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The annual Belfast International Arts Festival features theatre, performance and visual art, music and more.
The 2019 Belfast International Arts Festival brings an eclectic fusion of cutting edge performances to Belfast from 15 October – 3 November with world class theatre, dance, visual art, music, film, literature and talks.
The highlights of the 57th edition include French aerial acrobatics La Spire, the incredible Cuban singer La Dame Blanche, the UK and Irish premiere of To Da Bone dance group, ASUNA's Irish premiere of 100 Keyboards and the brilliant Two Door Cinema Club make an exciting returning home to play Belfast's Telegraph Building with their new album False Alarm.
With cultural walking tours available and opportunities to experience both international and local talent in no less than 28 venues across Belfast this is one event not to be missed!
For more information about the 2019 Arts Festival, click here.
Tickets are available to purchase at the Visit Belfast Welcome Centre and online at visitbelfast.com/tickets.
There are also a number of free events visit BelfastInternationalArtsFestival.com for the full festival line up.
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