Brussels, is also about exhibitions, concerts, festivals, open-air evenings, fairs... In short, there is always something to do, regardless of the weather!
Want to go dancing, but don’t know where?
Go on Visit’Brussels’s website and find a list of all the best parties in Brussels!
Click hereand find all the jam sessions in Brussels
Street Art Belgium, a creative platform, has a very noble ambition to document street art and graffiti in a positive way. By organizing expositions, events and festivals they try to involve all enthusiasts to witness this unique art form with their own eyes. Since the website holds geographical information about pieces of art on the streets, it’s a good starting point and guide if you want to scout some of these in Brussels yourself.
More info on theStreet at Belgium’s website
In 2013 Brunfaut’s an exhibition about Belgian architecture from the modernist period. This is another exhibition in the thematic cycle around Belgian architecture of that time.Brunfaut is a family of progressist architects, openly politically engaged and with great influence.
Fernand (1886-1972) as politician, Gaston (1894-1974) as critic and theorist and Maxime (1909-2003) as practitioner, had great influence on Brussels and Belgium with their architecture.
Of their hand: De Vooruit in Ghent, the Bordet hospital, the Sanatorium of Tombeek...
More information on theAtomium’s website
The tried and trusted formula remains unchanged. Over three days, a range of famous and not so famous jazz musicians will perform on four open-air stages and all evening long in a host of clubs and cafes
More information on the Brussels Jazz Marathon’s website