CANCELED! Reminiscence - VI Solo - Fri Dec 14th - 8:30PM

We are terribly sorry: Due to reasons beyond our control 

'Reminiscence' Concert has to be canceled.

Next Friday, improvisation by Kevin Lam, guitar.

As a foreword, pls listen:

Highly promising Artist.

See U,

Gerard Daval

Friday December 14th

Reminiscence - Solo VI
Kevin Lam: Guitar
Haekem, Lakensestraat 66 rue de Laeken 1000 Brussels
Metro: Sint-Katelijne - Sainte-Catherine

Le Mur du Fond: Saturday Dec 8th - 8:30PM

French poetry and improvised music!
We are happy to welcome Le Mur du Fond.

Emotional Poetry, not only for french speaking people!

See U,

Gerard Daval

Le Mur du Fond
"Poésie sonore et musique improvisée"
Patrice Cazelles: Voix, textes
Jean-Michel Chartier: Sousbassophone
Francis Larvor: Electroacoustique
Jaqk Pochat: Saxophone, Trompes

Saturday December 8th
Contribution Towards Expenses: 10euros

Melodica Wizard: Friday Dec 7th - 8:30PM

Welcome back to amazing Artist, Hico Natsuaki, with his incredible art of playing Melodica.
This year, two great performers will share Improvised Music.

It will be a great experience for everybody!

See U,

Gerard Daval

Melodica Wizard

Thursday November 7th

Hico Natsuaki: Melodica

Sachiyo Honda: MixMedia Artist

“Refraction Out“ Haekem Concert Series: the Premiere

Chloé CUTTAZ (Flute)
Patrick DEVERS (Percussions)
Julien GILLAIN (Violin)
Ashley MARQUES (Clarinet), 

and You?

Would you be free ? Would it interest you ?
“Refraction Out“ Haekem concert series gives you a unique experience around
improvised music creation based on concept-images.
The first concert of this series, “Exit through the stained glass“, is focused on the window concept, the gap,
the opening on another world.
The starting point of this project ? Gustav (Mahler)’s concept, with the textual introduction of “Bruder Jacob“ in his 1rst Symphony (Titan, 1888) – which is also the principal theme. And also Basquiat or Fra Angelico among others.

Curious ? Artist-Adventurer ? Want to listen ? To participate ? Haekem Theatre is waiting for you… See you !

FR :
Serais-tu libre ? Cela t’intéresserait-il ?
La série “Refraction Out“ de Haekem te donne la possibilité d’expérimenter la création sonore improvisée à partir d’images- concept. Le premier concert de cette série , “Exit through the stained glass“ se focalise sur l’idée de la fenêtre, l’interstice, l’ouverture sur un autre monde. Le point de départ de ce projet ? Le concept de Gustav (Mahler), avec l’introduction textuelle de « Bruder Jacob » dans sa symphonie n°1 (Titan, 1888) – dont-il est vrai, c’est également le thème musical.
Mais aussi Baquiat ou Fra Angelico, parmi tant d'autres.

Curieux ? Aventurier-Artiste ? Envie d’écouter ? de participer ? Haekem Theatre t’attend… Au plaisir de te voir !

Zou je vrij zijn ? Zou het jou interesseren ?
“Refraction Out“ concert series geeft jou de mogelijkheid
om op concept-afbeeldingen muzikaal te experimenteren.
Het eerste concept van deze series, “Exit through the stained glass“, is gebaseerd op het idee van venster,
een opening, een deur naar andere wereld.
Het startpunt van dit project ? Gustav Mahler’s concept, met de tekstuele introductie van “Bruder Jacob“ uit zijn 1ste Simfonie (Titan, 1888) – wlke ook het hoofdthema is.

Curieus ? Artiest-Avonturier ? Wil je komen luisteren ? Om te participeren ? Haekem Theater wacht op jou … Tot gauw !

See U,

Gerard Daval

This event in a nutshell:
'Exit through the stained glass'
Fri Nov 30th
10:30 PM

Haekem: Lakensestraat 66 rue de Laeken 1000 Brussels
Contribution Towards Expenses:
Full Price : 10 euros
Student, Elder, Jobless : 5 euros
BIO (By Invitation Only)

TransGenesis: 15-16-17 Nov - After 7PM

Three days!
XP+Improvisations to change your mind.
TransGenesis is at Haekem: 15-16-17 Nov!
With a lot of ultimate experiences:
More than 15 Artists;
Fresh eco-dada performances;
Poetry, Sculpture, Music, Experiences and more.

