There was a great turnout of both participants and audience despite ice-cold, wintry wind on 17 March 2018. Parade created by Beat Carnival with community groups and artists, for Belfast City Council. Video by Bluebird Media. Lord Mayor Nuala McAllister said, "Thanks to all 18,000 of you who came down & enjoyed our St Patrick's Day #GlobalBelfast carnival parade & concert! Belfast City Council video > https://t.co/wbwPAlG397
"Let's Party" Parade
Beat's "LET'S PARTY" Parade, 20th June 2015, Belfast
Celebrating 21 years of Carnivals in the City. The first were the '100 Drummers' parade in June 1995 and the 'Hayfever' carnival parade in September 1995
Come to Carnival - 20th June 2015
Trailer for Beat's "Let's Party" Parade on Saturday 20th June
celebrating 21 years of Carnival Parades
Event footage: Beat's "Made in Belfast" Carnival for CNB14!
Our Made In Belfast Carnival Parade was the highlight of our Made in Belfast Carnival week and the finale of Culture Night Belfast 2014. It featured Urban Ballet, with UB Dancers driven along by the massive sound of Carnival Drummers, the Beat Street Choir & Carnival Band, The Night Garden, with Beat's Giant Gardener enjoying an Urban Garden of flower lanterns and music sprouting from the new Belfast Guitar Orchestra and a mammoth performance of Fleetwood Mac’s Tuskfeaturing the new Belfast Guitar Orchestra with the dancers, singers and drummers, which led into Urban Ballet’s music and dance crescendo at the steps of St Anne’s Cathedral. We hope you enjoyed it!