Couleur Café festival returns to Brussels' Osseghem park

Couleur Café festival returns this weekend for its 33rd edition, with more than 70,000 visitors expected for more than 80 artists at Osseghem park near the Atomium.

The varied line-up features hip-hop, amapiano, Afrobeats, dancehall, electro and reggaeton. Headliners include Action Bronson, Masego, Lord Apex, Biga*Ranx, Tems and Fatoumata. South African singer Tyla, the rising Afropop artist who rose to international fame with her 2023 single Water, had to cancel her performance and will be replaced by Dutch rapper Frenna.

Couleur Café started in 1990 as a small and predominantly African music festival but quickly became one of the biggest festivals in Brussels. In 2017, it moved from Tour & Taxis to its new home at Osseghem park. It attracts around 70,000 visitors every year and features around 100 live artists and DJs, as well as food, craft stalls and other attractions.

Combi tickets and Saturday tickets are already sold out, with only Friday and Sunday tickets still available.



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