Concert times, weather forecasts, and travel arrangements for Belfast Vital 2017.
One of the biggest events in Northern Ireland's music calendar, Belfast Vital, returns to host two massive concerts at the Boucher Road Playing Fields this week.
Ahead of the much anticipated gigs, here's all the information you will need if you are attending.
Belfast Vital returns on Wednesday, August 23 with UK rockers Muse set to headline with support from Biffy Cylro, Nothing But Thieves, and Dublin band Fangclub.
Dutch DJ Tiesto will headline the second gig on Saturday, August 26 with support from Clean Bandit and Robin Schulz.
Gates will open at 4pm on both days.
The first act is due on stage from 4.30pm.
There will be scattered showers on Wednesday, 23 August but forecasts suggest this will clear up later in the evening.
At the moment Saturday, August 26 is forecast to have unsettled with sunshine and showers, but we all know the Northern Ireland weather is anything but predictable so it is probably best to prepare for all eventualities.
Yes, there will be a number of bars and food stalls at Boucher Road Playing Fields on both days. Photographic ID is required for those purchasing alchohol.
There will be increased security on both days and music fans are advised to leave plenty of time for these.
No handbags or large backpacks will be allowed.
Other restrictions include:
You are strongly advised to use public transport where possible due to the large number of people attending both events.
There will be no parking or drop off points available in the immediate area of the concert site.
Transport options include:
Trains: Late night return train services will run from Balmoral Station to Belfast City Centre, Portadown, Bangor, Carrickfergus & Coleraine from approximately 10.45pm - 11.45pm. Buy your return ticket online or from any main station.
Coaches: Special regional coach services will operate from L’Derry, Newry, Strabane, Omagh and Dungannon. Bookings must be made online in advance.
Metro shuttle service: Regular Metro shuttle bus services will operate to and from the concerts, departing from Donegal Square East, approximately every 10 minutes.
A Metro Shuttle bus service will be stationed on Boucher Crescent, just off Boucher Road and will be available after each concert to take you back into the city centre.
For more information visit www.translink.co.uk/concert-event-travel/vital-festival.
Promoters have issued the following advice points to those attending the concerts: