The Northern Ireland Music Prize honours and celebrates the very best of new, established and emerging Northern Irish music. Taking place in the Ulster Hall on Wednesday 17 November 2021. It is an annual awards night organised by the Oh Yeah Music Centre.
The awards include Best Album supported by PPL, Best Single sponsored by YouTube Music and ATL Introducing Contender Award in association with Oh Yeah. The winners of two categories will be awarded a cash prize of £1,000 and £3,000 will go to the winner of Best Album.
The NI Music Prize takes place during the annual Sound of Belfast, a festival that celebrates the music of the city, from grassroots to established names. It runs 4th – 18th Nov and there are over 50 events in 11 venues featuring 56 artists. All events can be found at www.soundofbelfast.com
NI Music Prize is supported by Arts Council Northern Ireland, Belfast City Council, YouTube Music, PRS Foundation, PPL and PRS.
It is the biggest night of the year under one roof for NI Music and a very limited number of tickets will go on sale on Friday 22nd October.
COVID Status Check
All ticket holders aged 18 and over, will need to provide one of the following:
- Proof of full vaccination
- Proof of a negative Lateral Flow Test
- Proof of natural immunity
Read full details on what is required for a COVID Status Check.
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