What to do in Brussels: our cultural selection of the week

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Published at 23/05/2022
By Carmen

Brussels is bursting with cultural activities, you won't know what to choose! Every week, agenda.brussels offers you a selection of cultural nuggets and must-sees (exhibitions, concerts, guided tours and other discoveries....). Whether you are rather conventional or a lover of the unusual, whether for this evening or this weekend, with your family, in a group or with your lover...follow the guide!


CORE Festival

When Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter decide to come together and make sweet music you get... the brand-new Core Festival! Four stages in the natural beauty of Osseghem Park and a unique combination of art, sound and light installations provide for an overwhelming, total experience. Indie, hip-hop, electronica and alternative dance animate a line-up that promises to stimulate all your senses. The summer vibes start early this year! 

27 and 28 May 

Day pass from €72, combi pass from €132

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BIKE RIDE: Dimanche à vélo (Sundays by bike) 

Dimanche à vélo

The Grand Hospice is a remarkable piece of heritage and while they wait for renovation works to begin, the site is opening its doors to all kinds of social and cultural projects. Every last Sunday of the month, the Grand Hospice will be the starting and finishing point of a lovely bike ride. This Sunday, Cactus - Brussels by Bike takes us to the former Boitsfort hippodrome. The beautifully restored buildings of this lively recreational park will catapult you back to the time when this was the venue of choice for the beau monde of Brussels!  

29 May at 10:00. 


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CONCERT:Classique à l’Abbaye : VIVA!opera

Classique à l'Abbaye : VIVA!opera @ France Dubois

VIVA!opera is the traditional festive end of the 'Classique à l'Abbaye' (Classical music in the Abbey) concert season. Next Sunday, in the elegant setting of Dielegem Abbey, discover a Belgian trio of international standing. Soprano Emma Posman, tenor Denzil Delaere and bass Tijl Faveyts are masterfully joined by Brussels-based Veronika Iltchenko on the piano as they sing timeless operatic gems. 

5 June at 11:00 and 15:00, booking required 

From €5 

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