Get ready for a weekend of mini moments along the Maritime Mile on Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 September at the Belfast Maritime Weekender!
Take yourself on an adventure, follow our map and enjoy almost 10km of iconic, heritage waterfront, comprising Sailortown, City Quays, Queens Quay and Titanic Quarter.
The weekend’s daytime and evening programme can be enjoyed at your own leisure and includes a treasure trove of live music and dance, nautical themed street performers, playful art and heritage installations, dance picnics for children, walking tours, a treasure trail, a pop-up street food market, lights and illumination and lots more.
There will be opportunities for landlubbers to have their own adventure on the high seas, with Taster Sessions, displays and demos.Find Out More
Join an array of nautical themed street performers and musicians as they bring the Maritime Mile to life.Find Out More
Enjoy a host of captivating local music talent along our quaysides and listen out for our roving Ukulele and Brass Bands as you explore the Maritime Mile.Find Out More
Here's a list of events and tours you can join in during the Belfast Maritime Weekender, Saturday 4 September and Sunday 5 September.Find Out More
Head down to the historic slipways and check out the NI Pop-up Maritime Street Food Market, with food vans, trucks, stalls and plenty of picnic tables.Find Out More
Discover Belfast's Maritime Mile by night as we bring to you an evening of lights & illumination as part of the Belfast Maritime Weekender. 8pm-11pm Sat & Sun.Find Out More
You can join in on the festival after getting here by walking, cycling, bus, car and train.Find Out More
Check out some of the amazing exhibitions from National Geographic, Out of Stores, Irish Coastal Rowing Federation and more.Find Out More
The Belfast Maritime Weekender is brought to you by Belfast City Council and Maritime Belfast Trust in partnership with Belfast Harbour, Titanic Quarter Limited, the Odyssey Trust, Department for Communities and Maritime Mile partners - energising Belfast together.