FRIDAY 20th OCTOBER 2017
Limelight 1, Belfast
General tickets on sale Thursday 8th June priced £16+bf from shine.net, Katy's Bar, Ticketmaster outlets & Resident Advisor.
Following a raucous Northern Irish debut last weekend at AVA Festival, FATIMA YAMAHA has today announced a return to Belfast this October 20th to play live at The Limelight, as part of an Autumn European headline tour.
The Dutch Producer’s live performances along with the stellar hit single 'What's A Girl to Do' have catipulted Fatima to main stage stardom in recent years, whilst hammering out quality releases under numerous aliases for the last decade has seen Bas Bron remain a firm favourite of the underground.
Tickets go on sale Thursday 8th June at 1pm.
Fatima Yamaha is the story of a release on D1 Recordings, of a small number of records pressed, and of a side-product quickly put on the backburner. Yet the story picks up fully eight years later via Magnetron Music, with the electronic scene going mad for that long-forgotten song. For many years, Fatima Yamaha was shrouded in mystery, known only to be a project led by “a young lady born to a Japanese father and a Turkish mother”. Now, after two fully sold out tours in the past two years, the mystery remains. In 2015, he collaborated with Dekmantel on a reworking of his hit “What’s A Girl To Do?” and in 2017 the next hit “Araya” arrived. Meanwhile, his live shows unfailingly live up to expectations, offering refined house complemented by virtuoso synths. Fatima Yamaha is now in the spotlights of the electronic music scene, and it cannot take long until her third tour is sold out.