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The 10 shows to not miss in Belgium in February 2024!

February promises to be a busy month for music lovers in Belgium. With so many tempting options available at different venues, it can be hard to decide where to go. To help you find your way around, we’ve put together a list of the top 10 must-see shows.

Bad Omens – Ancienne Belgique – 05 February

Bad Omens, the metalcore phenomenon of the past year, returns to Belgium one year after selling out the Trix. This time, they’ve sold out the Ancienne Belgique in just a few hours. Joining them as the opening act is another internet sensation, Poppy, who will finally be performing in Belgium after numerous cancellations of her previous concerts.

Dylan – Ancienne Belgique – 06 February

The young singer Dylan will grace the stage at Ancienne Belgique for what promises to be an exceptional concert, following her electrifying performance at the Trix Club last year. Originally scheduled for last November, the concert was postponed by the singer herself to allow for more time to prepare and deliver an unforgettable show.

Simple Plan – De Roma – 07 February

Who hasn’t belted out ‘I’m Just A Kid’ or ‘Welcome to My Life’ at the top of their lungs? Well, on February 7th, you’ll have the chance to relive those pop-punk classics as we journey back to our teenage years with a concert by Simple Plan! To make it the perfect pop-punk night, they’ll be joined by Mayday Parade and State Champs!

Citizen – Botanique – 17 February

For over ten years, the American rock quartet, Citizen, has been delighting listeners with each new release. Now, they’re back with ‘Calling the Dogs’, a new project that is poised to solidify the band’s status as one of the standard-bearers of the new rock scene. Don’t miss their performance at the Botanique

Novelists – Kavka Oudaan – 18 February

Novelists are no strangers to Belgium, and the last time we saw them was in November 2022, when they opened for August Burns Red. However, there has been a change in the lineup since then: Tobias Rische has departed, and Camille Contreras has joined the band. What could be better than a headline gig at Kavka Oudaan to discover this new lineup?

Enter Shikari – Ancienne Belgique – 19 February

St. Albans’ Enter Shikari returns to Belgium just a few months after their last appearance at Le Botanique. Last time, it was a tour to introduce some new tracks from their latest album ‘A Kiss For The Whole World’. Since then, the album has been released, and we can’t wait to hear the tracks that we haven’t had the chance to experience live yet

Lionheart – Trix – 21 February

Lionheart, the reigning kings of heavy hardcore first came into play in 2007 with their debut album, The Will To Survive. Influenced by bands such as Blood For BloodHatebreed and MadballLionheart came out swinging with a full-on assault of blistering metallic hardcore. On 21/02 they come to Trix to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their album Welcome To The West Coast with their fans, supported by Suicide Silence , Kublai Khan and Paleface Swiss.

Nothing More – Trix – 22 February

After a powerful performance at Graspop last summer, Nothing More is set to rock the stage at the Trix on February 22 for a thrilling night of alternative rock. Joining them will be the Japanese alternative metal band, SiM, making their debut concert in Belgium. It’s a great opportunity to experience this band live for the first time!

Currents – Trix – 23 February

Another thrilling night awaits at the Trix this February, featuring an unmissable Core event for all fans of the genre. Currents will grace Belgium’s stage to perform tracks from their latest album, ‘THE DEATH WE SEEK’, released last year. But they won’t be alone! Joining them will be Being As An Ocean, Oceans Ate Alaska, and Sentinels, promising an unforgettable evening of music.

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes – Ancienne Belgique – 26 February

Frank Carter & The Rattlesnakes concerts are always synonymous with rage, folly, and a deep connection with the audience. Indeed, Frank finds it difficult to stay still on stage when he can leap into the crowd and share his music with fans in the heart of the pit. Despite the band’s latest album being considerably quieter than their previous releases, there’s no doubt that Frank’s wild energy will continue to electrify the stage

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