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Brussels is taking over the airwaves

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Clubs and concert halls aren’t allowed to open their doors yet, and many of us are missing gigs and clubbing badly. That said, Brussels is starting to party again and though we can’t yet go out, organisers have come up with creative ways to let you enjoy good music, get you dancing and transport you far away.

VISIT.BRUSSELS

Sinds March, visit.brussels is setting up live streams curated by a club or nightlife player in an emblematic Brussels’ location, often a jewel of the city’s heritage. They are broadcast on visit.brussels’ Facebook page.

BOTANIQUE: RESIDENCES AND LIVE STREAMINGS

Botanique will pamper you with live streams of Belgian bands and artists. All concerts will be broadcast on their Facebook page. Any donations are passed on entirely to the artists.

KIOSK RADIO :  ‘SUPPORT YOUR BRUSSELS SCENE’

Kiosk Radio will broadcast special “Support your Brussels Scene” live sessions from various key venues and clubs. As you might already know, Kiosk Radio is an online community which does fine work streaming eclectic music sets.

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