Belfast Spring Continental Market Returns From 23 May

The Belfast Spring Continental Market will return to the ground of Belfast City Hall from 23-27 May, 2024.

This year’s market brings together over 70 traders, offering food enthusiasts, families, and everyday explorers the very best international cuisine, artisanal products, and handmade goods.

Lord Mayor of Belfast, Councillor Ryan Murphy, said: "The Spring Continental Market at Belfast City Hall is always a big draw for residents and visitors to Belfast alike, so it’s great to see it back in the heart of the city centre for another year

"Come along with your family and friends to make the most of the long bank holiday weekend and explore the wide variety of food, crafts and entertainment on offer, with something for all ages to enjoy."
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Visitors to the market can expect to embark on a culinary journey around the world, sampling mouthwatering dishes from countries spanning Europe, South America, the Middle East, and beyond. From traditional German bratwurst to authentic Italian pizzas, there's something to satisfy every palate. In addition to the delicious food offerings, the market will also feature a range of artisanal products and handcrafted goods such as locally made vegan soaps, Ecuadorian jewellery, beautifully crafted pottery from Tunisia, and more.

Market Place Manager, Andy Pidgen is delighted to bring back the much-anticipated Belfast International Market: "We're excited to showcase the incredible diversity of cuisines, cultures and traditions represented at the Belfast Spring Continental Market. It's a fantastic opportunity for our traders to share their passion for food and craftmanship, as well as connecting with the local community."

The Spring Continental Market at Belfast City Hall runs from Thursday 23 – Monday 27 May and will be open from: 

Thursday – Saturday 10am - 10pm

Sunday 12noon – 6pm

Monday 10am – 6pm

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