NI Climate Festival at Stormont

Climate Craic launches Northern Ireland’s inaugural climate festival. The festival will be held on Sunday, September 19th, 2021 and will take place at the main Stormont Estate. It will be open to people of all ages who would like to learn more about and celebrate climate activism.

Venue: Stormont Estate

Date: Sunday 19 September 2021

Times: 12 – 7pm

Price: Free!

Climatefest

** We want this event to be as inclusive and fun as possible for everyone! So if you have any access requirements, please get in touch by emailing: jess.climatec[email protected]

What is Climate Craic?


Climate Craic was founded in 2021 as a result of an Active Citizens programme which was sponsored by Co-operation Ireland, a cross-border peacebuilding charity, and the British Council.

The primary objective of this organisation is to create positive, borderless engagement with climate action. With inclusivity at its core, Climate Craic’s core aims are facilitating creative approaches to climate action, socially diverse collaboration, and cross-border climate legislation.

Climate Craic will also be calling on political representatives to attend the United Nations Climate Change Conference (otherwise known as ’COP 26’) in November 2021, on behalf of Northern Ireland.

Northern Ireland’s first Climate Festival


This festival will have live music, eco-friendly workshops, guest speakers, and entertainment suitable for all ages. It will also be an opportunity for you to engage with scientists, activists, academics, and discuss your hopes, research, and concerns regarding the climate emergency.


We would be delighted to welcome anyone who is interested in getting involved in climate action to this festival.

Book your FREE tickets to Climate Craic 2021

This event will be completely free; you can request your tickets via the link below.
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ni-climate-festival-tickets-167586946067

Please note that this event will be taking place in compliance with all relevant COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions.