Why July is the most colourful month in Flanders?

Published on : Wednesday, July 8, 2015

Tomorrow Land Flanders pic 2Flanders has many beautiful spots and tourist attractions worth visiting. And if you are planning a trip to Flanders, here are the top four festivals to make your holiday even more colourful.

 

Tomorrowland (Recreation Area De Schorre)

Yesterday is History, Today is a Gift, Tomorrow is Mystery. What started out in 2005 as a one-day festival has, in 2014, grown into a three-day festival. As the world’s biggest DJs and electronic producers make their way to Boom in Belgium, organisers will dress up some 15 stages in over-sized flowers, active volcanoes, giant disco balls, explosive butterflies, smoke cannons, confetti and anything else their minds can possibly dream up.

Where : schommelei,2850 Boom

When : From Friday, July 24, 2015 To Sunday, July 26, 2015

 

 

 

Cactus Festival

Cactus is a festival on a human scale, in a relaxed atmosphere, which deliberately dissociates itself from the trends towards ‘more’ and ‘bigger’. You will not suffer any agonising dilemmas, as Cactus opts for one stage, which means the audience can watch the programme from start to finish. An atmospheric festival that manages to titillate the senses off-stage too, with fresh animation and appropriate decoration. A venue where reputed musicians, musical innovators of the future and a musically open-minded audience come together.

Where : Minnewaterpark,8000 Bruges

When : From Friday, July 10, 2015 to To Sunday, July 12, 2015

 

 

 

Couleur Café Festival (Tour & Taxis)

A colourfully mixed, altruistic, tropical and spicy festival! A cocktail of music from here and elsewhere with more than 50 concerts in 3 marquees. Couleur Café is, above all, a gigantic fiesta with all the brass bands, dance competitions, creative workshops, themed exhibitions, souks, restaurants and exotic cocktails you could wish for. A multicultural and off -the-wall ambience, just like Brussels itself. We’ll “zouk” until the morning.

Where : Havenlaan 86c,1000 Brussels

From Friday, 3 July, 2015 to To Sunday, 5 July, 2015

 

 

 

Blues Peer (BRBF)

The most famous Flemish Rhythm and Blues Festival and known throughout Europe. The program is not purist blues: you will find John Hiatt and Van Morrison there as well. We’re told that this is the festival where most beer is consumed per visitor in Flanders. On the stage of this leading – indeed legendary – blues festival with its mix of blues, soul, gospel and roots music, numerous national and international celebrities have already appeared.

Where : Festivalweide,3990 Peer

When : From Friday, 17 July, 2015 To Sunday, 19 July, 2015

 

 

 

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