Following on from a huge year, Conor Marcus will release his fifth single “Love You Again" on July 9th 2021. Conor has received key support from national radio in Ireland and locally from Q Radio, Cool FM and BBC Radio Ulster and with praise from Gary…

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GIRLI ‘Damsel in Distress’ Tour (14+)

26 November, 18:00-22:00
£12

Before she was GIRLI, Milly grew up in north London with her performance-loving family, both parents being actors. As a young kid, her rebellion was not being artistic: she was a science nerd, and later deeply into politics and her school debate society, even briefly serving as a Youth MP for Camden. She was bullied at school, and retreated into a fantasy world of reading and writing fiction. Then, during her GCSEs, she discovered music. Inspired by her favourite indie bands, like…

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The Hacklers + Guests

26 November, 19:30-27 November, 19:30
£15

Have you had a serious Ska / Punk shaped hole in you're life? Well look no further!! Friday 3rd December brings one of the hottest line ups to hit Belfast in years! The Hacklers: Irelands finest ska outfit playing nothing but the best of the rude boy sound. United Bottles: Formed in 2015 from the ashes of Runnin' Riot, They play uncompromising melodic, sing-a-long street punk tunes incorporating a slightly heavier edge at times. The Skallions: The Skallions are ready…

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December 2021

We Are Ghosts

4 December, 19:30-23:30
£8

Following their sell out date in October We Are Ghosts make a return to Belfast for what is sure to be a great Christmas party night. A fresh selection of rock classics with anthems from from Black Crowes, Bon Jovi, Def Leppard, Guns 'n Roses, Queen, Skynryd, Zeppelin and many more of your favourites will make this a night to remember. Support from up and coming local band, the Elephant Stag Party. Tickets

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January 2022

Crowd Company

29 January, 2022, 20:30-01:30
£17.50

From London, Crowd Company are one of the UK’s top soul funk bands – a modern take on vintage 70s soul funk with unexpected twists and turns. Crowd Company were named  as a ‘Top Release of 2019′ on the Craig Charles BBC Radio 6 show. And also their latest album was featured by Craig as a ‘Top Pick for 2020’ The band is known for rich songwriting combined with catchy hooks and features three outstanding soulful vocalists often blending exquisite…

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April 2022

Lewis Watson

23 April, 2022, 18:00-21:30
£14
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Corduroy

30 April, 2022, 20:30-01:30
£20

Rescheduled from September 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions. Amidst the exaggerated swagger of ‘Lad-Rock’ and the self-conscious ‘Brit-Pop’ excesses of the mid-nineteen nineties, the NME Reader’s ‘Best Live Act’ awards, placed an Acid Jazz combo, Corduroy, amongst its top five…not bad for a band of who’s stage set largely consisted of instrumentals. Formed in December 1991,and signed to Acid Jazz Records in January 1992, the south-London four-piece’s live performance was energetic and infectious; rubber-band bass runs, buzz-saw guitar lines, creative funky…

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September 2022

The Other Favorites & Reina del Cid

30 September, 2022, 20:00-23:00
£20

Rearranged due to Covid 19. Tickets remain valid for rescheduled date: 30th September 2022.   The Other Favorites is the long time duo project of Carson McKee and Josh Turner. Perhaps best known for their performances on YouTube, which have garnered millions of views. The Other Favorites are now based out of Brooklyn, NY. Together, Turner and McKee bring their shared influences of folk, bluegrass and classic rock into a modern framework; one distinguished by incisive songwriting, virtuosic guitar work…

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