Published Friday, 24 August 2012
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The concert on Saturday evening kicks off with a performance from TV talent winner Joe McElderry, as well as some local acts.
But before that there will be a whole day of events taking place in the city and across the region to celebrate the build-up to the Paralympic opening ceremony.
It all begins at 8am with a cauldron being lit at Stormont.
Seven lanterns will then be lit from that cauldron and taken on to Strabane, Ballymena, Cookstown, Lisburn, Carrickfergus Newry and Londonderry.
The Belfast lantern will tour around the city stopping off at various locations.
It starts its journey at Sainsbury's at Holywood exchange at 10am, then it then goes to the Ozone Leisure Centre at 11am, Andersonstown leisure centre at noon, Belfast Children's Hospice at 1pm and the 174 trust at 2.15pm.
After that it will go on display in the afternoon at Titanic Museum before a lantern precession and eight torch bearers carry the flame from the water front to City Hall.
Earlier this week, scouts and mountaineers climbed Slieve Donard in Co Down to light the national flame to mark the beginning of the London 2012 Paralympic torch relay.
And organisers are hoping the events will capture as much excitement as the Olympics.
Ken Kelling said: "I think what we are going to see with the Paralympics games is a real focus on human endeavour and that's been part of our planning in terms of the Olympic torch relay as well, and I think when we see our athletes getting into action we are going to see that same spirit of endeavour.
"I think we are going to see the same support that we had for the team GB athletes at the Olympic game coming through for the Paralympic games as well."