The Grand Orange Lodge of Ireland is holding its Northern Ireland CenteNIal Parade on Saturday, after having to delay it in 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic.
The event is expected to see more than 25,000 people come to Belfast to watch and participate in the parade.
Here's all the information you need to know leading up to the event.
Where is the event taking place?
The march will begin at Parliament Buildings in the Stormont estate. From 10am there will be entertainment and food available for attendees at Stormont.
There will be platform proceedings in front of Parliament Buildings at 12pm, including an address from Grand Master Most Worshipful Bro. Edward Stevenson.
The parade will then leave Stormont at 1.pm, travelling through east Belfast towards the City Hall.
The parade will go through the following areas;
Prince of Wales Avenue
Upper Newtownards Road
The parade will end at the Cenotaph at Belfast City Hall.
What are the road closures in Belfast?
The PSNI have announced that from the approximate times below there will be traffic management measures or road closures on the following areas.
6am onwards - barriers/cones will be places on Newtownards Road, High Street, Donegall Place, City Centre South and Sandy Row
From 12 Noon onwards East Belfast area/Stormont/Newtownards Road
11.55am - Upper Newtownards Road/ East Link/ Ulster Hospital
12.15pm - Upper Newtownards Road/ Comber Road
12.25pm - Upper Newtownards Road/ Rosemount
11.45am - Massey Ave/ Belmont Road
12 Noon - Hawthornden/ Knock/ Upper Newtownards Road junction
12 Noon - Knock Road/ Kings Road
12.30pm - Holywood Road/ Belmont Road
12 Noon – 12.10pm - Albertbridge Road area
11.15am - Ballymiscaw and Dunlady diversion
11.35am - Comber Road/ East Link Road
11.40am - Old Dundonald Road/ East Link Road
11.45am - Kings Road diversion
12.30pm - University Road /Lower Crescent
12.30pm - Sandy Row/ Donegall Road/Lisburn Road
From 1 pm onwards City Centre
1pm - M3 Offslip
1pm - Donegall Quay
1pm - Waring Street
1pm – 1.45pm - Short Strand/ Mountpottinger Link/ Station Street/ Ormeau Road /Ormeau Avenue
1.15pm - Millfield/ Divis St/ King Street/ Castle Street
1.20pm - Middlepath Street
1.25pm - Oxford Street/ May Street
1.35pm - Cromac Street/ East Bridge Street
1.40pm - Sydenham Bypass off slip
1.40pm - Shaftesbury Square
1.45pm - GrosvenorRoad/ Durham Street
1.55pm - Fisherwick Place
When is the event due to finish?
The main parade is due to end at around 5.30/6.00pm. The police anticipate the Belfast City Centre will return to normal at approximately 7.30/8.00pm.
What is the advice for those travelling through Belfast on Saturday?
The PSNI are advising anyone travelling through Belfast to leave extra time for their journeys on Saturday to account for any disruption and delays.
There will be a series of traffic diversions along the parade route, however the Police are asking people to anticipate delays.
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