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Oh Yeah Music Centre
15-21 Gordon Street
Belfast (Belfast)



Oh Yeah Music Centre•15-21 Gordon Street•Belfast•UK



  • JAN
  • 28
    Independent Venue Week Special |

    Oh Yeah Music Centre presents...
    An Independent Venue Week Special
    Our Krypton Son
    Joel Harkin
    Saturday 28th January
    9pm, £5
    Bar service. Over 18s. Late show.

    Oh Yeah is delighted to be once again taking part in Independent Venue Week. The campaign now in it’s forth year celebrates the spirit of small and grass roots venues and the culture of live music. It supports the venues that play a significant role to musicians and fans alike, and will run from 23rd -29th January across the UK.

    This year’s IVW ambassador is Tim Burgess of the Charlatans, who is also a solo artist, author and record label boss. Burgess will follow in the footsteps of previous ambassadors Wolf Alice, Frank Turner and Radiohead’s Colin Greenwood.

    This will be one of a series of special Oh Yeah events across 2017 to mark the tenth anniversary of the centre.
    The Oh Yeah event will feature a line up of new, rising and established acts from Northern Ireland.

    Arborist: Mark McCambridge played his first show as ARBORIST in 2014 supporting James Yorkston. A solo tour of Ireland followed before impressive performances led to notable support slots alongside Low, Cat Power, Echo and The Bunnymen and Guy Garvey.
    Since the release of their debut single "Twisted Arrow" in 2015, Arborist have become somewhat cult properties, thanks in no small part to KIM DEAL (Pixies, The Breeders) contributing delicate harmonies to the song. A nonchalant and thoughtful piece of Americana, conceived in Belfast, it premiered on Stereogum and The Line of Best Fit with extensive play on BBC 6 Music
    UNCUT 8/10 “A staggering debut of depth and substance", ★★★★
    The Guardian "A Man of My Age feels like an instant classic" and ★★★★
    Mojo "A deliciously self-assured collection."
    Franklyn: These four musicians used to be three quarters General Fiasco and one quarter Jane Bradfords. Franklyn are a new sound with a new single and a new focus, they’ve already clocked up some recording, writing and gigging time including shows with Idlewild and Twin Atlantic. New double a-side ‘Friends’ & ‘Tongue Tied’ is out on 13th Jan via No Dancing Records.
    Our Krypton Son: An outstanding songwriting talent from Derry is returning to 2017 with a new album entitled Fleas and Diamonds, which will be out in March. OKS is listed as one of The Thin Air’s 17 artists for 2017, with the recent single ‘Relic’ also featuring in their top 100 Irish tracks of the year.
    "Swooning chord changes and sublime harmonies that forge across four minutes of alt-pop conjuring everyone from Wilco, Ron Sexsmith and The Beach Boys" - The Thin Air
    Joel Harkin: Joel is one to watch in 2017, and will make his Oh Yeah debut on Jan 28th. Joel is an ambient lofi folk artist based in Belfast. Originally from Donegal, Harkin writes about his experiences and surroundings. These emotive songs coupled with his performance style make the intimate shows he plays intimate and thought provoking.

  • Oh Yeah Music Centre
  • 15-21 Gordon Street
  • Belfast
  • BT1 2LG
  • 9pm | £5 | TICKETS
  • FEB
  • 19
    Four Year Strong | Presents:
    & Guests
    American pop punk / melodic hardcore band Four Year Strong have announced a Belfast headline show at Oh Yeah Centre on Sunday February 19th 2017. The group is from Worcester Massachusetts formed in 2001 consists of vocalists and guitarists Dan O'Connor and Alan Day, bassist Joe Weiss, and drummer Jackson Massucco. They have released five studio albums, their recent self-titled album was released on June 2, 2015 through Pure Noise Records. 
    The band has done multiple national tours, sharing the stage with such bands as The Starting Line, Slip On It, Hellogoodbye, From First to Last, Every Time I Die, Meg & Dia, Hidden in Plain View, Alexisonfire, All Time Low, Blink-182, Mayday Parade, New Found Glory, Bayside and Steel Train. The band toured in February–April 2009 as part of the Taste of Chaos tour, and has also joined the Warped Tour.
    Tickets on sale from,, Katy’s Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. 
    14+ Show 
  • Oh Yeah Music Centre
  • 15 - 21 Gordon St, Belfast
  • BT1 2 LG
  • 7pm - Late | £14.50 + Booking Fee | 
  • FEB
  • 27
    Vant | Presents:
    & Guests
    UK indie-rock act VANT announce Belfast headline show at the Oh Yeah Centre on February 27th 2017. The band's most recent EP 'Karma Seeker' was released on 5th August 2016.
    Tickets on sale  from,, Katy's Bar & Ticketmaster outlets nationwide. 
    14+ Show 
  • Oh Yeah Music Center 
  • 15 - 21 Gordon St, Belfast
  • BT1 2LG
  • 7pm - Late | £12.50 + Booking Fee | 
  • MAR
  • 21
    Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes | Presents:
    Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes
    & Guests
    English hardcore punk band Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes are pleased to announce a headline show at Oh Yeah Centre, Belfast on Tuesday March 21st 2017. Formed in 2015 by former Gallows and Pure Love frontman Frank Carter, they release their new album 'Modern Run' on January 27th 2017.
    The follow-up to 2015’s storming ‘Blossom’ is titled ‘Modern Ruin’ and lands via their own imprint International Death Cult via Kobalt Label Services on Friday 27th January 2017.Billed as a ‘daring, boldly anthemic record’ and Frank Carter’s ‘most infectious to date’, the album was mixed by Catherine Marks (Foals/ Wolf Alice) and recorded by Thomas Mitchener, the band’s former touring bassist in his own Broadfields Studio. As a tantalising taster, the band have unleashed another song, 'Lullaby’, which follows in the footsteps of blistering current single 'Snake Eyes'.
    Tuesday 21st March
    14+ Show
  • Oh Yeah Music Center
  • 15 - 21 Gordon at, Belfast 
  • BT1 2LG
  • 7pm - Late | £15 + Booking Fee | 
  • MAY
  • 02
    While She Sleeps | Presents:
    While She Sleeps
    & Guests
    UK metalcore band While She Sleeps are pleased to announce a Belfast headline show at Oh Yeah Centre on May 02nd 2017. The bands third studio album 'YOU ARE WE' is due for release in April 2017.
    Formed in 2006, the group consists of vocalist Lawrence Taylor, guitarists Sean Long and Mat Welsh, bassist Aaran McKenzie and drummer Adam Savage. They are currently signed to Search and Destroy Records in the UK, The End Records in the US and Shock Records in Australia. They have released one mini-album, The North Stands for Nothing, in 2010, and two studio albums, This Is the Six and Brainwashed, on 13 August 2012 and 23 March 2015 respectively. They received the Best British Newcomer award at the Kerrang! Awards 2012.
    Tuesday 02nd May 
    14+ Show 
  • Oh Yeah Music Center
  • 15 - 21 Gordon St, Belfast 
  • BT1 2LG 
  • 7pm - Late | £16.50 + Booking Fee | 

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