Twilight Market: Summer Beach Party

The award-winning Twilight Market at St George’s is an established highlight in the city’s calendar of events. Attracting over 46,000 visitors last year, Twilight Market hosts live music by local entertainers, chef demonstrations, local food and drink producers and local arts and crafts.

What to expect at the Summer beach party

The second Twilight Market of 2017 is the 'Summer Beach Party' which will be open on Tuesday 1 and Wednesday 2 August from 4pm – 11pm.

Packed full of local, home-grown businesses, the award-winning Twilight Market is an event not to be missed. With over 120 traders, over two days, live entertainment and children's activities you will be spoiled for choice!

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Live entertainment

Twilight have a host of live music and entertainment for those both young and old. Check out this list of who’s playing and when.

Tuesday 1 August

The Jazzmeisters  4pm 
Robin Martin  6.30pm 
Jim ‘The King’ Brown (AKA Elvis)  9pm 

Wednesday 2 August 

The Jazzmesieters  4pm
Robin Martin  6.30pm 
The Motown Sensations  9pm 
 
Childrens entertainment

Please note activities will be staggered and will run from 4pm & 8.30pm.

  • Skye's Waggy Tales: Story telling
  • Ulster Wildlife workshop
  • Face painting
  • Balloon modelling
  • ArtsEkta kids workshop
  • Jumping Clay workshop

Chef demonstrations
 
Mouth-watering chef demonstrations will start at 6pm on both days with the last demonstration taking place at 8pm. 

Tuesday 1 August
Kate Allen Thai Titanic 6pm 
Mourne Seafood  7pm 
The Cocktail Academy 8pm

Wednesday 2 August
Stephen Jeffers Forestside Cookery School 6pm & 7pm
The Cocktail Academy 8pm

Our beautiful #twilightbelfast market tonight in #belfast #northernireland 🌸

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All Twilight Market events are strictly over 18s after 9pm due to licensing laws. Anyone under the age of 18, and who is on the premises at this time, will be required to leave the building.

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