Not to be missed.

See U,

Gerard Daval

TransGenesis XP+Improvisations
This Week-End 15-16-17 Nov (Thu-Fri-Sat)
Pls come after 7 PM
Haekem: Lakensestraat 66 rue de Laeken 1000 Brussels

If needed, pls ask for precise dates.


Sergey Andreev: Biography of the painter. Sergei Andreev was born on 16/01/1970 in Orenburg. In 1985 he finished high school. During the school years he discovered his talent for painting, but he opted for a sporty direction and was Orenburgse champion in skiing. In 1988 he finished his training in physical education. During his studies he offered aid as a volunteer for posters and billboards to illustrate cultural meetings. After graduating he was drafted into the army to serve his country. But barely six months later he was sent home due to his medical condition. In the 90s he worked as a teacher of physics for a class of mentally handicapped children. In 1994 he developed his painting skills and starts using it again in 1997 when he participated in a group (of young artists) with erotic themes-christian-surrealism. Russian critics have been appointed as new primitive style / kitsch. 1999: Exhibition of History Museum in Orenburg. The exhibition was closed by the police that the erotic and political theme censored. 1999: Induvidual exhibition in the common homeplace of Orenburg. Again, his paintings were censored, parts of it were covered for the public. 1999: Sergei Andreev gets his membership card of Russian painter association of Russian painters. This is important to be recognized. In 2000 he came to Belgium.

Franky Bordo 1577. born 1982, male
Painter, sculpter, rather inspired by Dadaist ideas.
He does not believe in ‘art’, but does in ‘tra’ .
View paintings without too much explanation, ideas ...
A stiff portion of humor is not strange to him.

Omar Bouguerra, Just another Quantum Harmonic Oscillator in disguise generating spontaneous expressions of Self. Living and working in Ghent, Belgium. Treasure Seeker, Mash Media Producer, Random EXP Generator Machina Maker, InnerNet Explorer

Philip Volckaert studied painting. The artist has been exploring more mixed media in recent years. This usually happens by linking object trouvés to a contemporary interpretation. This creates confusion and emotion at the same time.

Rafael De Bruyne: Beyond the art of art, Rafaël De Bruyne makes art about art and art as art as an individuation of a concept. Formed as an art scholar at the University of Ghent, he uses art as a medium to share his love of art with the wider public, through beauty and cerebral data. Sometimes to think, sometimes to look, always to enjoy.

The Interactive Womb Project was born out of the collaboration of Vladimir Van Kai and ​Rinus De Vos. Audio-visual Artist and Scientist finally came together for something unparalleled in European art scene. In Opposition to Flotation Tank approach (deprivation of senses in dark and salty water tank ) they used sensual overload hypothesis to induce altered state of mind in participants of that experimental installation. It is immerse and interactive place where some trans-magical experience takes place. It happens always in presence of alien-artist inside who guides the human subjects into the New World. They use calculated noise frequency compositions (Sacral Noise), binaural tunes, asynchronous color light gadget Lights-of-Life, hand held stroboscopes 1-15 Hz, specially designed perfume, and a biologically shaped space capsule to induce detachment from Old Reality. Even if one cannot recognize and understand those new things he still can experience them. The Womb is a Place-in-Space to experience Nothingness.

Vladimir Kaigorodov, scientist and artist, living and working in Belgium. His main direction is cross-pollination of Science and Art in the Frankenstein-style projects. Keywords / Biohacking, DIYbio, Citizen Science, Environment, Open Collaboration, Workshops, Field trips, Fermentation, Wild Herbs, DaDaïne Food Hacking, Biosensors, DemoRATination, Transdisciplinarity, Reflections, Bio-Art, Genetic Manipulations, Hybrids, Chimeras, SpiderMan, Resurrection of carefully selected Christian Saints .. etc.


Jack Wright & Evan Lipso​n: pls see previous mail (Jak-Ev).

TraumaSutra/TraumaTerrestrial is Peter De Koning (TraumaSutra) & Reinout Rinus De Vos (UltraTerrestrial) together they forge their ritual drones and industrial darkambient to a sonic psychedelic noise soundscape with no return.
This time, they are joined by the incredible multi-talented musician Peter Geysels. Using and manipulating instruments such as the kaval and the bass clarinet, he takes you from one world to another.

