If you’re in town in March, look out for the Belfast Children’s Festival, which is packed with cultural and educational events.
Eleven-day celebration of Irish and international film.
Avid runners from across the globe come to compete in the marathon; it's also a people's event, with a walk and fun run as well.
Ten days of drama, music, poetry, street theatre and art exhibitions in and around the Cathedral Quarter.
A three-day festival centred on Queen's Quay, with sailing ships, street entertainment, a seafood festival and live music.
Said to be the largest community festival in Ireland, the Féile takes place in West Belfast over 10 days. Events include an opening carnival parade, street parties, theatre performances, concerts and historical tour…
The UK's second-largest arts festival is held in and around Queen's University over two weeks.
Events include a Christmas market, carol singing, lamplight processions and a street carnival.
This four-day festival of traditional Irish and Celtic music attracts artists from all over Ireland, Europe and America.
A celebration of Ireland's patron saint marked by various community festivals and culminating in a grand city-centre parade.