Brussels Electronic Marathon 2017 just started! Does your heart beat for electronic music? You have a whole weekend of amazing electronic music and concerts in many different venues. Can you imagine that even Couldenberg Palace takes part in this years BEM festival! Take a stroll through the medieval underground halls and discover the installations hidden in the remains of the old palace.

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Brussels electronic marathon is a three-day urban electronic music festival, spread over more than 30 venues across the capital city. The festival is the result of a collaborative effort between numerous local collectives who together create and build the Brussels music scene. From October 13 to 15, BEM will host dozens of events to showcase the talent our city has to offer.

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From the middle ages, this castle overlooked Brussels from Coudenberg hill. From the 12th century, the successive monarchs and their representatives transformed a small fortified castle into a residential palace, one of the most beautiful palaces of Europe and one of Charles V’s main residences. This prestigious building was severely damaged by fire in 1731. To learn more about it, visit Brussels Museums website.

Visualising sound waves – detail from Expo Synesthetics in the remains of the medieval palace of Coudenberg. You can visit the exposition from 12th until 20th of October.

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Brussels electronic marathon is a three-day urban electronic music festival, spread over more than 30 venues across the capital city. The festival is the result of a collaborative effort between numerous local collectives who together create and build the Brussels music scene. From October 13 to 15, BEM is hosting dozens of events to showcase the talent that our city has to offer!

For the full program of BEM17 festival, check their official website.

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