A night of live music in an inflatable submarine with CORE Festival
If partying in a giant inflatable submarine has been on your Brussels to-do list for too long, here comes a unique opportunity from the organisers of the city's eagerly awaited CORE Festival.
CORE Festival is offering Bulletin readers a night of live music and DJ sets on Tuesday 25 April, to mark 30 days before the launch of this year's star-studded festival in Osseghem Park.
The unusual inflatable submarine will be erected in a secret location somewhere in central Brussels, with a 100% female line-up: Angie is a 22-year-old French artist spanning R&B, rap and afro pop. She will be followed by a live showcase from Zonmai, a 21-year-old Brussels musician and an afterparty by DJ L4U.
The event is by invitation only - and The Bulletin has pairs of tickets for you to win.
The CORE Festival itself, from 27-28 May, is a collaboration between Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter, two of Belgium and Europe’s biggest festivals, and heralds the start of the summer music festival season in Brussels.
The Brussels spin-off, in the woods beneath the Atomium, offers a diverse programme of pop, indie, live electronic music, hip hop and alternative dance, with confirmed names at the two-day boutique event including alt-J, Angèle, Charlotte Adigéry and Unknown Mortal Orchestra.
CORE pre-festival party, central Brussels, 25 April 19.00-0.00
CORE Festival, Osseghem Park, Laeken, 27-28 May, passes from €82. Sorry! Our prize giveaway has now closed and the winners have been notified