Upcoming events in Northern Ireland

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Posted by Discover Northern Ireland

Published July 4, 2019


discovernorthernireland.com has lots of fun things to do across Northern Ireland, from family days out to gigs and cultural events. We've put together a selection of exciting things taking place this week across Northern Ireland in the week ahead.

Upcoming events in Northern Ireland

Land of Legends at W5, Belfast

Land of Legends at W5, Belfast, 1 June-1 September

This immersive exhibition at W5 takes visitors on an exploration of some of Northern Ireland's exciting landscapes and introduces you to the mythical creatures that roamed our land. 

Dalriada Festival, Glenarm, 13-14 July

With a line-up including Peter Andre, East 17, Atomic Kitten, Fleur East and local homegrown talent, this 2 day festival also includes fine foods, demonstrations, children's entertainment and fun for all the family.

The 148th Open, Royal Portrush, Portrush, 14-21 July

The 148th Open will return in 2019 to Royal Portrush Golf Club for the first time since 1951, marking a historic return after nearly 70 years.  Practice day tickets are still available and are a great opportunity to get up close to the best players in the world.

Armoy Road Races ‘Race of Legends’, Armoy, 20-27 July

Enjoy this week long festival along the Causeway Coastal Route, which culminates in a 2 day racing experience.  Watch as the elite of the racing world compete to become this year’s winner.  Truck runs, photo exhibitions and classic bike and car displays are all part of this family friendly festival.

O’Neill’s Foyle Cup, Derry~Londonderry, 22 July-27 July

Visitors along the Causeway Coastal Route can enjoy watching over 400 youth football teams across 35 venues, and get behind their favourite team.

Ulster Fleadh 2019, Castlewellan, 22-28 July

Join in the celebrations of traditional Irish music with a jam packed itinerary of events across the picturesque village of Castlewellan.

Arts over Borders Summer International Arts Festivals, Enniskillen, 25 July-18 August

A series of three summer international festivals, featuring the works of literary greats Beckett, Friel and Wilde.  The programme this year includes the world premiere of three new short plays by world-renowned New York choreographer Mark Morris.

Belfast TradFest, Belfast, 27 July-2 August

Belfast celebrates the traditional music scene with concerts, masterclasses, talks and live sessions across the city.

Féile An Phobail 2019, Belfast, 1-11 August

This year's 11 day festival has an exciting line up, with street theatre, outdoor concerts, comedy nights, children's events and much more including a highly anticipated boxing match and live performances by Boyzone and Phil Coulter.

Open House Festival, Bangor, 1-31 August

Visitors can head along to the seaside town of Bangor and enjoy headline national and international artists along with local musicians, writers, chefs and performances over this month long festival. 

ISPS Handa World Invitational Men|Women, Presented by Modest! Golf Management, Ballymena, 14-18 Aug

Formally known as the NI Open, this event at Galgorm Castle Golf Club has been transformed into a new global event for men and women professionals, the first if its kind in Europe.  With a week long festival of golf, including live music, coaching zones, dedicated golf village and a junior event, this is one for all the family.

GAME OF THRONES™: The Touring Exhibition, Belfast,until 1st September

Don't miss your chance to visit this unique exhibition at the TEC in Belfast.  Step inside Westeros, see authentic props and costumes from the show and sit on the Throne itself.  The ultimate on every Thronie's bucket list.

Maritime Mile, various locations around Belfast, until September

Visit all 11 objects, chat to them and find out more about our maritime history. Interact with them using your mobile and instructions on nearby signage.



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