Practical info

Are all concerts and activities free?

Yes! All concerts and activities during Boterhammen In Het Park, Feeërieën, and Bar Chaud are completely free.

Getting to and from the festival grounds

It’s easy to reach Brussels Park by train, tram, bus, or bike! We suggest getting to the festival site on time to guarantee your spot. Brussels Park is a 10-minute walk from Brussels Central train and bus station. The nearest bus or metro stops (such as 'Park/Parc' and 'Kunst-Wet/Arts-Loi') are a five-minute walk away. There is also an unsupervised bicycle storage facility on the festival site.

Food and drinks

Thirsty? We got you! The AB festival bar will be open again on the festival grounds. Hungry? You can bring your own lunch to Boterhammen In Het Park. De Standaard will treat Boterhammen In Het Park-visitors to a delicious sandwich upon presentation of the Boterhambon voucher (while supplies last). You can also choose a tasty lunch, quick snack, or wholesome dinner from one of the vegetarian or vegan food trucks.


The festival site is accessible for wheelchair users, and a zone near the stage is set up for people with a disability. You can ask at the entrance if you need assistance getting to the reserved zone. There is an accessible toilet on site. We also provide a hearing loop, so people with hearing aids can hear the amplified music without disturbing background noise. Flemish Sign Language interpreters will once again be present during the Boterhammen In Het Park concerts.

About our festivals

Boterhammen In Het Park is AB's free afternoon festival offering a Flemish and Dutch-language program since 1990.

Bar Chaud is a place of discovery, fun and games. Every afternoon there will be free workshops, skate classes, jams, battles, performances and DJ sets.

Feeërieën is AB's adventurous, free evening festival that is spreading its wings all around planet Earth for this 20th edition.