About FÊTE DE LA FÉDÉRATION WALLONIE BRUXELLES

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A fiesta of French.

For years, this event staged by the Wallonia–Brussels Federation and the City of Brussels has been celebrating Francophonie and bringing together thousands of people on Grand-Place.

During the previous editions, countless established or upcoming artists have lit up the world’s most beautiful square, including: Stromae, Angèle, Maurane, Arno, Zazie, Julien Doré, Blanche, Raphaël, Typh Barrow, Alice, Loïc Nottet and Nolwenn Leroy.

In accordance with health and safety measures, Brussels Major Events created a unique 2020 version.

On 25 September, sitting in tables of four in a café-theatre style, 400 spectators, mostly competition winners, watched performances by thirteen Belgian artists: Typh Barrow, Lous and the Yakuza, Loïc Nottet, Tanaë, Blanche, Noé Preszow, Saule & Alice on the Roof, Charles, Delta, Claire Laffut, Caballero & Jeanjass, Suarez and Plastic Bertrand.

To reach the widest possible audience, the evening was also boradcasted live on La Une and VivaCité.

In maintaining the event, the City of Brussels and Wallonia–Brussels Federation wanted to thank everyone for their sacrifices over the last few months and show their support for the cultural sector, which has been badly affected by the pandemic.

www.lafetefwb.be

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Fête de la fédération Wallonie Bruxelles

A fiesta of French.

For years, this event staged by the Wallonia–Brussels Federation and the City of Brussels has been celebrating Francophonie and bringing together thousands of people on Grand-Place.

During the previous editions, countless established or upcoming artists have lit up the world’s most beautiful square, including: Stromae, Angèle, Maurane, Arno, Zazie, Julien Doré, Blanche, Raphaël, Typh Barrow, Alice, Loïc Nottet and Nolwenn Leroy.

In accordance with health and safety measures, Brussels Major Events created a unique 2020 version.

On 25 September, sitting in tables of four in a café-theatre style, 400 spectators, mostly competition winners, watched performances by thirteen Belgian artists: Typh Barrow, Lous and the Yakuza, Loïc Nottet, Tanaë, Blanche, Noé Preszow, Saule & Alice on the Roof, Charles, Delta, Claire Laffut, Caballero & Jeanjass, Suarez and Plastic Bertrand.

To reach the widest possible audience, the evening was also boradcasted live on La Une and VivaCité.

In maintaining the event, the City of Brussels and Wallonia–Brussels Federation wanted to thank everyone for their sacrifices over the last few months and show their support for the cultural sector, which has been badly affected by the pandemic.

www.lafetefwb.be

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