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The numbers are striking: in Belgium alone, 25,000 dogs are taken in by animal shelters each year.
On the eve of Belgium’s national holiday this week, Brussels DJ Lost Frequencies, aka Felix De Laet, climbed to the roof of the Royal Palace to play a set marking the launch of a virtual pub
Flemish band Hooverphonic came in fifth in Eurostream 2020, an alternative to the Eurovision Song Contest, which was cancelled because of the coronavirus.
Felix De Laet, better known as Lost Frequencies, brought the house down at the MIAs, as Flanders’ music industry handed out its annual prizes.
Step into Bozar’s concert hall, take a seat among surround-sound speakers and put on a blindfold.
January is Jazz month in Brussels - or Jazzuary as they like to call it.
The punk, post-punk and new wave eras were about more than just music – as a fascinating, visually striking new show at Brussels design museum ADAM reveals.
Brussels' Cirque Royal concert venue attracted 125,000 spectators in its first year since reopening following major upgrades, the City of Brussels has announced.
The best DJs in the world are Belgian - according to a global poll of more than a million music-lovers.