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A summer of music

We have 2 very famous festivals that attract people from all over the world: Rock Werchter and Tomorrowland.

Rock Werchter is one of the five biggest annual rock music festivals in Europe. It can host 85.000 guests daily and there are 3 different stages.

Tomorrowland is held as an outdoor dancing event (festival) organized every year in the town of Boom since 2005. Tomorrowland is a 3-day festival days with 15 different stages open on each day. The event became the most international one as yet, attracting over 72 nationalities.

While those two are the biggest and most well-known, we also have a lot of other smaller festivals like Pukkelpop, Groez Rock, Graspop, Summerfestival, Laundry day, I Love Techno, Ghent Festival, to mention a few.

They all make up for a colourful summer experience, each appealing to different tastes in music on different backdrops - outdoor in the fields, festival halls or city squares. This provides an excellent opportunity to get immersed in the local culture and share your love for music with the locals.


  • Groezrock - takes place in Gestel, a part of Meerhout. It has evolved into a large punk rock/hardcore festival, with now an attendance of 30,000 people.


  • Bassleader Ghent - one of the best-known hard dance events, organized in Flanders Expo. It is very popular among young people throughout Europe.


  • Graspop Metal Meeting - a metal festival in Dessel. Despite the small size of the festival area, the festival draws a large number of international spectators
  • Couleur Café Brussels - With more than 50 concerts over three days, it offers the best of r&b, hiphop, world, dubstep, afro, soul, funk, reggae, ragga, dub, dancehall, reggaeton, latin, salsa, rock, electro… under three huge tents. There is also a dance floor featuring electronic music where festival people can also feel the force of the musical mix. Couleur Café is an apt reflection of the city Brussels, with its cultural mix that makes traveling the world as easy as looking out your front window.


  • Dourfestival - It consists of 4 days, 6 stages and 200 bands and DJ's. The festival's acts come from a wide range of genres, such as: electro, rock, drum and bass, pop, R&B, reggae, house, punk, hardcore, metal, hip-hop, techno and more.
  • Gentse Feesten - a music & theatre festival in the city of Ghent. Besides stage events, there are random small street acts such as mimickers, buskers, etc.
  • Summerfestival - a 1-day festival in the town of Boom. The 2 outdoor stages called the Hard Style Outdoor (harder styles) and The Pepsi Max Main Stage (commercial radio music)
  • Tomorrowland - an outdoor dancing event (festival), organized every year in the town of Boom since 2005. Surrounded by a fairytale decoration the festival offers a variety of genres within the electronic music and it has 10 different areas.
  • Rock Werchter - It is one of the five biggest annual rock music festivals in Europe. It has 3 stages and it can host 85,000 guests daily, of which 67,000 combine all four days, to add up to a total maximum of 139,000 different attendees. The festival is organized every first weekend of the summer vacation in Belgium (last weekend of June or the first of July). In recent years it has become more and more international with an especially large influx of Dutch, French, Walloon, British and a notable Australian and South African contingent.
  • TW Classic - a tribute to the early days of Rock Werchter. TW Classic is a one day/one stage festival held one week after the main event. It usually programs veteran acts like Phil Collins, The Police, Depeche Mode or Simple Minds, supplemented with younger mainstream Belgian acts.
  • Beachland - 1-day Beach festival in Blankenberge. Beachland opts for 6 stages offering 6 different music styles ranging from Drum & Bass, House, Retro, Harddance to more commercial dance tracks.


  • Casa Blanca Hemiksem - free music festival, organized near the Abbey of Hemiksem, and lasts 4 days. It has grown into a larger and more ambitious festival, spread over several stages.
  • Pukkelpop - takes place near the city of Hasselt. It is held within a large enclosure of fields and woodland. It is the second largest music festival in the country after Rock Werchter and it has 8 stages.
  • Polé Polé Beach - After 14 editions is Polé Polé beach still Thé beach party of the year. More than 40,000 visitors come for a mix of sand, sea and summer vibes, a mighty festival village on the beach of Zeebrugge with 2 stages, clubs, cocktail bars à la Polé Polé, tropical village and an open-air dance-floor.


  • Laundry Day - a dance festival in Antwerp. It is held every year on the first Saturday of September and it has 11 stages. Laundry Day closes the Belgian summer festival. Laundry Day is known for line-ups with mainly Belgian deejays. The organization mixes old with young talent. Many well-known Belgian deejays acquired name and fame thanks to a spot on the poster of Laundry Day. Laundry Day begins to tradition at noon and ends at midnight.


  • I Love Techno - an international techno event that takes place in Flanders Expo in Ghent. Famous national and international DJs perform every year at this event. The last editions each attracted about 40,000 visitors from Belgium, the United Kingdom, The Netherlands, France, Ireland, Spain and Germany as well other parts of Europe and the rest of the world. I Love Techno has become one of the biggest techno events in Europe.

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