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The Brussels region now recognises clubbing as intangible cultural heritage following an initiative from the nightlife sector itself.
Brussels Pride Week is stuffed full of activities leading up to the big Belgian and European Pride Parade and Village.
An illegal three-day rave on a military domain in Brustem in Flanders that drew at least 10,000 and possibly as many as 15,000 people has finally come to an end.
If partying in a giant inflatable submarine has been on your Brussels to-do list for too long, here comes a unique opportunity from the organisers of the city's eagerly awaited CORE Festival.
Fuse nightclub, the oldest club of its type in all of Belgium, is finding itself back at square one amid an ongoing battle with a new neighbour who wants the club to keep the volume down.
Brussels' late-night collective taxi service, Collecto, will resume operations next month, three years after it was halted during the first coronavirus shutdown.
A tax on dancing that dates back to the 1950s has finally been abolished in the City of Brussels.
A new proposal from the MR party is calling on the Brussels parliament to expand its night-time public transport options, in particular between midnight and 3.00 on weekends.
After significant backlash from the closure of one of Brussels most iconic nightclubs, Fuse was allowed to reopen this weekend under certain conditions.