Another series of exciting events have now been confirmed for Belfast Music Week 2012, which runs November 4-11.
Central to this announcement is a very special event named In-Spired. Co-ordinated by Katie Richardson (Katie and the Carnival), this one-off event will see some of Northern Ireland’s finest bands and artists join forces to produce a unique experience for all in a beautiful setting.
Belfast’s QFT will also host the cinema premiere of Two Door Cinema Club documentary What We See, providing a behind the scenes view of life on the road for the hottest band of the year!
Stuart Bailie, CEO of the Oh Yeah Music Centre, and Belfast Music Week co-ordinator, said: 'Last year there were 170 events in the Belfast Music Week programme and we’re confident that we can match that level of activity in November. There are some amazing ideas in development and we aim to report back with some very special news in the coming days.'
Further music events added to Belfast Music Week 2012 are:
Mon 5 - Wed 7: Live acoustic sessions at HMV Records
A Plastic Rose, Allie Bradley, Burning Codes, Seven Summits, Tom McShane, Master and Dog.
Mon 5 - Shizznigh promotions presents
FOG, Chocolate Love Factory, Stand With Heretics, Stereo War Favorites, Halfway Down, Bellos.
Mon 5: What We See
The cinema premiere of a Two Door Cinema Club documentary at Queen's Film Theatre.
Tues 6: In-Spired
Voices, Music and Choirs. Some of our most loved acts, working with each other and with unique choral arrangements. Co-ordinated by Katie Richardson. A must-see moment!
Wed 7 - Fri 9: Belfast Music Society presents: Northern Lights Mini-fest
Cantabile Quartet with Belfast cellist David Sloane, Aoife Miskelly, William Vann, Peter Moore, Nicholas Oliver.
Fri 9 - Listening Party
Belfast special for international radio show The Selector and almost four million listeners. The November 9 broadcast will be themed around great new music from Northern Ireland and specially timed to coincide with Belfast Music Week.
Sun 11 - The Distortion Project presents ‘Wired And Inspired’
Two part event. Acoustic performances from Honey For Christ, Skypilot, plus special guest. High voltage performances from By Any Means, Sinocence, Triggerman, Skypilot, The Obscene Machine, Honey For Christ
Belfast City Council’s Belfast Music Week is co-ordinated by the Oh Yeah Music Centre and supported by the Northern Ireland Tourist Board, Belfast Visitor and Convention Bureau, the Arts Council of Northern
Ireland and Tourism Ireland.
Further events are due to be announced in the coming weeks with tickets available now.