What's on in Belfast in September

Monday, 03 September 2018
Belfast is a great option for a city break at any time of the year. From the historic slipways at Titanic Quarter to the quirky and charming Cathedral Quarter and the modern Shopping area, it has leisure options for everyone. Those who visit the city in September can also enjoy concerts of various genres and international artists, cultural events and sporting events. Keep reading to better plan your visit to Belfast in September! 


Belfast International Tattoo comes to Belfast on 7th and 8th of September. Prepare to experience an unrivaled audiovisual show with marching bands, pipes and drums, highland dance and much more! Tickets available here

If you like music, the SSE Arena is the place to be this month. They are hosts to International stars Shania Twain (29th) and Cliff Richard (30th), no less! If you are attending these gigs, make sure to pop into our Drawing Office Two before the show to enjoy a delicious dinner, a pre-show special offer that includes two courses for £23.50 or three courses for only £28.50. Call 028 9508 2000 or contact dining@titanichotelbelfast.com to book.


The much anticipated Culture Night is back for its 10th anniversary on 21st September. Celebrated across Ireland, Culture Night will bring 250 free events, exhibitions and performances throughout Belfast and promises to be the biggest evening of the year.


If you enjoy sports you should certainly make a note on your diary for the next event: the Deep RiverRock Belfast City Half Marathon! The 6th edition of the largest half marathon in Northern Ireland takes place on Sunday 23th September. Over 4,000 participants are expected to take on the 13.1 mile route that weaves its way throughout the four corners of the city!

Check out Titanic Hotel Belfast´s site for great offers and make the most of your stay in Belfast. We know just one or two days here might not be enough to see it all, but they are enough to fall in love with our city – and to leave with the will to come back.

Photo: SSE Arena Belfast