The one and only Rockaoke are making a long overdue return to Belfast’s Empire Music Hall.
And they want you to join them, literally, by getting on stage and singing lead vocals.
The event will take place on Saturday September 19 and is in aid of local breast cancer charity Pretty ‘n’ Pink.
Pretty ‘n’ Pink are calling on wannabe stars to register to sing by contacting the charity on 02890 517043, or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are not a singer but would still like to come along for the craic tickets are available at £10 each from The Empire, and Ticketmaster.
Rockaoke are the UK’s leading live rock band karaoke outfit. With a host of London residencies under their belt, they travelled the UK with former BBC Radio 1 DJ Chris Moyles on his farewell tour, performed at BBC Radio 2’s Chris Evans’ Carefest in 2012 and 2013 and at the inaugural BBC 6 Music Festival in 2014.
A number of celebrities are among the 40,000+ aspiring rock stars who have performed with Rockaoke including Chesney Hawkes at Belfast’s Empire Music Hall, Patrick Kielty, James Cordon, Richard Hammond, Mel C, James Nesbitt, Denise Van Outen and Pink Floyd legend, Dave Gilmour.
It promises to be a great night with a panel of judges, to help choose the ultimate ‘winner’, and there will also be the infamous ‘You Give Rock a Bad Name’ prize for the singer who displays the most enthusiasm (if not the best voice).
Funds raised from the event will go toward the Pretty ‘n’ Pink Support Fund which provides practical financial support to breast cancer patients and their families across Northern Ireland.