The Flying Ostriches come together: word (poetry) and music (sound curtain). A contemplative way of thinking with an electronic manipulation of acoustic sounds.

The Ghent multidisciplinary artist Jackjohannes hemp alias JJHemp was born on November 25, 1973 in Ghent. And still lives in this charming East Flemish city. Where he lets inspiration be inspired by the diversity of culture and people. Again and again he tries to find what is happening socially, and then to use these themes as subjects for his creations. Jackjohannes hemp alias jjhemp symbolizes the variety of instruments that the artist uses. Where jack stands for the creations he makes, johannes symbolizes the texts he writes. And stands for High Energetic Mind Person and symbolizes the social involvement that the artist feels. And through which he always tries to initiate social debates with his creations. Feel free to contact jjhemp both to book him for one of his performances or to start artistic projects with him.

Contra Naturam: Contra Naturam is the part in De Bruyne Rafael's oeuvre that he practices as a sound artist. By a connoisseur already described as 'meta-music' he uses samples and 'found' sounds (by analogy with found footage in video art) in addition to field recordings and sound generated from instruments he plays without any knowledge of how music should be made. The result is a sound carpet with conceptual games and experimental sounds that both entertain and amaze at the same time.

Free Entrance
(except 15th November: 5€)

Jak-Ev Live! Thurs Nov 15th - 8PM

Pls hear this:

Need to see and hear them improvising live?
Come to Haekem, Thursday November 15th - 8PM. Only 5€.

Jack Wright: Saxes

Evan Lipson: Double Bass

Jack and Evan have been musically connected ever since the mid-2000's when Evan lived in Jack's Spring Garden Music House in Philadelphia.
They've toured frequently together throughout the Midwest and Southeast as Wrest with Ben Bennett, and more recently with Zach Darrup as Roughhousing, whose most recent tour was April 2018.
The two recorded this with drummer Chris Davis in Nashville July 2017.

On their West Coast tour in Feb. 2018, they performed in Vancouver, at the Seattle Festival of Improvised Music, in Olympia, Portland, Corvalis, Eugene, Arcata, Grass Valley, San Francisco, Bezerkely and Oakland.

They will be collaborating with numerous musicians en route, among them Dylan van der Schyff, Torsten Muller, Greg Kelley, Mark Kaylor, Doug Theriault, Tom Djll, Tim Perkis, Bryan Day and Gino Robair.

Their next tour will be November 2018 in Europe: Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Brussels, Ghent, Cologne, Hamburg, Copenhagen, various cities in Finland and others.

Jack Wright (b. 1942) is a saxophone extremist, dedicated to to free playing since 1979.

Described twenty years ago as an "undergrounder by design," he is a veteran improviser based mainly in Philadelphia.
He has played mostly on tour through the US and Europe since the early 80s in search of interesting partners and playing situations. Now at 75 he is still the "Johnny Appleseed of Free Improvisation," as guitarist Davey Williams called him in the 80s, on the road as much as ever.
He continues to inspire players outside music-school careerdom, playing sessions with visiting and resident players old and new. His partners over the years are mostly unknown to the music press, and too numerous to mention.
He's said to have the widest vocabulary of any saxophonist, including leaping pitches, punchy, precise timing, sharp and intrusive multiphonics, surprising gaps of silence, and obscene animalistic sounds.
He was interviewed recently by Cadence Magazine (p. 55-73), but for a true assessment of his and his partners music and for links to his writings go here: Spring Garden Music,

Evan Lipson (b. 1981) has operated as a musician since adolescence—intuitively seeking the liminal realms in which intellect and instinct, history and myth, and creative and destructive force intersect.
Drawn towards aberrant perspectives at an early age, his formative experiences were primarily rooted in extreme and often discordant forms of rock, metal, free improvisation, modernist composition, jazz, oddball pop, soundtracks, noise, and electronic music.
Massimo Ricci, of Touching Extremes writes, "Lipson easily stands among the best bassists I've heard lately, his terrifically strapping tone epitomizing the decision to really learn how an instrument works."
Lipson most frequently tours with Roughhousing (including Zach Darrup and Jack Wright).
He is also active with Who's Your Daddy? featuring dancer Cilla Vee/Claire Elizabeth Barratt and guitarist Davey Williams.
Lipson has composed music for several films, as well as a recent collaboration with Duplex Planet-creator David Greenberger, Tyson Rogers, and Bob Stagner of the Shaking Ray Levis.
He also may or may not have some degree of affiliation with an organization known as MEINSCHAFT. For links to his music and more info on his partners over the years go here.

