Brussels is brimming with secrets all across its tucked-away corners, and that’s what Hide&Seek Festival aims to showcase. From August 20 to the 26, the concerts will draw you to various places across the capital that are unusual, emblematic and completely unexpected, for concerts of traditional world.
Experience the atmosphere of the Clarinet Factory at ULB’s High Voltage Lab, dive into the shamanic ambience of Mongol chants in the Molenbeek grave gallery, and set sail for the music of Madagascar while drinking down some beers at the last remaining craft distillery in Brussels, and in the afternoon enjoy a concert coupled with a guided visit organized by the quaintly named Brukselbinnenstebuiten.
And as the sunny day winds down, venture to places usually restricted to the public and let yourself be carried away by the music. This third edition promises to reveal how music and heritage oddly echo one another and it aims to showcase the nuances between each.