Content by tag : Nightlife
Urban art continues to spring up, brightening darker corners of the capital.
A new committee is being set up with the aim of better managing Brussels' nightlife - and resolving problems and conflicts that arise.
A ban on night-time street drinking around Brussels' central pedestrian zone will officially come into force on 1 February - for a trial period of six months.
The City of Brussels has announced a ban on street drinking between midnight and 6.00 around the city's pedestrian zone.
story might be apocryphal, but it’s readily told in Flemish circles in Brussels. At the end of the 1970s, Flanders and the French Community had to divide some assets between them.
With an international career as a DJ and producer spanning two decades, Trish Van Eynde is humble about being dubbed Brussels' first lady of techno.
Melting pot Brussels is buzzing with live music all week long. While the big venues attract the big global names, the joy of live music often best comes across in intimate bars and clubs.
A new party concept is coming to Brussels this weekend - supporting visually impaired people while promising the best possible sound quality.
Club and bar owners in the Saint-Jacques neighbourhood of downtown Brussels are co-operating with local politicians on a new Nightlife Charter to help curb late-night noise, drunkenness and violen