Events Belfast Music Week - Legends Night (Oh Yeah Centre)

The Oh Yeah music centre is a former bonded whiskey warehouse in the heart of the Cathedral Quarter, Belfast's cultural district. It measures 14 500 square feet over three floors and features a performance space, a drop-in area, office units, a privately-run recording studio and exhibition space. Several parts of the building are scheduled for renovation.

Oh Yeah was recognised as a charity in 2008. Since moving into the building in 2007, we have hosted live events with the likes of Elbow, Gary Lightbody, Tim Wheeler from Ash, Duke Special, Foy Vance, Iain Archer, James Walsh from Starsailor, Lisa Hannigan and Jello Biafra.

Tonight Oh Yeah Centre are hosting The third annual ‘Oh Yeah Legends' award will be presented on Sept 17 at Oh Yeah, recognising major contributions to the NI music scene,  This year's recipients are The Undertones.

The details of the night are:

The Undertones, DJ Terri Hooley, plus special guests. Presented by Mike Edgar and Bronagh Gallagher.

Published on July 9th, 2015 | by Brian Coney

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Oh Yeah Centre Summer Camps

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Interested in music journalism and photography? Like the idea of learning how it works by actively creating your own magazine or blog, complete with photos, reviews, news and features?

Oh Yeah has teamed up with yours truly, The Thin Air, and Carrie Davenport Photography to provide hands on learning in publishing. Over the course of five days participants will work together under guidance from our experts to deliver what will be a fun, colourful, engaging Zine and blog that you will produce and publish at the end of the week.

Both elements will come together at the end of the week to take you through the process of uploading and editing to layout and style.

Book a place here. Alternatively contact info@ohyeahbelfast.com

Fee £120 per person. Ages 12- 19. 10am-4pm daily. Monday 20th-Friday 24th July.

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is the editor of The Thin Air. He likes pizza, Philip Glass and mid-Nineties U.S. indie rock. Follow him on Twitter @brianconey.



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