Dust off your capes, dress up in your scariest costumes and enjoy fangtastic entertainment feast including spooky street shows and performers, breath-taking fire and halo glow shows, creepy arts and craft workshops, monster fairground rides and live music from The Professionals. Sweet treats, candies and hot food can also be bought at the big event.
Set to a wicked soundtrack, the 15min fireworks display will begin at approx. 8pm. And Downtown Radio will be broadcasting live from the event.
Free ‘ghost shuttle buses’ will whisk people to and from the event, dept. Chichester St (outside SS Moore’s) every 15mins from 5.30pm -7.15pm, dropping off on Queen’s Rd with a return service from Queen’s Rd from 8.15pm, dropping off at Donegall Square West in the city centre.
To ensure the safety of all those watching the fireworks display, Belfast Harbour Police will be preventing unauthorised access to the operational Port areas across the Lagan from Titanic Slipways and would ask those attending the event to go to the designated viewing area at the Titanic Slipways in Titanic Quarter.
For more info, visit www.belfastcity.gov.uk/halloween or call Visit Belfast Welcome Centre on (028) 9024 6609.
Halloween festivities will also be taking place in the city on Fri 26 Oct at the Castle Street Evening Fair. Local traders will spill onto the streets from 3pm - 9pm in a Halloween harvest-themed street party with food, music, arts and crafts, interactive workshops and street performers. For more info, visit http://www.belfastcity.gov.uk/events/Event-95529.aspx