The must-have guide for art and culture lovers is back in bookstores around the city with its overview of the unmissable cultural events in Brussels in 2024. In the age of digital technology, BRUSSELS 2024 is the paper diary you will enjoy!
This year will be unique. Brussels is ready to make the most of Belgium’s six-month presidency of the Council of the European Union. To shine on the international stage, all kinds of projects have been set up. One of them, dedicated to surrealism and in homage to Ensor, is a collaboration by three major cultural institutions: BOZAR, the Royal Museums of Fine Arts and KBR (National Library of Belgium). Tributes will also be paid to Jean-Michel Folon at the Magritte Museum, Christophe Gevers at the Design Museum Brussels and Josef Hoffman at the Museum of Art & History in 2024.
This guide is the only one that lists all the cultural events taking place in the capital in the coming year. It comes as a handy tool for all Brussels residents and expats who want to discover the city in a different way. The aim is twofold: not to miss the essential and to leave the welltrodden paths.
This new edition of the cultural guide BRUSSELS 2024 offers 100 ideas for original cultural excursions. They were selected for quality and originality by ten cultural journalists with a passion for Brussels. Exhibitions, performances, festivals, concerts… at familiar addresses, but also at surprising places exceptionally open to the public.
A monthly calendar completes the guide, allowing you to plan your excursions at a glance. The unique guide BRUSSELS 2024 is a creation of the Foundation for the Arts, in collaboration with visit.brussels. It is available for 10 euros from visit.brussels and in different bookshops around Brussels.