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CORE is new Brussels music festival

Ossegem Park in the shadow of the Atomium

CORE is new Brussels music festival

Established
festivals Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter are launching a brand-new music festival
in the Belgian and Flemish capital.  CORE
is a two-day ‘boutique’ festival that will be staged in Ossegem Park near the
Atomium in Brussels on 27 and 28 May.

CORE will
provide music on 4 stages from the early afternoon till just after midnight. The
line-up is being announced soon but CORE will showcase various types of music
from hip-hop to quality indie, electronica, hyper pop, and alternative dance.

The
organisers promise those attending will also be able to admire the wondrous beauty
of nature thanks to a series of unique art, sound, and light installations.

Food stands
will be on hand to provide sustenance for people who need more than a hearty
tune. 

The
festival is being staged outside the city centre to allow music lovers to make
use of various types of local accommodation.

A day
ticket will set you back 67 euros, while a weekender costs 123 euros.  Ticket sales start on 23 February.

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