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There will be a series of free concerts, gigs and other events taking place across Belfast on Saturday as part of a takeover by Help Musicians NI.
The charity recently launched in the region and has organised a concert featuring several performances at the bandstand in Botanic Gardens from noon.
There will also be an open-mic session at Castle Court shopping centre and other pop-up gigs at locations around the city in partnership with the Little Concert initiative.
Nikki MacRae, from Help Musicians NI said: “We launched Help Musicians Northern Ireland last week in the Oh Yeah Music Centre and we’ve been running pop-up gigs and events pretty solidly since then.
“Today is our big Help Musicians takeover day, our main stages are at Botanic Gardens, Castle Court and Dawsons Music Shop in city centre between 12 and 4pm.
“At Castle Court, we have an open mic stand and whilst we do have that filled up at the moment, anybody is welcome to come down with a guitar and I’m sure we’ll be able to fit them in.”
She added: “It’s an exciting opportunity for anyone who maybe hasn’t felt comfortable trying to book a gig for themselves yet but still wants to be heard.”