- 11 Mar 22
People from all over the city are invited to celebrate St Patrick's Eve at Custom House Square on Wednesday, March 16.
The Duncairn Arts Centre will be presenting a a family friendly St. Patrick's Eve Concert featuring an exciting lineup of Irish artists at Custom House Square.
The alcohol-free event will kick-off the carnival festivities of the day to come with talented entertainers on stage, unique street performers, and family friendly food options.
Headliners Mick Flannery and Susan O’Neill will be playing songs from their hit album In The Game which was nominated for RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Album of the Year in 2021. They will also be joined by the unique R&B sounds of Nigerian-born Ireland-raised singer Tolü Makay.
This already impressive line-up will be completed by performances by over 20 independent Irish musicians from The Duncairn Creative Collective.
BBC broadcaster Lynette Fay and Belfast comedy sensation Paddy Raff will serve as hosts for the evening.
Doors will open at 4.30pm with the show starting at 5:00pm. The event is set to be over at a kid friendly hour of 9:00pm.
The event is free but a ticket is required for admission.
Tomorrow @ 10am ☘️ Free tickets will be released for our Belfast St Patrick's Eve Concert in Custom House Square featuring some of the island's greatest musicians in a family atmosphere!
🎟Free: https://t.co/SJJUnCUFIX -limit 4 per person
❎ No alcohol#BelfastStPats pic.twitter.com/iidU9HC4Pw
— Duncairn Arts (@theduncairn) March 2, 2022
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