This coming 6-7 May, the Brussels-Capital Region will celebrate its 28th anniversary. This great festival brings together all the people of Brussels in the heart of their region and invites visitors to come and spend a weekend partying together. From free concerts to a variety of street activities, the Iris Festival draws a big audience, earning its place among the flagship events of the cultural and festival year in Brussels. Between Electro Night and Iris Nights dance floor enthusiasts will not have a moment's rest. On Saturday, 6 May dancers will also join in the party thanks to Electro Night which will close out the first day of the Iris Festival on a high note at Place des Palais starting at 7 PM. On Saturday, “The iris Festival in the communes” will offer the chance to explore a sRead More
Its party time in Brussels for Iris festival!
During the occasion of the Iris Festival this coming May 7 – 8, a party atmosphere will spread throughout the neighbourhoods of Brussels. More than 200 activities are on the agenda. Streets alive!, Brussels, born and bred !, Food Truck Festival, Out! Village and many more will join forces to transform these two days into a must-see weekend. Public Corner – Sunday 8 May, from 12am to 6pm At the initiative of Fadila Lanaan, Secretary of State for the Civil Service of the Brussels-Capital Region, a new village, the "Public Corner", will be placed at the entrance to Brussels Park. This new regional village will bring together a dozen public services each of which will offer leisure activities featuring the daily work of the people of Brussels. Also, in cooperation with beezy.brussels...Read More
Here is an opportunity to discover the off-the-beaten-track or hidden Brussels. The Fête de l’Iris/Irisfeest, which is celebrating the 26th anniversary of the Brussels-Capital Region on 9 and 10 May, will also feature Bruxelles Bienvenue/Welkom Brussel event. The activities will take place in the European capital. During this occasion, a party atmosphere will spread throughout the neighbourhoods of Brussels. Naturally, Palace Square concerts are on the agenda, but that’s not all. Rues en Fête, Bruxellois Non Peut-Etre, Food Truck Festival, and Bruxelles Bienvenue will join forces to transform these two days into a must-see weekend for the locals and tourists alike. Bruxelles Bienvenue/Welkom Brussel Thirty or so secret spots or which are usually closed to the public will host out-of-Read More