You shouldn't be stuck for something to do in Belfast this weekend.
Open House Festival still has a couple of days of gigs to attend as they fuse American roots and Irish traditional music together in the Cathedral Quarter. And ChilliFest is back in Custom House Square, with Nacho stands, a Cajun Cafe and a BBQ Pit as well as chilli pepper eating competitions, Strictly Come Barn Dancing ... and music from Urban Voodoo Machine (Sat afternoon) and Alabama 3 (Sun afternoon).
Great Belfast Art Hunt is back, meeting in front of Belfast City Hall on Saturday at 1pm for a afternoon of solving clues as you dander between galleries across the city to try to win the great prizes. Concludes with a party in a gallery at 4pm. £6 (£5 concession).
Not to mention this weekend's Belfast Titanic Maritime Festival down beside (and behind) the Odyssey in Queen's Quay and Abercorn Basin. Tall ships, stalls, children's activities and street theatre. Step on board the Bounty and relive all those awful moments from Pirates from the Caribbean (as well as many, many better films).
And if you prefer gaming and anime to boats and bands, head up to QUB Students' Union which is the venue for this year's Q-Con. Consoles, LAN gaming, role playing, war gaming, board games, screenings, charity events as well as traders and ... bands. No escaping music this weekend in Belfast!