Viewers in Derry will be able to watch the Sons and Daughters Concert on Sunday night via the red button on their television.
Sons & Daughters, the opening concert and first major celebration of 2013, will be recorded on Sunday night at The Venue, Ebrington, to be shown on BBC One Northern Ireland on Saturday, January 26 at 10.30pm.
However television viewers can tune in on the night as the concert will be available live on the red button.
The concert can be accessed from 8pm by activating the red button and following the links to ‘Sons and Daughters’.
Those featuring in the line-up include Phil Coulter, Nadine Coyle, Gary Lightbody and Johnny McDaid (snow patrol) playing acoustic, Paul Brady and Neil Hannon.
Also appearing will be Dana, Damian McGinty, The Priests, Gerard McChrystal, Amanda Burton, James Nesbitt, Eva Birthistle, Codetta, SOAK, Mairead Carlin, The Wonder Villains, Best Boy Grip and Maeve McGinley.
The concert will reflect on the city’s cultural achievements through music, word and song. It will also be live on BBC Radio Ulster/Foyle co-presented by Marie-Louise Muir and Mark Patterson from 7.30pm.