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What's On: 9 things to do in Northern Ireland this week

As Belsonic continues, US stars Green Day will also be performing in Belfast while there's plenty to keep the kids entertained at the MAC.

1. The Chainsmokers at Ormeau Park, Belfast - Monday, June 26

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The Chainsmokers

The US duo are the latest act to take to the stage at Ormeau Park with an appearance by Anne-Marie and Lost Kings.

Time: Gates open from 6pm.

2. Comber Historical Walking Tour, Co Down - Sunday, July 2 

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Comber Historical Walking Tour.

Stroll through the home town of Thomas Andrews, designer of the Titanic, and discover points of historical interest on this guided tour.

Visit St Mary's Parish Church, the Comber Stones, the old Andrews Mill and Andrews Memorial Hall on your tour of this charming town.

Time: 3pm - 4.30pm

Price: £4

3. Axwell ^ Ingrosso at Ormeau Park, Belfast - Friday, June 30

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DJ duo Axwell /\ Ingrosso will perform in Belfast this week.

The Swedish DJing duo close this year's Belsonic festival with their headlining set at the Ormeau Park.

The pair will be supported by Jonas Blue.

Time: Gates will open at 6pm.

4. Naturally North Coast & Glens Artisan Market in Ballymoney - Friday, June 30

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Naturally North Coast & Glens Artisan Market.

Colourful art and crafts, the delicious smell and taste of fresh food produce and the sound of musicians providing a backdrop to the buzz of traders and customers chatting and laughing are all on offer this Friday in Ballymoney.

Time: 11am - 3pm

5. Winged Wonders Butterfly Hunt, Craigavon - Saturday, July 1

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Winged Wonders Butterfly Hunt.

Make a bee-line for Portmore Lough and join the RSPB NI team as they search for beautiful butterflies, darting dragonflies and damselflies in the reserve’s meadows.

This is the perfect family event to kick-start the summer holidays and get the kids connected to nature.

Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm

Price: £5 for adults/£2.50 for children (Free for RSPB members)

6. Feux d’artifice: Équilibre et Espoir at the Millennium Forum, Derry~Londonderry - Sunday, July 1

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Feux d’artifice: Équilibre et Espoir.

Fireworks Dance, Drama and Theatre Academy celebrate their fourth birthday with this exhilarating performance.

An evening of inspiring entertainment awaits from over 100 energetic cast members.

Time: 7pm

Price: £10-36

7. Not Dead Enough at the Grand Opera House, Belfast - Monday, June 26 - Saturday, July 1

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Bill Ward and Laura Whitmore in Not Dead Enough.

The work of best selling author Peter James returns to the stage with his latest critically acclaimed show Not Dead Enough.

Starring award-winning actor Bill Ward as DS Roy Grace and Irish star Laura Whitmore, Not Dead Enough has been getting rave reviews across the UK.

On the night Brian Bishop murdered his wife, he was sixty miles away, asleep in bed. At least that’s what he claims. But as Detective Superintendent Roy Grace continues to deal with the mysterious disappearance of his own wife, he starts to dig a little deeper into the chilling murder case and it soon becomes clear that love can be a dangerous thing... 

Time:

Monday - Saturday: 7.30pm

Thursday: 2pm

Saturday: 2.30pm

Price: £19.25 - £36.25

8. Storytime Sunday at the MAC, Belfast - Sunday, July 2

Families are invited to the MAC in Belfast to listen to some tales, fables and yarns all told by a professional storyteller.

Storytime lasts approximately 50 minutes and is perfect for age 3+

Time: 12pm

Price: £2

9. Green Day at Ormeau Park, Belfast - Wednesday, June 28

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Green Day

US rockers Green Day will perform in Belfast this week with special guests Rancid.

Billie Joe Armstrong, Mike Dirnt, and Tré Coolas will take to the Ormeau Park stage as part of their Revolution Radio tour.

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