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Belfast will mark St Patrick’s Day on Sunday 17 March with a vibrant carnival parade, filling the city centre with colour and music. Wonder at the eye-catching floats, performers and magnificent costumes, as well as a blend of global musicians and local community organisations. Come along to see St Patrick, Pipe Bands, dancers and much more on their colourful journey through the city, as people of all ages from far and wide come to celebrate the feast day of St Patrick in Belfast. The carnival leaves from Belfast City Hall at 12.30pm and will travel along Chichester Street and Victoria Street, into High Street and Donegall Street before finishing at Writers Square.
There will be a free open-air concert from 1.30pm – 4pm in Custom House Square. The exciting line-up features traditional music from The Whistlin’ Donkeys, as well as Irish dancers ‘Fusion Fighters’. To bring the celebrations to a close, Europe’s number one party act, The Vengaboys, will be live on stage singing some of their multi platinum hits including ‘Kiss’, ‘Boom Boom Boom Boom’ and ‘We’re Going to Ibiza’. You won’t be able to stop your hands clapping and your feet tapping! Access to the concert is free and entry is on a first come first served basis (no ticket required). Terms and conditions of entry apply. Gates open at 1.15pm.
Other St Patrick's Day events taking place in Belfast include: Féile an Earraigh
returns from 1 – 18 March 2019, with a vibrant and authentic celebration of Irish music, culture and arts over seven days.
Come along to St George's Market
to experience an authentic St Patrick’s Day. Get set for a real taste of Ireland and sample some of the culinary delights on offer. You will be able to enjoy lots of entertainment including live traditional music, toe-tapping Irish dancing and workshops.
Accommodation listings for Belfast can be viewed on https://visitbelfast.com/stay.
Suggested itineraries for visiting Northern Ireland can be found at https://discovernorthernireland.com/things-to-do/activities/tours-and-itineraries/itineraries/itineraries/
If you need any further assistance, please contact the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre:
telephone - +44 2890 246609
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web - visitbelfast.com