Last Updated: 29th July, 2018
Belfast City Blues festival held in August with a range of musicians such as Sweet Trev & The Blue Notes, Rob Strong, Lee Hedley & Lou, and Wilko Johnston and his band and many more.
Belfast Mela in August is held in the Great Lawn, Botanic Gardens Belfast. It was set up initially in 2007 by Northern Irelands ethnic arts organisation and has grown into a very big multi-cultural international festival. It is a celebration of culture and creativity, music, dance and food.
Belfast Taste and Music Fest held in August in 'The Great Lawn Botanic Gardens' with live music entertainment to enjoy while sampling some wonderful food. There will be cookery demonstrations, sample some appetisers, main dishes, antipastos, pastries and desserts along with a glass of wine or cool beer. A family day out at Belfast Taste and Music Fest.
Heart of the Glens Festival in the village of Cushendall in County Antrim where there is entertainment for all the family, from parades and floats, country sport activities such as quads, toy tractor trials, rounders, treasure hunts, craft fair, vintage displays, all taking place in this beautiful setting of the Glens of Antrim.
Newtownabbey Shoreline Festival held in August where you can enjoy arts and music workshops, flower displays, fireworks display, fitness challenge, and lots more.
Auld Lammas Fair, Ballycastle, Co Antrim - August. A traditional annual market fair in Antrim, one of Ireland's oldest traditional fairs held each year in Ballycastle . Savour the atmosphere of the livestock sales and the many hundreds of stalls selling souvenirs and bric-a-brac of every description including the Oul Lammas Fair's traditional Dulse, a dried edible seaweed and Yellowman, a confectionery.