After their most successful Volume Control gig yet, where 168 excited guests attended the event and donated £540 to the Belfast4Haiti appeal.
Volume Control are pleased to announce their next gig is held on Friday 19th March from 7pm until 9.30pm in association with BBC Blast who will be broadcasting the event live on the internet across the UK.
This is a FREE event and will feature some of Northern Ireland’s most promising new bands; The Good Fight, Scruff and Key of Atlas.
Volume Control is led by Belfast promoter, Ryan McCann – who recently celebrated his 16th birthday and has gathered a team of enthusiastic young people who ambitiously want to fill the gap and organise events for the teen market.
To get your FREE ticket please email firstname.lastname@example.org and say “I heart VC, Friday 19th March tickets”. Limited Ticket Available
NB: There will be 1 ticket allocated per email address.
Volume Control in association with BBC Blast
All Ages Gig
featuring The Good Fight, Skruff and The Key Of Atlas
Oh Yeah Music Centre – 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast, BT1 2LG
Friday 19th March, 7pm – 9.30pm
Admission is by ticket only event. Tickets are free please email email@example.com and say “I heart VC, Friday 19th March tickets”
Strictly No Alcohol
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Volume Control is a monthly music event, organised and driven by young people. Volume Control is aimed at the 14-18 group and allows young performers and audience members to enjoy live, original music. Along the way, the Volume Control team will learn about promotions, marketing, media relations, poster design, stage production, event management and project financing. Based in the Oh Yeah music centre, this project equips a new generation with the skill sets to make their own mark on arts, business and music culture.
BBC Blast is the BBC’s network of creative teenagers. It provides access to mentors both online and in free events and workshops across the UK. With opportunities to showcase talent, enter competitions and get exclusive creative experiences such as work experience, it’s the place for teenagers to get creative. Although, the website specifically caters for 13 to 19 year olds, the BBC Blast project also runs a variety of work experience schemes for young adults between the ages of 18 to 25, who are just taking their first steps into the creative industries. Blast has been running since 2002. www.bbc.co.uk/blastni
The Good Fight an unsigned four piece band from Coleraine and Belfast. They were the ATL Rock School winners in 2008 and have recently celebrated the release of their debut single “Kick Start” on sale now. http://www.myspace.com/thegoodfightni
Skruff are a four piece from Derry who have supported The Enemy back in 2008 and have also played Glasgowbury. Since then they have released various singles including “This Is Not OK”. http://www.myspace.com/skruffderry
Key Of Atlas are an unsigned band from Belfast who have been together for almost two years. They have supported A Plastic Rose and they were the first band to perform live in the City Hall at their grand reopening