Kayam

Kayam

The Sunflower Public House

Friday 5 May, 8.00pm

£7.00

On their sophomore album Omens, siblings Kim and Mike Rauss AKA Kayam set off on an ethereal, psychedelic journey of self-discovery building on the success of debut albumSand to Snow.

From the intimacy of folk to indie-pop, Kayam’s sound reflects a lot of nuances and originality rooted in their multicultural upbringing in places like England, Germany, and Israel.

It is in their live performances that Kayam really excel. Kim, who provides stunning vocals, also plays the Celtic Harp.

Mike is a versatile performer who plays guitar and sings. In addition, he also builds intricate fabrics of looped parts, often using his guitar as a percussive instrument and even beatboxing from time to time.  One of the hidden gems of the festival we think.

Tickets also available from: Visit Belfast | 028 90 246 609
9 Donegall Square North - Open 7 days a Week

Music

Dani Larkin – ‘Walking With Natives’ Tour

Dani Larkin – ‘Walking With Natives’ Tour

Duncairn Arts Centre

Thursday 27 April, 7:30pm

Christine Bovill – From Piaf to Pop

Christine Bovill – From Piaf to Pop

The Black Box

Thursday 27 April, 8.00pm

Pye Corner Audio – Live set

Presented by Starr Records and CQAF

Pye Corner Audio – Live set

Ulster Sports Club (Downstairs)

Thursday 27th April, 8.00pm 

Matthew and the Atlas (Solo)

Matthew and the Atlas (Solo)

The Deer’s Head Music Hall

Thursday 27 April, 8.00pm

Kate Nicholson: Heart Sells Poison Single Launch

Kate Nicholson: Heart Sells Poison Single Launch

St Joseph's Church, Sailortown

Friday 28 April, 8.00pm

Sister Sledge + Full Live Band

Sister Sledge + Full Live Band

Festival Marquee

Friday 28 April, 8.00pm

Beirut Groove Collective

Presented by Strange Victory & Back Track

Beirut Groove Collective

The Deer’s Head Music Hall

Saturday 29 April, 8.30pm

David Browne Murray – Square One Album Launch

David Browne Murray – Square One Album Launch

American Bar

Sunday 30 April, 3.00pm

Fly Magic

Presented by Moving on Music

Fly Magic

The Deer’s Head Music Hall

Sunday 30 April, 8.00pm

Taylor Lally – CQAF 2023 Artist in Residence

Taylor Lally – CQAF 2023 Artist in Residence

The Sunflower Public House

Monday 1 May, 8.00pm

Nuala Kennedy with Tony Byrne and Tara Breen

Nuala Kennedy with Tony Byrne and Tara Breen

St Joseph's Church, Sailortown

Tuesday 2 May, 8.00pm

Steve Harley Acoustic Band: 50 Years A Rebel – Live on Stage

Steve Harley Acoustic Band: 50 Years A Rebel – Live on Stage

Festival Marquee

Wednesday 3 May, 8.00pm

Linley Hamilton: ‘Ginger’s Hollow’ Album Launch

Linley Hamilton: ‘Ginger’s Hollow’ Album Launch

The Black Box

Wednesday 3 May, 8.00pm

Boris

Strange Victory in assoc with CQAF Presents

Boris

The Black Box

Thursday 4 May, 8.00pm 

Blind Stitch

Presented by Moving on Music

Blind Stitch

Duncairn Arts Centre

Friday 5 May, 8.00pm 

Badly Drawn Boy: 25 years of Badly Drawn Boy

Badly Drawn Boy: 25 years of Badly Drawn Boy

Festival Marquee

Friday 5 May, 8.00pm

Bernadette Morris: To The Well For Water Album Launch

Bernadette Morris: To The Well For Water Album Launch

St Joseph’s Church, Sailortown

Saturday 6 May, 8.00pm

Bone Machine play the music of Tom Waits

Bone Machine play the music of Tom Waits

The Black Box

Saturday 6 May, 8.00pm

Tom Hingley (Solo, Acoustic)

CQAF in association with Live Free Tourbooking presents

Tom Hingley (Solo, Acoustic)

The Deer’s Head Music Hall

Saturday 6 May, 8.00pm

Otoboke Beaver + Drinking Boys and Girls Choir (Support)

Otoboke Beaver + Drinking Boys and Girls Choir (Support)

The Empire Music Hall

Sunday 7 May, 8.00pm

Supported By

dormant embrace FHM

Contact

The Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival and Out To Lunch are annual festivals of music, comedy, theatre, art and literature which take place in January and May in Belfast, Northern Ireland.

Join our mailing list to keep up to date with festival news, events and early ticket releases.

View Our Privacy Policy

Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival / Out To Lunch Arts Festival
Unit 8
Northern Whig House
Bridge Street
Belfast
BT1 1LU