Happy Brussels: The full access pass to the new year’s unmissable parties

Brussels is one of the top destinations on the European clubbing scene. From bars to clubs and the best nights out, this is where dance-floor aficionados are guaranteed to be in their element. For party people who are curious to discover the capital’s buzzing night life, Happy Brussels offers a pass granting access to the unmissable after-dark events lined up for the 2019 new year. The ultimate immersion in the Brussels party experience.

Brussels is planning a huge range of events. From tech house to dance and hip hop, there’s something to suit everyone’s musical style and taste. Streams of party-goers head to the Belgian capital for a night looking to catch the DJ of the moment or let their hair down at one of the countless parties going on in the European capital.

Brussels night life in all its guises

For the past 5 years, the Happy Brussels pass is a unique opportunity to experience everything the “Made in Brussels” night life has to offer for the new year. From the remarkable architecture of the Horta Gallery to the chilled-out atmosphere of Sounds Jazz Club, not to mention the unmissable Fuse and Bloody Louis, the nocturnal events on offer are happening in some of the most emblematic locations across the capital.


Day and night

Apart from a dozen night-time events in the new year, the Happy Brussels pass also includes plenty of ways to enrich your stay with fantastic daytime activities. In fact, Happy Brussels reveals all the right maps in terms of bars and unusual places to party. It also includes free entry to any screening you choose at the Galeries Cinema. To cap it all, the pass includes a visit to Atomium, the must-see architectural giant, a symbol of Europe’s capital, as well as two exclusive exhibitions on the subject of music and clubbing.


Revolutions: Records and Rebels 1966-1970 at the ING Art Centre

An odyssey that will immerse you in the ideals, aspirations, utopia and thirst for freedom of the late sixties, as well as its anti-establishment movement and demonstrations. These cultural, social, artistic and technological revolutions, which all took place between 1966 and 1970, have influenced the way we live today and are still influencing
the way we see ourselves in the future.


Night Fever. Designing club culture

Clubs and nightclubs are the epicentres of pop culture. Ever since the 1960s, these are the venues where groundbreakers have challenged norms and created alternative realities. As a result, many nightclubs have developed into full-blown modern works of art, with an unprecedented blend of interior architecture and design in their furnishings, art and graphic prints, lighting and music, fashion and performance. Night fever. ‘Designing Club Culture 1960 – Today’ is the first exhibition devoted to an exhaustive international history of nightclub design and culture.



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