Belgium celebrates home-grown talent with Belgian Music Week

From Monday to Sunday, Belgium will celebrate home-grown music with performances, live sessions, interviews and award shows during Belgian Music Week.

Several radio stations will devote their programming to Belgian music, and concert halls, cultural centres, record and instrument shops and youth clubs on both sides of the language border will celebrate home-grown talent.

The Week of Belgian Music was born during the Covid 19 pandemic and is now in its fourth year. The whole week is dedicated to the local music scene, including live sessions, interviews and musical guests.

From the biggest cities to the smallest hamlets, Belgian music will take centre stage. In Ghent, the Ha Concerts venue will celebrate the city's music scene, and in Brussels, the Ancienne Belgique concert hall will have something to offer every day. ​ 

Radio station Studio Brussel will broadcast live from the renovated Bourse in Brussels, and three award shows, including the Music Industry Awards, will take place across the country.

Fans of all genres are catered for. Drum'n'bass and dubstep fans can celebrate Rampage's 15th anniversary at De Studio in Antwerp, while classical music lovers can enjoy the Collegium Vocale Gent's exceptional interpretation of Bach in Flagey. 

Visit the website of the Belgian Music Week to discover all planned events.


#FlandersNewsService | Black Box Revelation at Ancienne Belgique in 2019 © Alex Vanhee / HOLLANDSE HOOGTE

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