Call for projects at the Vaux-Hall

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The City of Brussels has recently completed the restoration of the Vaux-Hall in the Royal Park and now wants to return to its original function by programming a cultural offer for everyone, especially families. The deadline for the applications is 9 April 2017.

In 1913, an outdoor relaxation area was created at the Vaux-Hall in the Royal Park of Brussels. It was surrounded by a U-shaped covered gallery and a structure built in Louis XVI style. The extraordinary, but unsung site was neglected for a long time. Only recently it has been restored meticulously for over 4 years.

Call for projects

Project proposals must contain a cultural program with regular activities that take place at least every weekend in July and August 2017.

For the project call, the budget is up to 80,000 euros. Access to the site and participation in the activities must be free.

How to submit a file?

The application files must be sent by e-mail to:

The deadline for the receipt of the applications is 9 April 2017.


The details of the project call are only available in Dutch and French.