The Twelfth: Your guide to what's happening at key venues in Northern Ireland
Starting at 12.30pm the parade is due to start from Galgorm Road and lead to the Village Playing Fields on the Cullybackey Road.
Lodges will leave Kilkeel Orange Hall at 10.45am and walk the five-mile route to Annalong and meet fellow brethren near Anthonys Road (outside Ballymartin) at 11.30am. They will parade to the Field where platform proceedings begin at 2.15pm, with the homeward parade beginning at 4pm.
Led by visiting Monaghan lodges, the parade will leave from the assembly point of Favour Royal Road, moving off at 12.30pm, and proceed via Main Street to the field on Clogher Road. The return parade is due to move off from the field at 4pm.
Lodges and bands will move off at 12.30pm from the assembly point on the Enniskillen Road. They will proceed along the one-mile route through the village to the demonstration field on the Makenny Road. Main proceedings will commence at 2.30pm.
The lodges and 15 bands will assemble on Waveney Road at 12.30pm and parade to Ballee for a religious service at 3pm.
Prior to the main procession, members of Bangor District will participate in a short parade through the town centre, leaving the Orange hall on Main Street at 10.30am. At noon, the procession – led by Newtownards District – will move off from Gransha Road going to the Field at Valentine playing fields.
The parade will leave Belfast Orange Hall, at Carlisle Circus, at 10am. A wreath laying ceremony will take place at the Cenotaph in City Hall. At approximately 10.40am the main parade makes its way to Barnett's Demesne and is due to leave the field and back to the city centre at 4.15pm.
Orangemen are scheduled to begin the parade at noon assembling on South Bay before heading through the village to the demonstration field on the Largy Road.
A total of 70 Lodges and over 50 bands – silver, accordion, pipe and flute – will participate in the annual gathering. The parade will leave the assembly field on the Donaghmore Road at 12.30pm.
Bands will leave the assembly field on Longland Road at 12.30pm and proceed to the field on Berryhill Road.
The procession will move off from the assembly field at 12.15pm headed by host district – Castlewellan District LOL No 12. The parade – incorporating a two-mile route – will proceed through the village via Main Street, leading to the demonstration field at the Old Road (Newcastle side). A religious service will be held at 2pm.
The main procession is due to start at 11am from the starting point of the Ballyhenry/Manse Road roundabout. The return parade is due to leave Valley Park at 3.30pm, via the Antrim Road and the Ballyclare Road.
Londonderry (Flagship Twelfth)
The parade will depart from May Street at noon and proceed through the city. The platform proceedings will be conducted by the City of Londonderry Grand Chaplain, Rev Ivan Dinsmore.
Orangemen will leave the assembly field on the Legananny Road at noon and parade through the village via Scarva Street, Main Street and Dublin Road, under the A1 dual carriageway, to the Field on Grovehill Road. The return parade, after the religious service, is due to leave at 4pm.
Around 60 bands will leave the Tobermore Road at 10.45am and head towards the demonstration field at Moneymore Road. Platform proceedings begin at 2pm.
The main parade will move off from Enterprise Crescent at 11.30am, and proceed to the Field on the corner of Lissue Road/ Ballinderry Road. The guest speaker will be the Rev Stanley Gamble, a Grand Chaplain of the Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland. The return parade is due to commence at 4.30pm.
The main parade will commence at 10am and is expected to arrive at the field off the Old Road by 1pm. The return parade is scheduled to leave the field at 3pm.