Culture Night Belfast (CNB) will return for its 8th year on Friday 16 September! Mark your calendars for what is shaping up to be another fabulous afternoon and evening. The 250+ events and activities will all be free, generously contributed by participating artists, organisations and businesses. Keep an eye on the Culture Night Belfast website at www.culturenightbelfast.com for news and updates and to view the programme.
To ensure public safety CNB are working closely with DOI, Translink and the PSNI to manage traffic issues in the area, which may lead to a number of diversions on the following streets between 1300 and 2300hrs: Hill Street, Skipper Street, Gordon Street, Talbot Street, Academy Street, Lower Donegall Street and Upper Donegall Street.
This year CNB are also working with DOI, Translink and the PSNI to manage traffic issues in relation to a large urban community food festival on Lower Donegall Street, which may lead to some diversions between 1000 and 2300hrs. Business parking will be accommodated in this area but we ask that you make contact with CNB for safety reasons.
CNB have applied to reserve the parking pays on these streets, which means they would be unavailable for parking from 6am until midnight on the 16th September.
CNB are working with all the relevant authorities and their own traffic management contractors to ensure this process is well-managed and that there is adequate information on alternative city centre parking and Translink bus services.
Pick-up and delivery will still be possible throughout the day and there is adequate off-street parking in the city centre to accommodate the needs of the area.