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The event will take place on Friday 20th March at the Oh Yeah Music Centre, Belfast.
Doors open at 7pm and tickets are £5 (purchased at the door).
This is an ALL AGES event.

The purpose of this gig is to raise awareness of fracking and the negative effects that it has both on the environment and the communities in the areas surrounding drilling sites. The main focus of the event is to bring young people together through music and unite under this key and important cause.

His New Atlas: Founded May 2013 His New Atlas (Eoghan O'Hagan) has now played all over Ireland, Northern Ireland, and England. Just over a year and the 19 year old Eoghan has built a strong name, and reputation for His New Atlas with the successful release of 3 EPs, several tours, and his restless work ethic.
"To say Eoghan O'Hagan has wisdom and songwriting ability beyond his years would be quite the ludicrous understatement given he's the same age as 'Girl from Mars' by Ash. A minimal arrangement gives his voice, full of yearning, the opportunity to truly soar. Ridiculously promising." - BBC Across the Line

Owen McGarry: Owen has his own distinctive sound and is an accomplished song writer too. He has been tipped to play bigger and better stages by several big names in the industry and has had numerous favourable reviews and radio spins from all over America, Australia and Europe including BBC Radio One.
“Owen McGarry is one of those musicians who can be described as captivating both onstage and on record. What makes him special is his ability to hold the audience in the palm of his hand through his storytelling style of music.” - Chordblossom

Runaway GO: Fronted by the dual vocal talents of Dave Jackson and Fiona O'Kane, the Belfast band bridge the gap between indie and pop, with their indie band instrumentation and their anthemic pop melodies, vocal range and harmonies. Whatever category the band are put in, the important thing for this young talented bunch is that their music is emotive and connects with their audience. Individually, four creatives but together each element they bring, through their personalities, in songwriting and during live shows, makes Runaway GO a unique unit.

Matthew Duly: Matthew Duly is a young singer-songwriter from Whitehead (Northern Ireland). He knows how to capture the crowds attention and is no stranger to the stage. He has been praised for his high energy while performing and his catchy songs. Matthew intends to deliver a range of songs, from slow, chilled and emotive songs to more hard hitting.

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