The [b:e02ba098e6]BBC Raw Money[/b:e02ba098e6] campaign teams up with [b:e02ba098e6]Across the Line[/b:e02ba098e6] at the Oh Yeah centre for a night of music with a message.
A host of brand new and established music talent will either play cover versions or alternative versions from their own repertoire on the subject of hard times.
Appearing at the [b:e02ba098e6]Oh Yeah Centre[/b:e02ba098e6] will be a host of local talent such as (in no particular order) [b:e02ba098e6]Foy Vance, Captain Kennedy, Here Comes the Landed Gentry, Swell Time, John Shelly and the Creatures, Pocket Promise, Yes Cadets, Cat Malojian, Ciara Cowan, Panda Kopanda, Swanee River and the Dirty Blues Band[/b:e02ba098e6]. More may yet be added.
Advice on how to manage your personal finance will also be on hand.
Recording for broadcast on [b:e02ba098e6]BBC Radio Ulster[/b:e02ba098e6] at the [b:e02ba098e6]Oh Yeah Music Centre[/b:e02ba098e6], 15-21 Gordon Street, Belfast, BT1 2LG, on [b:e02ba098e6]Friday 6 November.
Doors open at 7pm.[/b:e02ba098e6]
To apply for tickets, visit the BBC Tickets website or call the BBC Ticket Line on 0370 901 1227.
However, being the generous guys that we are (and because we have no friends) we (Captain Kennedy) are giving away two guestlist passes. All you have to do is send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and the name of the lucky person your taking with you......