14 -21 July
The Open makes a historic return to Northern Ireland in 2019. Golf’s oldest and most international championship returns after 68 years with the world’s greatest players competing for the Claret Jug at Royal Portrush.
Summer Rose Fair 2019
16 – 22 July
The International Rose Garden at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park is among the best in the world. From July to September over 45,000 roses are in bloom. A full programme of events takes place in the park during the Summer Rose Fair, including music and a variety of entertainment for all ages.
8 – 25 August
CHSq returns to the historic surroundings of Belfast’s iconic Custom House, bringing a series of headline shows by international musical artists.
Enjoy a weekend of food, flowers and free family fun as the annual Autumn Fair returns to Belfast’s stunning Botanic Gardens.
13 – 16 September
The annual arts festival, produced by University of Atypical, showcases outstanding new work by deaf and disabled writers, producers, actors, dancers, musicians, and directors.
European Heritage Open Days
13 – 15 September
Each year, hundreds of properties open their doors and many organisations put on events for free across Northern Ireland as part of European Heritage Open Days.
The Belfast International Tattoo 2019
6 – 7 September
The Belfast Tattoo features an international line-up of over 600 performers building up to the Grand Finale of the Massed Pipe And Drums.
Belfast Half Marathon
The largest half marathon event in Northern Ireland. Entrants will take on the popular flat and fast 13.1 mile route, which weaves its way throughout the four corners of the city.
Belfast International Arts Festival
15 October – 3 November
The annual Belfast International Arts Festival features theatre, performance and visual art, music and more.
Little Mix are back in Belfast with their brand new LM5 Tour. The shows will see Little Mix perform songs from their brand new album LM5, alongside their greatest hits including ‘Touch’, ‘Shout Out to My Ex’, ‘Black Magic’ and ‘Wings’.
Halloween Monster Mash
Enjoy the annual Belfast’s Halloween Monster Mash and Fireworks Display at The Slipways, Titanic Quarter.
C.S Lewis Festival
The CS Lewis Festival celebrates the legacy of Belfast-born author Clive Staples Lewis, famous for creating The Chronicles of Narnia.
Outburst Queer Arts Festival
Belfast’s annual queer art festival features ten days of theatre, film, music, literature and much more.
This yuletide market offers an authentic feast of international cuisine alongside a mix of handcrafted goods and bespoke artisan products.
Wrap up warm for the Christmas Twilight in December at St George’s Market.