Brussels chocolate fair set to kick off with an extraordinary chocolate dress fashion show

Wednesday, 28 February 2018 17:34
For five years now, the Salon du Chocolat of Brussels has been “the” not to be missed gourmet event.
The fair kicks off with a spectacular fashion show of chocolate dresses.

From Friday to Sunday, 2 - 4 March, chocolate lovers are expected to fill the Tour & Taxis premise and experience wonderful chocolate. The organisers say that a lot of new activities and novelties are organised this year. The VIP opening night of Thursday 1st March will be open to the public.

The fair brings together chocolatiers and designers who will present their original creations of chocolate dresses. These will be unveiled in preview at the opening night of Thursday, March 1 and carried by personalities from the world of media. The public can discover them during a show scheduled every day at 17h.

Practical information :

Tour & Taxis - Sheds 3 and 4 - Avenue du Port 86c - 1000 - Brussels
From Friday, March 2 to Sunday, March 4, 2018
Open from 10h to 19h on Fridays and Saturdays / from 10h to 18h on Sundays
Inauguration evening: Thursday, March 1st at 19:00 / Price: 20 € per person

For more information please visit: http://brussels.salon-du-chocolat.com
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