1Tunnel Complex Louiza/Louise
As each year Listen Festival is headed to some unique locations in Brussels: Stand-out event for the 2024 edition will take place on Sunday 31.03 when the festival is heading to the tunnel-complex beneath the Louiza-square for a full-on rave in 3 tunnels.
Situated in the industrial Buda district, between the Brussels canal and the Senne river, BUDA BXL sits amidst abandoned warehouses and discarded heavy machinery.
The recently renovated industrial complex has not lost a splinter of its heavy duty atmosphere and hosts a wide variety of events and club-nights on a regular basis.
Located in the Horta Gallery that connects Brussel Central Station to the Rue des Marchées aux Herbes, C12 is a place where the passion for art & music in all its forms unites all identities. This pluridisciplinary space where art & clubbing collide, has quickly found its way into the hearts of Brussels clubbers and culture lovers since its inauguration in 2018.
Brussels Congress opened in 1952, as part of the subterranean North-South connection. The station building designed by modernist architect Maxime Brunfaut, has hosted its fair share of exhibitions and raves in the early 2000’s next to its function as a train station.
Since opening up in 1994, Fuse has been a formative institution in the Brussels underground electronic music scene. Hidden deep inside the Marolles quartier of our capital, Fuse has hosted an array of international names and local legends over the years.
The club has managed to stay on top of the European game for so long by never following any trends but instead developing its own heart and soul.
Brussels-Central railway station, officially Brussels-Central, is a railway and metro station in central Brussels, Belgium. It is the second busiest railway station in Belgium and one of three principal railway stations in Brussels, together with Brussels-South and Brussels-North
Botanique: Botanique is Brussels’ home for alternative music and emerging artists. With its three iconic rooms, Botanique is a unique historic place that unites hardcore music lovers across genres.
La Cabane is one of the latest additions to the Brussels clubbing scene. Since 2019 this self-dubbed ‘micro-club’ has booked anything but small names with the likes of Antal, Roi Perez, Shanti Celeste, Chez Damier, Peach, Dj Fett Burger, Byron The Aquarius, and more gracing the decks.
Flagey is a culture house in Brussels devoted to music and the moving image.
10Notre-Dame Van Laken
The Church of Our Lady of Laeken is a neo-Gothical marvel designed by architect Joseph Poelaert. With it's swift and impressive lines it will be the ideal back-drop for the opening concert of Listen 2024.
Freshly opened club UMI is a place where music and art converge, right in the heart of Brussels.
The Centre for Fine Arts is a multi-purpose cultural venue in central Brussels, Belgium. It is often referred to as BOZAR in French or PSK in Dutch. The building was designed by the architect Victor Horta, and completed in 1929 at the instigation of the banker and patron of the arts Henry Le Bœuf.
Ancienne Belgique presents today’s music, by today’s people, about the world we live in. AB still does what it has been doing for years: introducing interesting new and established artists to as broad an audience of music enthusiasts as possible.
This beautiful venue partly located in a former church welcomes a programming mostly turned to choreographic works that, in Brussels' strange and widely opened melting pot, are the signs of a free and stimulating inspiration.
Volta is a Brussels music center that contributes in a sustainable way to the development of musical talent in Brussels and around. It is a place where musicians are guided and supported in their artistic journey in a qualitative way, and where a diverse audience can discover an unique music programming and other activities. Volta resolutely chooses to give unknown and emerging talent the place and time to develop themselves artistically and professionally. With its operational approach, Volta thereby holds an unique intermediate position in the music scene that facilitates the flow of artists to the club and festival circuit, among others.
Beursschouwburg is a multidisciplinary house for arts and reflection, an open meeting place strongly anchored in Brussels’ reality. Here we embrace the local, the global and everything in between.