Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival

Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival will be returning with a jam-packed weekend full of maritime-themed family fun and world-class food culture. There will be entertainment across the Queen’s Quay and Titanic Quarter, ranging from live music to street performers and plenty of free activities for the whole family to enjoy. This year’s event will also feature the Maritime Mile, which includes an animated waterfront trail and encourages people to explore the areas of maritime and industrial history. This is an event you wouldn’t want to miss!

Queens Quay and Titanic Quarter is only a 10-minute drive from our hotel.

For further details on the Maritime Festival, please email

BBC Music: The Biggest Weekend

BBC Music and BBC Radio 6 Music are coming together to offer two full days of amazing performances on the Titanic Slipways. Guest performers at this event include Courtney Barnett, The Breeders, Franz Ferdinand and Ash plus much more. You’d be mad to miss this exciting summer event!

Maldron Hotel Belfast City is only a 10-minute drive from the Titanic Slipways. Our hotel is the perfect place to rest after an exciting day at the concert.

For more information and updates or to purchase tickets, please visit

Summer Twilight Market

St. George’s Twilight Market will be returning in July hosting over 100 traders specialising in foods and crafts from around the globe. Some of Belfast’s best live entertainment and chef demonstrations will also be on display at the market. The Twilight Market is a guaranteed family-fun evening, and it is only a 10-minute walk from our hotel!

Please note: In compliance with Northern licensing laws, all Twilight Market events are strictly over 18s after 9pm. To find out more, including information regarding accessibility and parking facilities at Twilight Market, and to check out the full list of traders, simply visit or call a member of the Markets Management Team on 028 9043 5704.

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