Dates for your diary

We’re all about the food, festivals and retail therapy this week.

Twilight Market
Back by popular demand, Twilight Market returns to St George’s Market this week. Due to the huge success of this market last year, the upcoming Twilight Market event will be extended over two nights, allowing visitors even more time to feast on some of the unique food elements that make up Belfast’s thriving food sector. There’ll be a wide selection of local pop-up restaurants and local food producers, all combined with live music and DJs.
The market will be open on Tuesday May 24th from 5-11pm and on Wednesday May 25th from 12 noon to 11pm and is free to attend but is strictly over 18s from 9pm each night.

twilight market






Ladies Shopping Night
Indulge in a night of retail therapy at Hillmount Garden Centre in Bangor on May 26th and Belfast on May 27th. Enjoy a free glass of Prosecco on arrival to the sounds of the DJ, indulge in lots of in store offers and sample delicacies from local food suppliers and with get entered into the prize draw with every £10 spent in store.






Spring Market
The Spring Continental Market returns to Belfast City Hall gardens this weekend with an array of delicious food from across the globe. This year, as part of the Northern Ireland Year of Food celebrations, the Spring Continental Market will also be offering a selection of tasty local products to choose from and enjoy. Visit the Greek traders serving traditional meat skewers, dips and Greek origin cheeses, enjoy bratwurst and currywurst sausages fresh from the traditional German schwenkegrille or indulge in some Dutch pancakes and delicious pastries from the French patisserie.
May 27-30th.





Maritime Festival
The Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival returns with a weekend of maritime themed family fun, food and frolics from May 28-30th. Learn more about Belfast’s unique maritime history and climb aboard some magnificent visiting ships, or have a go in the water yourself in an open canoe or bellboat. With fun for the whole family attractions include; free maritime themed arts and crafts, face painting, street theatre, fantastic live music and a city beach where you can lounge on a deck chair with the sand between your toes.