1 - 3th of July 2022 in the park of Osseghem

How to get to Brosella 2022?

Line 19 until Sint Lambertus - 10 min walk
Line 3 until Esplanade - 10 min walk

Line 6 until Heizel - 10 min walk

By train, bus and carpool?

Find your train ticket, and book your bus trip on Tictactrip.

You can also find the offers of Blablacar for a inexpensive carpool.


Frequently Asked Questions


No, we will provide a guinguette curated by La Fourmilière with local drinks and different food stands in all price ranges.

You may bring a bottle of water or a drinking bottle!

Only small dogs are allowed, on a leash.

Yes you can! La Fourmilière provides a summer bar with Brussels beers, biological wines, delicious softs, ...
Some food stands will be present on the site : La Fourna, ...

Send an email to noortje@brosella.be to experience Brosella behind the scenes!

Of course! For any information you can mail lua@brosella.be

Info available soon

Certainly: children up to 12 years old can enter the concerts for free but they have to be registered on the ticket link. Choux De Bruxelles will also be organising free kids' sessions: take a look at the program for kids and register.

Note: some times the sound may be slightly louder than 95dB

Friday 1st of July: 6PM - 1AM.
Saturday 2th of July: 1PM - 1AM.
Sunday 3th of July: 1PM - 1AM.

Every visitor is allowed to bring a bottle of water
Glass bottles, cans, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages are NOT allowed.

  • 22 live bands for each age (urban etno, jazz & everything in between)
  • Friday, een evening for Toots 100
  • Saturday urban etno
  • Sunday jazz
  • 3 different stages
  • workshops
  • drink/foodstands
  • DJ sets

You can send an email to lua@brosella.be and we will reply as soon as possible. For urgent questions, you can reach Lua : 0476858702.

Yes, once you buy your ticket, you agree that pictures will be taken.
Please send an email to lua@brosella.be if you have any questions about this.


The entrance of our festival is situated right under the Atomium.
With the metro line 2 and 6 stop Heizel you get close to the Ossegempark. We also provide a bicycle parking (near the Atomium) for those who want to come by bike.

The entrance to our festival is located right under the Atomium, this is the only entrance this year.

By metro line 2 and 6 stop Heysel you get close to the Parc Ossegem.
By tram 19 to Sint Lambertus - 10 min walk
3 to Esplanade - 10 min walk
We also provide a bicycle parking for those who want to come by bike.
With the promo code BROSELLA you get free access to the festival by step (1. Download the PONY app 2. Create an account 3. Go to your account -> promocode and enter it)

We do not provide a carparking


You can buy your tickets on 1-3/7 on the festival location.

No, that is not necessary. You can also show your ticket on your smartphone. Just make sure that your screen is bright enough to ensure a smooth entry.

Ticket info soon! 

  • On the festival: only by card
  • Online: Bancontact, VISA, mastercard, app, iDEAL...
    via this link

Yes, you can! From 20 April, you can buy a ticket with your paspartoe code.
On the festival site, you can also buy a ticket with your paspartoe card.

You can also buy your tickets at Muntpunt (Place de la Monnaie 6, 1000 Bruxelles)

Free admission for children up to 12 years.

You decide how much you want to pay for the festival! The Brosella Festival likes to join the solidarity system 'Pay what you can'. For each festival day the price is €17,5. It's up to you to decide if this price fits your current financial situation... If you are able to pay a higher price, you pay €35 for a festival day and allow other people, whose financial situation is a bit more difficult, to pay less, they will pay €5 for a day.

For a 3 days pass you pay
€10 - €35 or €60 depending on your financial situation.

Thank you for your solidarity!

Info available soon


De Vrienden Van Brosella vzw
Les Amis De Brosella asbl

Chrysantenstraat 28
1020 Brussel, België

BE 0430.989.113


Bert Schreurs
+32 475 35 08 04

Lua Huyghebaert
+32 476 85 87 02

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