Selection from their CD Careening Down the Left Coast, recorded in San Francisco on their West Coast tour Feb. 2018

Nahima at Haekem! Frid 9 Nov - 8PM

Please, discover new talent:

after lakota : look at/focus on, arriving! -

Nahima look after an expressive tension
revealing the recurring and maximalist matter
where polyphony become true texture.

Improvisation by:
Alexandre du Closel: Claviers
Jean Galmiche: Guitar
Théo Ngyuen Duc Long: Sax
Basile Naudet: Sax
Louis Prado: Double bass
Baptiste Thiébault: Drums

Ce vendredi à Bruxelles, venez ou passez parole, merci!

"Chers amis,
ce Vendredi 12 Octobre à 20h

L'Haekem Thêatre de Bruxelles présente la première:

"Démonstration pratique de pourquoi 

on est tous bâtis comme des montagnes"

de Tuia Cherici

menée par des objets
sus l'oeil d'une caméra
à son tour projetée sur grand-écran
sus l'oeil des spectateurs
à leur tour participants
à la manipulation
au discours polyglotte
au chant
aux questions
de Tuia
sur la plasticité géophysique de la mémoire.

La mémoire n'est pas un petit lieu de stockage placé dans notre cerveau
Elle est plutôt une action créatrice qui n'arrête jamais de transformer la réalité.

Elle fourmille et bout par tout dans notre corps
en façonnant l'identité de toute chose
et de nous même

Cela dit, cette démonstration mènera complètement par d'autres chemins et il sera difficile de ne pas s'y perdre...
Venez tous, amenez vos trous de mémoire à remplir de doutes ,
diffusez l'événement et faites venir d'autres gens encore et encore, ouii!!

Car je viens de loin, de Marseille, je me suis renfermée travaillant tout seule dans l'Haekem pour 11 jours sans cesse pour vous offrir cette expérience participative inédite, et si jamais ça marche, ça se peut seulement avec vous!"

Tuia Cherici

Tuia Cherici, live demonstration,
Friday October 12th
8:00 PM

SENSOR: High energy Jazz Tour - Fri Oct 5th - 8PM

What do You think of this piece of music: ?

On their European Tour, SENSOR High Energy Jazz will play at 
Haekem on Friday 5th October, 8PM
Come on in, you are welcome!

Want to share a gig afterwards?
BYOI! (Bring your own instrument)...

Gerard Daval

Mark Weschenfelder: Saxophone
Noah Punkt: Double Bass
Florian Lauer: Drums
Pls see:

Pls listen to: SENSOR on Soundcloud

Legal notice:

Copyright © 2018 Haekem. All rights reserved. Haekem is a registered trademark. All trademarks, service marks, names, trade dress, product names and logos appearing on the mail are the property of their respective owners.
Haekem Cultural Mail list is GPRD compliant. Haekem never sell, exchange your datas. No subcontractor. Datas are safely protected. E-mail sending is provided by Apple.
If You want to be removed from the list, mail at: All Your datas will be destroyed.
Artworks: Sensor.
Graphics Studio: Haekem - Gerard Daval.

The Specific Plea of Tuia - Mon 1st till Thur 11th Oct

The specific plea of Tuia:

Bonjour à vous en Bruxelles, 
en tant qu'artiste italienne implantée à Marseille je vous appelle

Je serais du 1er jusqu'au 13 octobre hébergée par l'Haekem Thêatre
pour découvrir et vous présenter "Moi en tant que montagne" (Io montagna)
et y ça sera accompli le 12 octobre à 20h, entre d'autres surprises de Manucinéma.

