Women’s Work, Aid For Ukraine Live and Get On It!

Women’s Work 2022 is Live!

Women’s Work 2022 has been launched! It will run from 2-5 June with dozens of events to choose from.

Since 2015, Women’s Work has aimed to:

· Promote, celebrate and support women by establishing a local network that is open and accessible to all.

· Have a concentrated series of events ‘Women’s Work’ in and around International Women’s Day to ensure greater impact and reach.

· Empower women to take the lead in shaping their own careers by providing advice, signposting and encouraging discussion.

· To lift and inspire aspiring young female artists to get involved knowing there is positive and supportive network locally.

· Help promote cities like Belfast and Derry as forward thinking music cities supporting its artists through a variety of networks and encouraging diversity and by joining with networks in other cities in other countries.

· Link with other groups nationally and internationally.

· Increase awareness and understanding of equality issues facing women.

· Work towards informing key funding and development bodies that may inform future strategy or priorities.

Aid For Ukraine Fundraising Gig

Oh Yeah has partnered with Stendhal Festival to bring you a brilliant night of music Aid For Ukraine. Proceeds will go to Stowarzyszenie Leubuzzi, a Polish Charity feeding refugees in the town of Ośno Lubuskie.

Featuring sets and performances from…

Duke Special
Phil Taggart
The Wood Burning Savages
Joshua Burnside
Sister Ghost
Lemonade Shoelace

Get On It #3

Join YEO Magazine for another month of sweet sweet live music from some of our favourite local tune makers, supported Dubliner Whiskey.

Buy a ticket in advance and bring a mate for free! This deal only applies to online ticket purchases

Opening the night will be the warm and fuzzy sounds of Heart Shaped, whose 2021 EP ‘Second Hand’ was one of our favourite releases that year. Her follow-up single called ‘No Contact’ is just as tasty, the Houston TX native and Belfast based artist is not to be missed if you’re into your anthemic choruses about the complications of modern romance and self-love.

Next up will be BBC Radio 1 and ATL’s very own Gemma Bradley whose own musical output is as exceptional as her radio presenting. Flavours of acoustic pop are blended with more soulful rhythms and topped off by her mind-blowing vocals. Having just supported one of the world’s most exciting acts of Nilufer Yanya, it wouldn’t be far fetched to say she stole the show. On top of that, her last single ‘Better’ is still stuck in our heads thanks to some irresistibly catchy songwriting.

Closing out the night will be one of the most exciting electronic artists in Belfast at the minute in the shape of Gilmore. By mixing his own productions with absolute floor fillers, he is rightly earning quite the reputation for providing the tunes for a good time. Prepare yourself for a selector that reads a room as good as any and can pick you up from any low you may be going through in life. Oh, it’s going to be a good one!

As always a massive thanks to Dubliner Whiskey who will be providing a free drink on entry plus discounted cocktails all night.