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Queen's University Visitors' Centre
Information point for visitors and tourists, situated in the heart of the university, with exhibitions, displays, artefacts, souvenirs and gifts.
Afghanistan: If I Can Be A Voice
Amnesty International presents a contemporary photography exhibition which explores the stories of women who left Afghanistan for the UK. The images tell the story of war, revolution and new beginnings.
Bell X1, We Cut Corners
Indie-rock by the Dublin-based band.
Motor City Drum Ensemble
Danilo Plessow plays soul, disco and house.
House and techno courtesy of Motor City Drum Ensemble, Matt Burns, Paddy Towe and Phil Lucas.
The Bonnevilles, Smoking Tongue, Whanau, Nathan Miller, LaH NaRRaD
The Belfast based duo perform garage punk and blues tracks from their album Folk Art And The Death Of Electric Jesus. Plus guests.
Shine Boxing Night
Dave Clarke, Bicep, Ejeca, Jeremy Underground Paris, Space Dimension Controller, Swoose, Cromby, JC Williams, Sam Graham, Jordan play house, electronica and dance.
The Met Arena 2013
DJs and special guests provide house and electronica.
Alex Kidd, Kutski, A*S*Y*S, Dark By Design and L.E.D. spin hard dance.
DJ Deci spins rock and pop.
Resident DJs provide R&B, hip hop, funk and soul.
Ron Pope, Wakey!Wakey!, Alexz Johnson
Lively pop and rock performed by the American singer-songwriter and musician.
August Burns Red, Being As An Ocean
The American Christian band plays up-tempo metalcore to promote the album Rescue & Restore.
A classical music recital by the Norwegian cellist.
Grieg Piano Trio
Classical music recital.
Vertavo String Quartet
The Norwegian group performs a selection of classical pieces.
The pianist performs a selection of classical works.
The Dublin-born singer-songwriter plays Celtic folk.
The American singer-songwriter and ex-The Czars frontman performs Americana infused blues-rock to promote the album Pale Green Ghosts.
The four-piece, with members from Hunstanton and King's Lynn, plays anthemic alternative rock and post-hardcore.
The Southampton-born singer-songwriter, guitarist and winner of the X Factor 2010 plays pop-rock in support of his second album The Fire.