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Listen! Festival in Brussels

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The city of Brussels is the capital of Belgium and the largest city in the country. However, it also holds the honour of being the unofficial capital of the European Union. This diverse and vibrant metropolitan area has an illustrious history that dates back over 1,000 years, and its geographical significance has meant it has been the location of many bloody battles over the years. Brussels is now a modern, forward-thinking city that plays host to the European government, and tourists from all over the world flock to the city to enjoy its unique mix of different European cultures.

There is so much to do and see in Brussels, you could struggle to fit everything into a single visit. The Atomium, for instance, was modelled on a molecule of iron that was magnified many millions of times. It is a unique blend of architecture and sculpture that dominates the city’s skyline. Visitors also have the chance to tour the entire continent of Europe in just a few hours, as Mini Europe is home to traditional buildings from 80 different European cities. However, the Old Town is a must-see area of Brussels, as it is home to a stunning Gothic Town Hall and the Galeries St. Hubert – a glass-roofed shopping area packed with chic shops, cafes and restaurants.

From 17.04 to 21.04 will take place the Listen!Festival: a Brussels-wide celebration of electronic and dance music, bringing together some of the scene’s most talented artists from Belgium and abroad.
Listen! Festival
The main events will host artists like Kamaal Williams, Avalon emerson, Funkineven, Lefto, Habibi Funk, Maurice Falton, and much much more. Here the full crew list.
This unique event must be attended by all the electronic and dance music lovers. All info here

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Written by , February 7, 2019