The Botanique has his programming and his new project for the Royal Circus in Brussels is proposed.
Paul-Henri Wauters, deputy director of the Botanique and the muziekprogrammator, was pleased that the public are way to the Botanique has recovered, after the decline of visitor numbers in the aftermath of the attacks in Paris and Brussels. Until the end of december, there are more than 150 artists have been programmed, including the English group of Blossoms on the 25th of October, and the American singer Angel Onsen on October 29. “The Botanique is a place where you in avant-première intimate concerts of groups that are very large are going to be,” says Wauters.
The Botanique also proposed his project for the Royal Circus. Last spring, the city of Brussels the concession with the Botanique, which, since 1999, the Royal Circus operates. From 1 July 2017 would be the Brussels Expo, owner of, among others, the heizel halls, hall, facility. After a complaint from Botanique had this decision to be withdrawn. Botanique suggested, indeed, that it is not kosher it was that Philippe Close, the PS, alderman for Tourism and Finance, is also the chairman of the Brussels Expo. The city had a public call to the new owners. The deadline for applications was the end of August.
The city has two files received, one from Brussels and one of Botanique and sports palace. Botanique teamed up with the Antwerp private antwerp Sportpaleis Group in the hope that as the rights of the Royal Circus to win back. In October, it will stadscollege the concession map. The college is also Philippe Close, alderman of Tourism and chairman of the Brussels Expo.
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