Out To Lunch Festival
4 - 27 January
The 14th Out to the Lunch Festival programme is set to serve up a heady menu of live music, comedy, theatre, literature, film, spoken word and hot food to nourish the soul and the belly during the longest, darkest month of the year.
8 - 10 February
The NI Motorcycle Festival is Ireland’s largest annual motorcycle festival, taking place at the Eikon Exhibition Centre, Balmoral Park, Sprucefield.
NI Science Festival
14 - 24 February
The festival offers a stimulating and wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
Belfast Peace Proms
Peace Proms returns to the stage of the SSE Arena Belfast and promises to be a huge celebration of youth, music, energy and sheer talent on an epic scale.
St Patricks Day Parade
The streets will be awash with colour from 12.30pm as the parade leaves Royal Avenue for Belfast City Hall, returning to finish at Writers’ Square.
Belfast Children's Festival
8 - 13 March
Enjoy the very best international and local arts experiences for children and young people in Belfast Children's Festival's 21st edition.
Imagine! Belfast Festival of Ideas and Politics 2019
25 - 31 March
Belfast’s unique festival of ideas will return with its biggest ever programme and an open invitation for the public to engage with the big issues of our times.
International Festival of Chamber Music 2019
1 - 3 March
The International Festival of Chamber Music 2019 showcases a range of musical talent.
Game of Thrones: The Touring Exhibition
11 April - 31 August
The exhibition will give fans the experience of a lifetime, dropping you into the centre of the Seven Kingdoms for an up-close and personal look at the artistry and craftmanship behind the Emmy award-winning series.
Belfast Film Festival
11 - 20 April
Belfast Film Festival launches its 19th annual festival of premieres, unique events and the best in world cinema.
AVA Festival 2019
31 May - 1 June
AVA is an Audio Visual Arts Festival & Conference that celebrates, amplifies and develops the strong current of electronic music and digital visual arts.
Festival Of Fools
4 - 6 May
This May Day Bank Holiday weekend, the Festival of Fools brings a jam-packed programme of circus, acrobatics, comedy and juggling to the streets.
Cathedral Quarter Arts Festival
6 - 12 May
A staggering programme of live music, comedy, spoken word, theatre, literature, film and art with over 150 events for all ages taking place across 20 venues in the city.
Belfast City Marathon
The 2019 event will be held on Sunday 5 May 2019 with a full line up of events to suit all levels of fitness including the Marathon and Wheelchair Race, the Team Relay, 8 Mile Walk and Fun Run, all with brand new improved routes.
Live at Botanic Gardens - Picture This
21 -22 June
Picture This have been announced as the first act to play a brand new festival for Belfast in 2019.
Belfast Pride Festival is one of the biggest festivals in Belfast and runs over 100 events across 10 days in a celebration of the LGBTQA+ community.
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.
Rose Week 2019
16 - 22 July
Rose Week is a celebration of the international Rose Garden at Sir Thomas and Lady Dixon Park. It's one of the world’s leading rose gardens, attracting thousands of visitors each year with its magnificent blooms.
Join thousands of people as they celebrate The Twelfth, the biggest annual festival in Northern Ireland.
Ulster Grand Prix 2019
5 -10 August
The Ulster Grand Prix returns in August 2019 with a number of fast paced exciting races.
Eastside Arts Festival
The EastSide Arts Festival showcases the talent of east Belfast and serves up a sizzling feast of events.
CHSq returns to the historic surroundings of Belfast's iconic Custom House, bringing a series of headline shows by international musical artists.
Belfast Mela is the city's annual celebration of global cultures, when tens of thousands of visitors come together to celebrate people and diversity.
Féile an Phobail
Féile an Phobail is Ireland's Biggest Community Arts Festival, showcasing a love for the arts and cultural events in Belfast.
Enjoy over 250 family friendly free events, happenings, exhibitions and performances in the spaces and places throughout the city.
Enjoy a weekend of food, flowers and free family fun as the annual Autumn Fair returns to Belfast's stunning Botanic Gardens.
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
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
The annual Belfast International Arts Festival features theatre, performance and visual art, music and more.
Enjoy an action-packed film programme for 4-25 year olds, showcasing the best of world cinema.
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.
Christmas Light Switch-On
An evening of fun awaits as Belfast will light up for Christmas in front of Belfast City Hall
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.