Events at the Ten Square Hotel Belfast City, Antrim

Our selection of the upcoming events to enjoy in the heart of Belfast.

in conjunction with VisitBelfast.com
 - February / March 2020 - 


Belfast Children's Festival is an annual international festival for children aged 0-17 years and their accompanying adults. Events take place both in and out of school time for schools, groups and families to attend.

22nd Belfast Children's Festival, Friday 6th - Wednesday 11th March 2020

You can expect a packed programme of theatre, visual art, music, dance, literature, workshops and talks, guaranteed to inspire joy, creativity and curiosity.
The Belfast Children's Festival is a curated festival and, as such, doesn't receive submissions.


With over 200 events across over 90 venues, the NI Science Festival returns for its sixth year, offering a stimulating and wide range of events focusing on the wonders of science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

Join NI Science Festival as they celebrate the science of you, the universe and everything in between.

These events present some of the best scientists from NI and beyond to discuss their work, cutting-edge research and what the future might hold.

During the day, the festival offers a range of workshops, talks and interactive activities for young people, parents and schools. In the evening there will be an eclectic mix of scientific debate, talks, theatres, comedy, music and film for adults.


Belfast will mark the city's St Patrick’s Day celebrations on Tuesday 17 March with a vibrant carnival parade and free open-air concert headlined by global dance act Cascada.

The streets will be awash with colour and noise from 12.30pm as the parade snakes its way through the city centre. The carnival’s theme this year is 'Protecting the Environment and Climate Change', which will be reflected in the eye-catching floats, performers and magnificent costumes. Come along and see St Patrick, pipe bands, dancers and more on their colourful journey through the heart of the city.

The parade leaves from Belfast City Hall at 12.30pm and will travel along Chichester Street and Victoria Street, onto High Street and Donegall Street before finishing at Writers’ Square.

You can then make the short trip across to Custom House Square where visitors can enjoy a free concert hosted by Q Radio duo Ryan and Jordan, from 1.30pm-4pm.
The line-up includes local band All Folk’d Up, Banjacks, Loughgiel Irish dancers and Ibiza favourites Ben Santiago and Lovely Laura. They’ll be followed by the headline act – the global, multi-platinum dance sensation Cascada – who will performing some of her hits including ‘Everytime We Touch’ and ‘Evacuate the Dancefloor’.

Entry to the concert is on a first-come, first-served basis and terms and conditions apply.

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