Staring in March, Brussels offers you a mouth-watering selection of spectacular shows.
There will be performances, contemporary dance, stand-up, circus shows, theatre, concerts, magic, etc. Brussels has become a major stage for contemporary shows.
With a cultural scene that's over-flowing with creativity, the capital plays an essential role as a European - and global - pole for contemporary creation for all the performance arts.
There will be something for young and old, connoisseurs, curious visitors... Quick, grab your diary!
focusCIRCUS.brussels - March 2018 > March 2019
Thanks to focusCIRCUS.brussels, you have a year to discover the vitality of the circus arts in Brussels.
Far from strereotypes, the circus arts contain multiples disciplines, and is a constant state or renewal.
Between March 2018 and March 2019, this festival will put the spotlight on an explosion of colourful shows: UP!, HOPLA !, Hors-Pistes, shows by students of ESAC (Brussels' Circus College), the Fresh-Circus seminar and many more events!
Les Nuits Botanique - 27/04 > 05/05/2018
Les Nuits Botanique are probably one of the best musical events of the year in Brussels. Framed by the beauty and originality of the different concert halls, the festival above all makes sure to showcase and promote new Belgian and international productions. During this breath-taking festival, you can enjoy the best of pop, rock, hip-hop, and world music. Not to mention the aperitifs in the beautiful botanical gardens.
Kunstenfestivaldesarts - 04 > 26/05/2018
The Kunstenfestivaldesarts dedicated to contemporary creation is an unmissable festival in Brussels. For three weeks, every year, the festival takes over some 20 theatres and art centres in the capital, as well as several of the city’s public venues. The programme includes stage performances and plastic arts by Belgian and international artists.
Brussels Jazz Weekend – 25 > 27/05/2018
At Brussels Jazz Weekend explore jazz in all its forms, for free! The second edition of the festival returns to the emblematic venues of the capital such as the Grand-Place and the Sablon. Once again, it will attract a large cosmopolitan crowd - some of whom come from far and wide - who will wander in and out of cafés and music venues enjoying an impressive and diverse line-up of concerts.
D festival - 01 > 09/06/2018
Three Brussels theatres (Théâtre Marni, Les Tanneurs and Le Senghor) come together to offer you a month-long festival of contemporary dance, live music and photograph exhibitions. For its seventh year, D festival offers a programme of contemporary dance that brings together artists from numerous and rich horizons and disciplines. The choreographers for this edition each tackle, in their own way, the different constitutive parts that make up our world and what it is to be human and how they interact.