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What's On In Brussels | Weekend 4-6 March 2016

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Updated: 7 October 2016
Whether it’s becoming a living sculpture at Museum Night Fever, listening to sweet jazz at L’Archiduc or hunting for that perfect retro item at the Brussels Vintage Market, the first weekend of March promises to be a spectacular start to a full month of cultural happenings in Brussels. From spending a nocturnal evening at 24 Brussels-based museums to visiting an eclectic range of artistic exhibitions, we’ve rounded up the events that are going to jump-start your spring season.

FRIDAY

DESIGN | Discover Czech Fashion & Design In Brussels

All fashion design lovers will have a field day this upcoming weekend. Beginning this Friday, Brussels will become host to talented fashion designers and brands from the Czech Republic.

SATURDAY

FILM | Watch The Little World of Leo During Anima Saturday

If you feel like introducing your little ones to the magic of the silent film early on, Anima – the Brussels Animation Film Festival – hosts its penultimate series of silent animation films for children this Saturday at Flagey Studio 5.

Little World of Leo | Courtesy of Flagey
Little World of Leo | Courtesy of Flagey

MUSIC | Jazz It Up With The Eve Beuvens Trio at ‘Jazz after Shopping’

No better place to chase the last of that winter blues away than L’Archiduc on Rue Dansaert.

L'Archiduc Jazz | Courtesy of Nathalie Du Four
L’Archiduc Jazz | Courtesy of Nathalie Du Four

EVENT | Stay Up Late For Museum Night Fever

Kicking off this spring season is the 9th edition of Museum Night Fever; for one night, 24 Brussels-based museums will open their doors to visitors from 7pm-1am.

Museum Night Fever|Courtesy of Brussels Museums
Museum Night Fever | Courtesy of Brussels Museums

SUNDAY

ART | Witness The Belgian Dream Of An American City At Modernika

Rediscover how the American building style that reaches up to scrape the sky has influenced Belgium at the Atomium’s ongoing exhibition, Modernika.

P & V Assurances (formerly the Prévoyance Sociale), Rue Royale 151, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. Arch. Hugo Van Kuyck, 1955-1957. © AMSAB – Institut d’Histoire sociale, Gand - Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Gent - Institute of Social History, Ghent | Courtesy of Modernika
P & V Assurances (formerly the Prévoyance Sociale), Rue Royale 151, Saint-Josse-ten-Noode. Arch. Hugo Van Kuyck, 1955-1957. © AMSAB – Institut d’Histoire sociale, Gand – Instituut voor Sociale Geschiedenis, Gent – Institute of Social History, Ghent | Courtesy of Modernika

SHOP | Treasure Hunt For Retro Pieces At The Brussels Vintage Market

Fancy taking a trip back in time or at least spending your Sunday afternoon in a retro atmosphere? Then spend your Sunday at the Brussels Vintage Market!

LITERATURE | Join A Readers’ Tribute to Pasolini

Not to miss by any literature, theatre or even film buff, this Sunday afternoon and evening will see a group of Pasolini fans paying homage to the versatile Italian artist.

Pier Paolo Pasolini | © 九间/Flickr
Pier Paolo Pasolini | © 九间/Flickr