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Folktown Market - Bank Square

48 King Street, Belfast, Co Antrim, BT1 6AD
Folktown Market - Bank Square


Folktown Market – Belfast’s premier outdoor artisan market in Bank Square.

The market will feature live music, more than 18 stalls and a giant marquee offering traditional children’s street games and crafts.

The market runs every Thursday from with a range of artisan food and craft stalls and live music in the shadow of two of Belfast’s oldest churches, Berry Street Presbyterian Church and St Mary’s Roman Catholic Church.

The Spring market on March 24 will feature gypsy jazz from Manouche and will also showcase the ‘City As A Gallery’ project – screening a film on Belfast’s colourful history from the back of a Black Taxi.

With this being Northern Ireland’s Year of Food and Drink, Folktown market is firmly focused on supporting locally sourced produce and products.

Among the new stalls will be the specialist White Rabbit Coffee Co and Sarah’s World Fare, which specialises in delicious Vegan food, along with their regular artisan traders such as Broughgammon and Amberline Vegetables and Preserves.

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