Tout au long de la résidence je suis heureuse de pouvoir jouer mes objets et mon regard avec
vôtres instruments et votre musique.
Je cherche à réaliser un film en temps-réel, improvisé, avec vous.
Une rencontre de "Manucinema": voici un exemple

Merci pour me contacter pour toute information supplémentaire,
merci pour diffuser mon appel à rencontre
merci pour venir le 12 octobre voir ou/et participer
merci à Gerard de l'Haekem Thêatre

vivement j'espère à très bientôt!

fb: Tuia Cherici Manucinema Projet Oniroscope


• 25-30 septembre
  TaT festival Molenbeek, Bruxelles
• 1- 12 octobre
  Residence de création à l'Haekem Thêatre, Bruxelles
• 12 octobre
  "Io montagna" première à l'Haekem thêatre Bruxelles
• 14 octobre à Kühlspot, Berlin
  Manucinema avec Hui-Chun Lin et Els Vandeweyer


"The CALL of Tuia", part of Haekem sponsoring.

It's new: Haekem proposes to sponsorise* YOUR work too.

Involving everybody in improvisation art is our moto.

Everyone's creativity enjoying this incomparable experience is our aim.

Thanks to Tuia to be the first of a kind.

From 2nd to 11th October, come freely* at Haekem, create and improv.

Even if You are not fully accustomed to!
Tuia, You and great mood will deliver! As freely as improv art!
Come along with your instrument (voice, body, musical device, camera, etc.).
And let's improvise together!

Pls, simply registrer (name, date, instrument) before at:
It's free.

See You.

Gerard Daval

Legal notice:
*Pls ask for details: Copyright © 2018 Haekem. All rights reserved. Haekem is a registered trademark. All trademarks, service marks, names, trade dress, product names and logos appearing on the mail are the property of their respective owners.
Haekem Cultural Mail list is GPRD compliant. Haekem never sell, exchange your datas. No subcontractor. Datas are safely protected. E-mail sending is provided by Apple.
If You want to be removed from the list, mail at: All Your datas will be destroyed.
Artworks: Tuia Chierici.
Graphics Studio: Haekem - Gerard Daval.

The Gamut Collective - Sat Sept, 15th - 8pm

Improvise with a large band! 
Thanks to Gamut Collective. They provide this ultimate experience.
Come along with your instrument (voice, body, musical device, etc.). 
And let's improvise together!

See You

Gerard Daval

Molecules Improvisation

„One. Singularity. Big bang. Incarnation. The first breath. One possibility. An infinite universe from one possibility. Unity.“

That’s how the Zurich based composer & improviser Tobias Meier describes the first part of his piece „Molecules“, which he composed exclusively for the Gamut Kollektiv.

It can be called a modular composition, consisting of twelve parts and giving the seven musicians the freedom to always chose what and when to play (or not to play).

These twelve elements coexist in this molecular universe, contrasting each other, blending together, at times in a concrete and distinctive way, at times sounding like a distant memory or an abstract thought.
The piece brings a strong collectiveness to light, at the same time allowing every musician to actively shape the piece - making it sound different and unique every time.

To finish in Tobias Meier’s words: „Molecules evolves as a possible universe that expands after the big bang, decelerates and almost comes to a standstill at the point of maximum expansion, then contracts again, accelerates and eventually ends in a singularity once more.„

The Gamut Collective, Molecules Improvisation
Saturday September, 15th 2018

Part #1: Molecules Improvisation
Silvan Schmid (trp)
Tapiwa Svosve (asax) 
Tobias Pfister (tsax)
Philipp Eden (p) 
Vojko Huter (guit) 
Xaver Rüegg (b)
Paul Amereller (dr)

Part #2: Let's improvise together
You, the audience and them


"The Gamut Collective stands for research, the unfinished, pieces in motion, progress; it is a breeding ground for ideas, experiments and processes.

Like musician’s initiatives from Berlin, Cologne, Vienna, Graz and Berne, the Gamut Collective wants to open up suitable spaces in Zurich and acts as a zone for communication between different musicians and artists coming from diverse stylistic and geographical origins.

The collective consists of seven young musicians from Zurich, who express themselves freely in their own music and, through their (mutual) exchange, create an agile collaboration and dynamic: a musicians’ pool, which is held together and supported by a shared artistic vision.
In addition to the annual Gamut Festival, the Gamut Collective also runs a concert series which creates an individual platform involving improvising musicians with every concert.

Each concert takes place at a different and unique place; hence, the collaboration with various scenes is being supported and conceptually integrated in new ways.
Furthermore in the fall of 2018 their Edition Gamut will be launched with two publications."

