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(+44) 28 9033 4400
(+44) 28 9033 4455
You should find everything you want to know about Belfast Waterfront here. And if not, fill in our enquiry form and we'll get back to you as soon as we can.
Building work was completed in early 1997 and the building opened to the public on 17 January 1997 with a special concert, featuring the Ulster Orchestra, pianist Barry Douglas and flautist James Galway.
Belfast Waterfront was designed by local architects Robinson McIlwaine and built by contractors Gilbert Ash. The £32million contract was financed by Belfast City Council, with support from the government’s urban development grant and the European Regional Development Fund.
The 2016 extension is part of Belfast City Council's £150million Investment Programme aimed at supporting local businesses and creating employment. The ongoing 4,000m2 expansion project is jointly funded by Belfast City Council, Tourism Northern Ireland and the European Regional Development Fund, under the European Sustainable Competitiveness Programme for Northern Ireland, and administered by Tourism Northern Ireland. The extended facilities were designed by Todds Architects and built by McLaughlin and Harvey.
For business enquiries, you can make an online enquiry here or contact the Conference and Business Sales team directly on 028 9033 4400.
To make a booking for a show or performance, you usually book online via our website or call our box office team on 028 9033 4455. You can also buy and collect tickets from the Ulster Hall. The Waterfront Box Office will be available on event days only, opening two hours before a show if you need to pay for or pick up tickets.
We offer 17 meeting rooms which range in size and can accommodate up to 200 people.
Yes, our expert in-house technicians are available to assist you with any queries you may have. For more information call our technical team on 028 9033 4413 or email [email protected]
The Michelin-starred Ox is located close to Belfast Waterfront and a range of other restaurants, including Tedfords, Tedfords Kitchen, St. George's Market Bar and Grill and Sonoma at the Belfast Hilton Hotel are all located in the immediate area.
For a full list of restaurants in Belfast, please visit: VISIT Belfast
Yes. Everyone needs a ticket to attend a concert, even babies. However, children under the age of three will not be admitted to the venue unless for a concert aimed specifically at children.