Oh Yeah is a venue, situated in Cathedral Quarter of Belfast. It opened its doors in 2005 and was initially founded to support emerging talented musicians and bands by providing them with a place and equipment for recording, rehearsing, organising events and performances. The music genres of Oh Yeah Centre vary greatly: experimental rock, crossover, post punk, post rock, electronica, indie rock, alternative rock, etc. The venue features workshops and courses as well as rooms for hire.
The Oh Yeah Music Centre is located at 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast. The venue is easily accessible bus, train, and car.
By train and tube: if you are travelling by train, Great Victoria Street Railway Station is located only 17 minutes walk away from the Music Centre.
By bus: if you prefer getting to the venue by bus, the nearest bus stop would be Great Victoria Street Bus Station, located within only 16 minutes of walking distance from your destination.
By car: the Oh Yeah is situated pretty close to major streets and roads (Victoria Street and A3 Road) as well as M3 motorway.
International: it will take you around 25 minutes to get to the venue from the Belfast International Airport if you take the M2 motorway. However, if you are travelling from the George Best Belfast City Airport, it will take you only 9 minutes to get to the Oh Yeah Music Centre.
The venue does not offer any parking for its guests. However, there are car parks and on-street parking within few minutes of walking distance. The majority of them have designated parking spots for blue badge holders.
Access for people with special needs
The entrance and the reception to the venue is wheelchair accessible. The lift will take guests with disabilities to all three floors. There are unisex, wheelchair accessible toilets on the ground floor. Assistance dogs are very welcome.