Music and festival lovers have Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May highlighted in their agendas. During the extended Whitsun weekend, the second edition of CORE Festival takes place at the beautiful Osseghem Park in Brussels, near the Atomium.
CORE Festival presents a captivating and eclectic mix of pop, indie, live electronic music, hiphop, soul, r&b and alternative dance, spread across four stages - Ardo, Endoma, AltVerda and Orlo - in the midst of the scenic park. Angèle, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Pusha T, PinkPantheress, The Blessed Madonna, Masego, Romy, Yussef Dayes, Ravyn Lenae and Eliza Rose, among others, will be in Brussels on Saturday 27 May. The day after, on Sunday 28 May, Moderat, alt-J, Little Simz, Goldband, Channel Tres, Honey Dijon, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, KOKOROKO, JPEGMAFIA, Denis Sulta and more will perform at the Osseghem Park.
Tickets for the two-day boutique festival at the foot of the Atomium are available on corefestival.com.
CORE Festival is a collaboration of Rock Werchter and Tomorrowland, and more than just a music festival. Both festivals join forces to make CORE Festival a refreshing immersive experience of music, nature and art, stimulating all senses. Art installations by Joanie Lemercier, Fleur Roggeman and Reality Is, among others, can be admired. Plus-One gallery shares the best digital art by Victor Verhelst, Nicholas William Johnson, Jonas Lund and Tabor Rabok at the eye-catching Nabo stage. Foodies will be spoiled by multiple original food trucks and stands by Kroket, Banh Mi, Dim’s, Pois Chiche, Mission Masala, NONA, Bia Mara, Humphrey, De Laet & Van Haver & more.