Doors: 6PM
Concert: 8PM
Contribution Towards Expenses: 12€ ; Preregistration (please register : and student (card needed): 6€

Swiss Zimmerman Trio + Dancer! Sat 23 Jun 8PM

International renowned Trio ‘Zimmerlin Stoffner Meier’, origin Swiss, will perform together with the dancer Maja Zimmerlin at Haekem, Sat June 23th.

Bringing their four instruments together they will be creating a dense fusion of sound and movement:

e-cello, e-guitar, drums and dance. Pls see "Forewords", below.

A tremendous Improvised Event You can't afford to miss!


Alfred Zimmerlin (e-cello) 
Flo Stoffner (e-guitar)
David Meier (drums)
Maja Zimmerlin (dance)

“Letting loose is the driving force of this comprehensive generational trio that jettisons and unleashes, with symbiotically spontaneous reactions and a delicate feel for what the music offers in the moment, the yet to be heard.
In this formation the three daring improvisationalists fare range from atonal, expressive chamber music to a multilayered onomatopoeia captured as an interplay breathing between density and lightness. (Flo Keller)”





Florian Stoffner
Born 1975. He is a improvising musician and guitarist.
He has taken part in various formations in a wide range of music.
He is currently working with his trio Stoffner Lovens Mahall, with the trio Zimmerlin Stoffner Meier, as well as with the band Anna & Stoffner, as well as with the saxophonist Albert Cirera.
Concerts in Europe, USA and Russia.
Working with people like Hans Koch, Evan Parker, Joe Lovano, Dewey Redmen, Kidd Jordan, Michael Brecker, Flo Götte, Joy Frempong, Martin Schütz...

Alfred Zimmerlin 
was born 1955.
He studied musicology and ethnomusicology at Zurich University, music theory and composition.
He has taken an active part in the “Werkstatt für improvisierte Musik” (WIM, Workshop for Improvised Music) Zurich since 1980. 
Alfred Zimmerlin’s ample oeuvre comprises pieces for piano, chamber music (with and without live-electronics), vocal music, orchestral music, music for theatre, and works for radio and film.
He was recieved several prices, amongst them 2014 the Cultural Award of the canton of Zurich/Switzerland and was nominated for the Swiss Music Award 2016.
He is professor for free improvisation at the FHNW University of Music in Basle/Switzerland.
As an improvising musician and cellist, Alfred Zimmerlin has taken part in various formations in Europe and the US.
From 1983 on he has been active member of KARL ein KARL, improvising and composing in cooperation with Peter K Frey and Michel Seigner, the distinctive feature of this trio being the fact that all compositional decisions are being made and accounted for collectively. He is also a member of the trios Kimmig-Studer-Zimmerlin and Zimmerlin Stoffner Meier. Alfred Zimmerlin’s compositions, his work as improvising musician as well as the works of KARL ein KARL are available on numerous recordings.

David Meier
Drummer and composer David Meier (*1985 in Lucerne, Switzerland) co-founded the internationally active Swiss band Schnellertollermeier (with Andi Schnellmann and Manuel Troller) in 2006 which plays uncompromising music ranging from modern composition, minimal music and improv to raw rock music. In a trio with cellist Alfred Zimmerlin and guitarist Flo Stoffner as well as in the band Things to Sounds and other ensembles he explores the possibilities of his instrument and his musical language in the context of free improvised music.
His energetic playing and organic sound have let him become a sought-after drummer in Switzerland and across Europe.

Maja Zimmerlin
The Swiss Dancer and Choreographer Maja Zimmerlin is based in Brussels.
Since 2014 she is creating and dancing for the company Triodo.
For many years she has been exploring in the field of free improvisation, collaborating with various musicians and ensembles.
Currently she is involved in the project EXODOS by Unités/Nomades, a creation which moves between the fields of dance, circus and visual performance.

Expo Sint Laurentius - Fri 15 & Sat 16 June - 6PM


Erwin Van der Jeught,
Philip Volckaert,
Bert Lezy,
Francky Bordo,
Rinus Van De Melkwegboer,
Transsonic Knocking Down,
The Flying Ostriches,
Two Guitars,
D!D! De Paris,

will be at Haekem on Friday 15 June and Saturday 16 June 2018.
After 6PM.

Gent Scene is at Haekem, Downtown Brussels!

Don't miss DADA spirit, Performance, Music, Poetry, Self-Live Out and more.
Only place to listen and see and experience their Gent Soul in Brussels!

See You

Gerard Daval