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Titanic Céilí

Titanic Slipways, 1 Olympic Way, Belfast, County Antrim, BT3 9EP
Titanic Céilí


A FREE one-day outdoor family event celebrating traditional music, song and dance at The Titanic Slipways on Belfast's Maritime Mile. The event includes an outdoor Céilí with Sets called by Ronán Eastwood and a traditional music stage with performances by The Blackwater Céilí Band, Rosie Stewart, Jack Warnock, Belfast Wren Boys Cleamairí Feirste, Ards CCÉ, Major Sinclair Memorial Pipe Band and Glengormley School of Traditional Music. The fun doesn't stop there with Bodhrán circles, children's maritime art workshops, face painters and a live four-hour traditional music session on the deck of the SS Nomadic also taking place.

In association with Belfast Maritime

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