BELFAST City Council is inviting the public to join the Lord Mayor, Councillor Máirtin Ó Muilleoir, at City Hall for a celebration of Belfast’s diversity, including music, culture, sports, food and family fun.
The public will see and hear an eclectic range of performances from blues, traditional, Asian and indie music to dance demonstrations and street theatre.
Belfast Day will be celebrated on Sunday, September 29.
Inside the council’s multi-cultural marquee you can get a taste for a new language, create a piece of Indian art, try origami or using chopsticks, get a hair braid or a henna tattoo.
Or some might prefer to try some urban sport, art and dance.
And admission is free: no tickets required.
Visitors can also take an unforgettable Nearly True tour of Belfast’s City Hall, meeting captivating and eccentric characters along the way.
Tours will take place at 12 noon, 2pm and 4pm.
To book tickets, call the Belfast Welcome Centre on 028 9024 6609.
Limited tickets available.
All children must be accompanied by an adult. Recommended age group: seven years and over.