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Festivals are the best time of friends and family gathering, celebrated by a community who centres some of the distinctive aspects of that group, its religion and folklore. One of the cities that is packed with such sparkling festivals is the city of Belfast, capital of Northern Ireland. The Belfast festivals are celebrated all around the year with music, dance and international film. These events contribute to the cheerful and lively atmosphere of the place. The rich culture of art shines throughout the city during the time of the festive season, offering a new artistic vision for the audience. The Belfast film festival is one of the vital occasions where it promotes manifold and dynamic programmes of all events and takes place throughout the year. The annual programme, however, consists of three main events namely the summer programme, the annual Belfast Film Festival and the cornerstone event. So, if you are passionate about music, dance, theatre, comedy or literature, the city makes the most favourable options to bring a feast of festivals up its sleeve.
International art festivals in Belfast, a favourable time of multiracial gathering
Besides Belfast film festivals, the city also aims to create a genuine home-town event filled with contemporary thought of arts that has an international appeal. This is achieved through international art festivals in Belfast that takes engages both provincial and global groups of people in the splendid diversity of contemporary and traditional art practices. It forms a fascinating environment for the public to enjoy or participate in the inspirational aesthetic experience along with the world-class artists, leaders and thinkers. The Belfast festivals include a voluminous range of cultural events that appeal to a wide audience, which consists of both global and country’s own population. It reflects the best of the Northern Ireland voguish culture and presents events that are otherwise, impossible to be achieved by an Irish art or any other UK organisation. It reflects the importance of the global connections, its access and participation and community. Another international event that takes place in the city is the Belfast motorcycle festival where scooters and motorcycles from top manufacturers are showcased.
One of the magnificent events in the city is the Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival that attracts tourists from abroad. The event fills the quayside with lively music, street food market, street entertainment, amusement rides and workshop based on the maritime. It also includes a 'try it' water-based sessions. The maritime festival in Belfast offers tourists to book a spot on grand vessels, chances to meet the captain and crew, an entertaining sight of street shows and performers, maritime-themes performances and food. Another great fete is the Photo festivals in Belfast that reflects the visual history and culture of the place. The aim of the event is to promote photographic talents and it invites the photogenic freaks from both home and abroad. This resulted in Northern Ireland to produce award-winning contemporary photographers. It has also contributed towards inspiring young talents to showcase their work and it leads Europe and the globe even at their practitioner stage. This Belfast festival is dedicated to young talents and also filters the finest of the world’s contemporary photographers from its homeland and across the world. The city also celebrates wonders of science and technology and organises a NI science festival that is based on researches, discussion and workshops.