A main programme of larger events will start on Friday 26 October with the Castle Street fair. Other events planned in the coming weeks include:
We’ve worked with Visit Belfast, Belfast One, other city partners and traders to develop #YourBelfast – a campaign showing that Belfast remains very much open for business in the aftermath of the fire at Bank Buildings.
Follow the hashtag on social media for offers and city centre shopping, food, drink and entertainment promotions – and share your selfies!
You’ll see and hear support from familiar faces.
A range of posters, videos and other assets are also available to display or share online to show your support for #YourBelfast.
The latest phase of our #YourBelfast campaign, filmed with more than 700 local volunteers in the Titanic Quarter, showcases Belfast's energy, spirit and pride.
Getting around the city centre
Visit our yellow dot trail page for information on shops and businesses in the Bank Buildings area and how to easily get around the city centre with the yellow dot trail.
The cordon around the affected area is expected to stay in place for about four months after the incident.
Information for shops and businesses
We have information for shops and businesses, including information on the Business Support Programme, on our Bank Buildings page.
Many shops, eateries and other businesses are offering special deals to attract people into the city. Show your support for #YourBelfast and enjoy everything the city centre has to offer.