Output Festival: Who to see and why this brilliant Belfast music event is worth your time

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Output Festival and conference is returning to Belfast this month. The event will see top names from the global music industry speak at one of the country’s biggest music conferences.

On top of that, there will also be a ‘Music Showcase’ in venues throughout Belfast, with many of the top rising stars from across Ireland performing in intimate venues.

When is it?

The Festival itself will take place on Thursday, February 13 and split into two sections.

The ‘conference’ section of the festival will take place between 9.30am-5pm.

The ‘Music Showcase’ gigs will take place from 8pm and go on until midnight.

Where is it?

The Output conference will take place in The Mac.

Music showcase events will take place in some of Belfast’s best-loved venues, with gigs happening in Dirty Onion, Duke of York, Bullitt, Babel, The Black Box, The National, Voodoo, The Oh Yeah Centre and the Ulster Sports Club.

Why should I go?



This is your chance to see some of best acts in Ireland at the early stages of their career. With many ‘industry’ types there, expect artists to be on their best form.

On top of that, for those who looking to pursue a career in the music industry, the Output conference events are indispensible. From master-classes in artist branding, to advice on how to make a hit, this is a brilliant chance for you to get to grips with the industry by learning from some of its big players.

Which artists should I see?

Cherym



Punk music with a hell of a lot of soul, Derry three-piece Cherym have won hundreds of fans over with their heart-on-sleeve lyrics, catchy hooks and energetic live sets.  They’ll perform at the Dirty Onion at 11pm.

Kehli

Similar to artists like Dua Lipa and Zara Larsson in terms of her music and style, 18 year old Dublin act Kehli is an Irish pop star in waiting. Her singles, ‘Believe It’ and ‘One Last Kiss’ are proof of her talent. This will be the first chance that Belfast audience have to see her perform. She’ll be on in the Duke of York at 9.30pm

Tebi Rex



With Irish hip-hop coming into its own more and more every year, Tebi Rex are one of the most exciting rap duos at the moment. Their debut album, The Young Will Eat The Old, secured their spot as one of the best young groups in Ireland and this will be is a chance to see an electrifying act in their ascendancy.  They’ll perform at the Ulster Sports Club at 10.30pm.

Reevah

Having grown up surrounded by music and art in her family home, Derry artist Aoife Boyle (aka Reevah) has forged a path with her own brand of dreamy indie-folk. Her singles ‘Hummingbird’, ‘Older Now’ and ’26’ show why she’s one of the best in the North. She’ll perform at The National at 9.15pm.

Junk Drawer

Having bagged the NI Music Prize award in 2019 for their single ‘Year of the Sofa’, Junk Drawer have proved themselves to be one of the most exciting bands on the Belfast scene. Merging post-punk, indie and psychedelic rock, they’re rightly praised for their live shows.  They’ll perform at Bullitt Lobby at 10pm.

Find the full line-up of music events here:



 


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