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It’s April: our pick of things to do in Belgium to kick off this month with a bang. See you there!

Spring pop-up: Bar Nord

From 2 to 15 April Antwerp

pick of things to do in BelgiumLaunched amid Antwerp’s green oasis Park Spoor Nord by the team behind stylish restaurant Gå Nord, this is the perfect spot to welcome spring’s first sunrays with a delicious cocktail made from organic juices.

Opening: Charif Benhelima at Trampoline Gallery

Friday, 8 April Antwerp

pick of things to do in Belgium

“Drawing Lines” is the title of Charif Benhelima‘s second solo exhibition at Trampoline featuring nine unique works of his new series “Territories”. The Belgian photographer often investigates the notion of identity, memory/oblivion and truth through images that explore perception, time and space, and a sense of invisibility.

Expo & book launch: Michael Van den Abeele at Etablissement d’en face

Saturday, 8 April Brussels

This Saturday Brussels art space Etablissement d’en face invites you to discover the brand new book of Belgian artist Michael Van Den Abeele. It’s titled “Forked Apologies” and gathers 25 texts written by himself on invitation by fellow artists and architects over the course of the last ten years. Drawings by Van den Abeele of the concerned works and exhibitions accompany the texts.

Fashion: Nomad Atelier

From 1 to 30 April Antwerp

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With the goal to support young, emerging brands, Nomad Atelier brings together an exciting selection of up-and-coming designers, proving once more that Antwerp really is Belgium’s fashion mecca.

Street art: The Crystal Ship

From 8 to 9 April Ostend

It’s time to take a trip to the seaside, and not only because Spring’s first sun rays are emerging. The Crystal Ship, an annual street art festival in Ostend whose murals are freely on view throughout the year, invites you to stroll through the city this weekend for its second edition. There’ll be guided tours, an after party, and more.

Night out: Los Ninos #52 at Recyclart

Saturday, 8 April Brussels

pick of things to do in Belgium

Founded by five Belgium-based creatives from graphic designers to music nerds back in 20014, Los Ninos has established itself as an institution in the local club scene, putting on memorable nights in train stations, swimming pools, factories and more in Antwerp, Brussels, and Ghent. Don’t miss this next edition at Brussels’ Recyclart.

Cover photo Camille Testard

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