Around 14,000 festival-goers were at Spa town centre on the 20th to the 23rd of July to attend some of the nearly 90 concerts going ahead during the 24th Francofolies festival.
If, like many, you thought it was impossible for someone who isn’t Chinese to become a Mandarin, you’d be wrong – and Belgian Paul Splingaerd is evidence, albeit isolated, of that.
The European Commission published its first "Cultural and Creative Cities Monitor" on Thursday.
One of the most anticipated R’n’B, soul, funk and hip hop festivals in Europe, the Couleur Café returns at a new venue.
Commemorations of the 100th anniversary of the Battle of the Mines began on Wednesday morning in Messines with a tribute to the New Zealand soldiers in the presence of numerous Belgian and foreign personalities.
The 22nd edition of Belgian Pride, to be held on 20 May in Brussels, will be devoted to "Asylum and Migration".
A rare Tintin illustration from “Tintin in America” sold for 753,000 euros (costs included) at Artcurial in Paris on Saturday, the auction house announced.
The 13th edition of "Wallonia Weekends Welcome" event, which invites visitors to discover the local treasures, with the support of citizens or associations having something to share, will begin on Saturday 22 and Sunday 23 April, announced the Walloon Minister of Tourism, René Collin, at a press conference in Grand-Hallet…
The tenth Museum Night Fever saw 16,500 people visit the 23 participating Brussels museums on Saturday evening, the organisers announced Sunday morning.
“InSyrinated” by Belgian director Philippe Van Leeuw won the Prix du Public in the Panorama section on Saturday evening.