About VAUX-HALL Summer

Al fresco art and culture.

For the last four summers, the stunning Vaux-Hall in Brussels Park, behind the Royal Theatre, has opened to the public with a diverse cultural programme.

Originally a concert hall and games room launched by the Bultos brothers in 1781, the venue was radically redeveloped by the City of Brussels in 1913. After falling into disrepair, the site finally came back to life a few years ago to stage summer activities.

In 2020, Vaux-Hall Summer was one of the most popular events of Hello Summer. Once again this year, a wide range of activities for young and old were provided from Thursday to Sunday: concerts, workshops, film screenings, dances, games, storytelling…

Thanks to some incredible collaborations, dozens of artists showcased outdoor art in this magical location.

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Vaux-Hall
Summer

Al fresco art and culture.

For the last four summers, the stunning Vaux-Hall in Brussels Park, behind the Royal Theatre, has opened to the public with a diverse cultural programme.

Originally a concert hall and games room launched by the Bultos brothers in 1781, the venue was radically redeveloped by the City of Brussels in 1913. After falling into disrepair, the site finally came back to life a few years ago to stage summer activities.

In 2020, Vaux-Hall Summer was one of the most popular events of Hello Summer. Once again this year, a wide range of activities for young and old were provided from Thursday to Sunday: concerts, workshops, film screenings, dances, games, storytelling…

Thanks to some incredible collaborations, dozens of artists showcased outdoor art in this magical location.

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