What to do in September

BELGIUM

Sunday cruise from Brussels through the Green Belt (Grimbergen/Humbeek) with Sunday brunch

September 1, 2021 – October 29, 2021

Sainctelette

Avenue du Port 6

1000 Bruxelles

https://www.rivertours.be/en/boattrip/6807

Boat trip along the renewed Brussels canal district and through the rural Green Belt. From the deck of the boat you will discover new lofts, apartments and new business projects on the canal banks. You will see the Port of Brussels and the Brussels marina. Vilvoorde ‘Watersite’ with its new residential district and ‘promenade’ near the waterfront looks like a real seaside town. In Grimbergen and Humbeek nature takes over. Enjoy a delicious Sunday brunch during cruising.

 

Rêveries Subaquatiques – Exhibition by photograph Harry Fayt

May 22, 2021 – October 31, 2021

Musée de l’Eau et de la Fontaine

Allée du Bois Des Rêves, 1

1340 Ottignies

https://lemuseedeleauetdelafontaine.be/exposition-reveries-subaquatiques/

The Water and Fountain Museum and the Province of Walloon Brabant present: “Subaquatic Rêveries”. From May 22 to October 31, at the Bois des Rêves, delve into the fantastic world of photographer Harry Fayt.

In the heart of nature, 28 large-format works fit into the bucolic environment of the Bois des Rêves. The opportunity for visitors to stroll through this inspiring place and discover the two photographic series Heart made in Belgium and Modern Icons by the Belgian artist.

 

The obsCURE plays the Cure

September 11, 2021

The Crossover Music Pub

Langerbrugge-Eiland 1

9000 Gent

https://www.thecrossover.be/agenda/obscure

For five years now, tribute band the obsCURE has been able to approach the Cure’s repertoire in detail like no other. Successfully active in Flanders, Wallonia, the Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg since the end of 2014, both in halls/clubs and at festivals. A show by the obsCURE guarantees a nostalgic trip to the 80’s and 90’s when the Cure was at its peak. Not only the sound, but also the visuals ensure that you not only hear or see the Cure, but also feel it.

the obsCURE knows how to effortlessly adapt to the audience and proves that the Cure no longer stands for dark music, but that you can also party firmly to world hits such as “Just Like Heaven”, “Boys Don’t Cry”, “Friday I’m In Love”, “Lullaby”, “Close To Me”, …

Of course, true Cure fans are also catered to when needed. In other words, the set is adapted to the audience and the occasion

 

LUXEMBOURG

Fun um Glacis (Schueberfouer)

August 23, 2021 – September 11, 2021

Glacis Luxembourg City

https://www.visitluxembourg.com/en/place/specialevents/schueberfouer

Carousels, travelling merchants, laughing children, the smell of baked fish, popcorn and other goodies: it’s Schueberfouer time again. The fairground on the vast Glacis is a highlight on the Luxembourg City calendar. The entrance is a great, colourful, painted wooden portal through to this world of its own. The traditional folk fair awaits you with fun fair stands, Ferris wheel, roller coasters and of course countless dining and drinking stalls.

 

Villa creativa!

August 28, 2021 – November 11, 2021

  1. Emile Reuter 18

L-2420 Luxembourg

https://www.visitluxembourg.com/en/whats-on/event/2021/08/29/villa-creativa

Every last Sunday of the month, the Villa Vauban opens its workshop area to families. With our mediators, you discover a wide variety of materials and craft techniques, with no limits to creativity.

The workshop lasts one hour and reservations are available for 14:00, 15:00, 16:00, 17:00.

A reservation is recommended in order to guarantee you a spot in the workshops

 

Sommerführungen

September 3, 2021

1 place de l’Europe

L-1499 Luxembourg

https://www.visitluxembourg.com/en/whats-on/event/2021/09/03/sommerfuhrungen

During the summer months, the Philharmonie invites you to visits beyond the familiar paths. Explore the building’s architecture and questions of programming, and of course guided tours also take you through the Grand Auditorium, the Salle de Musique de Chambre, the Espace Découverte and the foyer. Participants also get an impression of the backstage area. Guided tours depend and are adapted to the current artistic activities in the building, but you may encounter musicians and technicians and catch a glimpse of a rehearsal. Discover places usually closed to the public and look behind the scenes of concert life. The languages of the guided tours are announced beforehand, but they may also be adapted to visitors’ needs at the beginning of the tour.

Come visit and discover the Philharmonie as you have never seen it before!

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