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Belgium is known for exuberance which makes all their festivals a testament to their spirit and the jewel in her crown is Brussels. If Belgium is known for exuberance, don’t ever underestimate the quiet elegance of Brussels cause hidden amongst her history and elegance is a very hip community who is always ready to celebrate. Brussels plays a host to most of Belgium’s festivals, and there is no better way to understand Belgium or Brussels than to be a part of one of the festivals in Brussels. There are plenty of festivals that occur throughout the year in Brussels, and it is also spaced according to seasons. The crown jewel of her festivals is the Brussels Summer Festival, and this one is not be missed at any cost. The Brussels Summer Festival occurs annually so if you miss it this year, there is always the next. There are plenty of festivals to go around that not only involves international artists of you wish to get a slice of the world, but some festival also pays homage to the traditions and history of Brussels. A trip to the city is not complete without a visit to one of its festivals.
One of the best festivals is the Bright Brussels which is the Brussels light festival. This is a free event that transforms the city to an artistic extravaganza of lights. This festival is not to be missed as it not only celebrates the cosmopolitan spirit of Brussels, but also the routes that are decorated with lights pay homage to the historical heritage of artistic marvels in the city. For those interested in understanding the geopolitics of Europe and in having an all-around experience in Europe, it is best to visit Brussels during the spring. Europe Day which falls on the 9th of May results in the European Union opening themselves to the public in Brussels. There are numerous events and activities that occur on this day to create awareness and celebrate the establishment of the European Union. Another two festival know for its fun are the upcoming Brussels Game Festival and The Jazz Marathon which is a Brussels jazz festival. Each of these festivals is three days long. Brussels Game festival celebrates the child in you by dedicating itself to gaming of all forms; board games, apps, online games etc. The Jazz Marathon hosts jazz concerts in prominent locations such as Grand Place, Sint-Katelijne Square, Sablon Square and Cocq Square making it a treat for your eyes and ears.
Brussels has two major seasonal festivals; The Brussels Summer Festival and the Brussels Christmas Market. They are not to be missed as one brings in international music talent while the other celebrates Brussels. The Summer Festival is a renowned music festival, and it showcases European artists. It has expanded since its establishment and has become one of the go-to-music events in Europe with thousands of vying to be a part of it every year. With the onset of Christmas, Brussels gears up for its annual Christmas market which they call the Winter Wonder. The festival is a slice of Brussel pie as the festival showcases the local food, local artists like jugglers and stores which sell antiques and knick-knacks. It is perfect for family fun as they have an ice-skating rink too. If you want to experience the true spirit of Brussels, visit allevents.in to explore the different festivals in Brussels.