City of Brussels opens call for projects: Vaux-Hall Summer
The City of Brussels launches a call for an original artistic concept for the Friday evenings of Vaux-Hall Summer 2019. The deadline for the applications is 4 March 2019.
In 1913, an outdoor relaxation area was created at the Vaux-Hall in the Royal Park of Brussels. It was surrounded by a U-shaped covered gallery and a structure built in Louis XVI style. The extraordinary, but unsung site was neglected for a long time. Only recently it has been restored meticulously for over 4 years.
In 2017, the City of Brussels gave back Vaux-Hall its original function by organizing a culture and family-friendly program under the name Vaux-Hall Summer during weekends in July and August. In 2019, the City continues this cultural offer from 31 May.
Call for projects
In addition to the activities on Saturdays and Sundays (concerts of classical music, film screenings, games, creative workshops for children…), the City of Brussels launches a call for an original artistic concept for Friday nights. The call is addressed to all operators who wish to participate. Multiple operators can also decide to cooperate with each other in the context of a particular project.
Interested project managers must submit a proposal for an original artistic concept that must take place every Friday between 31 May and 11 August 2019 and for a period of at least 4 hours between 6 pm and 11 pm.
A budget of up to 36,000 euros is available for the call for projects. Access to the site and participation in the activities must be free.
How to submit a file?
The application files must be sent by e-mail to:
The deadline for the receipt of the applications is 4 March 2019.
The details of the project call are only available in Dutch and French.