Oh Yeah is Belfast’s dedicated music hub, a resource for music makers and also for the music business. It was constituted in 2007 in the belief that music is a valuable agent in Northern Ireland, a catalyst that changes lives for the better.
At the heart of the centre is a fully equipped 300 capacity music venue. The venue can facilitate a range of full standing to seated shows, as well as a hybrid approach. There is also a cafe space that can be utilised for smaller events and acoustic performances.
Artists who have played the venue in the past include The 1975, James Bay, The Maine, Bastille, Ash, Twenty One Pilots, Palace Royale, Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes and Declan McKenna. The venue is ground floor wheelchair accessible and located in the city centre with carparks and on street parking in the vicinity. It has one large dressing/production room with toilet and shower facilities for artists. Secure parking is available for vans on the evening of the show.
Able to support someone with other relevant needs. Accessible toilet available. Assistance dogs welcome. Information available online and/or staff available to advise on further support. Queue jump available for people that can't stand for long periods of time. Venue all one the floor. Wheelchair accessible and/or venue all on the floor.