Belfast Telegraph

Pictured: Blast of colour as Belfast Mela returns to Botanic Gardens

The Belfast Mela has returned to the city's Botanic Gardens for its eleventh year celebrating diversity.

Thousands are expected to attend Sunday's event, which includes food, dance and music from around the world.

Some of the acts taking the the stage include: a-cappella group Rosinka, which is made up of 15 members from various Russian speaking countries based in Northern Ireland; County Antrim harpist Amy McAllister; and Ireland's first professional Indian drumming collective DHOL Belfast.

A new addition to this year's festival has been the 'Polska Village', which will showcase a line-up of Polish music, dance, food and traditional folk art.

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