Kyle Lafferty will give Northern Ireland fans an insight into his career
Northern Ireland fans will have an opportunity to meet one of their heroes tonight.
Striker Kyle Lafferty will be in Belfast to meet fans and reflect on his extraordinary career so far.
The big Kesh man will be at Ten Square Hotel from 6.45pm for a special question and answer session.
Lafferty has scored 20 goals in 60 appearances for Northern Ireland but he has endured a frustrating club career and first-team opportunities at his current club Norwich City have been very limited.
The former Rangers man will talk about last year's phenomenal journey to Euro 2016, and then the finals themselves when Michael O'Neill's side reached the knockout stages.
The event is being run by local company Experience Epic Ltd.
As well as quizzing the popular frontman, supporters will be able to have their photograph taken with the 29-year-old or have personal items signed.
Fans can pay in at the door and the admission price is £20 for adults, £10 for under-18s.
Lafferty and his international team-mates are still dreaming of making it to back-to-back major tournaments.
O'Neill's side beat Norway 2-0 in a World Cup 2018 qualifier last month and cemented their place in second behind leaders Germany in Group C.
Northern Ireland are two points clear of third-placed Czech Republic and will face Azerbaijan on June 10.