Agenda: sight, james ensor, walking and cycling, sport and culture in Ostend

Niklas Paschburg (de) + Mirek Coutigny

Where:
KAAP | Vrijstaat O.
When:
Thu 26 Mar 2020

The German composer NIKLAS PASCHBURG played an impressive set at Leffingeleuren last September and is now invited to come and present his second album at the Zeedijk in Ostend. That second album will be released on February 28 on 7K !, the neo-classical sub-label of the famous label! K7.Despite a classical background, MIREK COUTIGNY is looking for his own sound, alternating acoustic and electronic instruments. This results in a mix of soundscapes, neo-classical and post-rock. Musically there are similarities with, for example, Nils Frahm, Ólafur Arnalds and Boards of Canada.

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ABBA Gold - The Concert Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Thu 11 Jun 2020

Possibly Europe's top Abba tribute show, founded in 1993. Abba Gold will take you back through the 70s and 80s with all your Abba favourites.

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Melissa Etheridge

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Wed 24 Jun 2020

In celebration of the 25th anniversary of her iconic album Yes I Am, Melissa Etheridge has announced a European headline tour, stopping also at Kursaal Oostende.

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Oostende Koerse 2020

Where:
Wellington Renbaan
When:
Mon 6 Jul 2020

A day at the races. Experience the horse races live every Monday in July and August at the Wellington Racecourse. The various races start from 4 pm. While adults place their bets and follow the races in suspense, there is special entertainment for children.

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Oostende Koerse 2020

Where:
Wellington Renbaan
When:
Mon 13 Jul 2020

A day at the races. Experience the horse races live every Monday in July and August at the Wellington Racecourse. The various races start from 4 pm. While adults place their bets and follow the races in suspense, there is special entertainment for children.

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Oostende Koerse 2020

Where:
Wellington Renbaan
When:
Mon 20 Jul 2020

A day at the races. Experience the horse races live every Monday in July and August at the Wellington Racecourse. The various races start from 4 pm. While adults place their bets and follow the races in suspense, there is special entertainment for children.

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Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Tue 21 Jul 2020

The iconic Irish dance show Riverdance will return to the stages in 2020. The show celebrates its 25th anniversary. The show has premiered in over 47 different countries, entertaining over 30 million theatre goers over the years. Things originally kicked off back in 1994 when the Point Theatre in Dublin held the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The show was crafted to entertain the 4000 audience members in the theatre and those at home during the interval. The seven minute performance was transmitted to a viewing audience of over 300 million people worldwide and it's majestic and energetic choreography earned it a standing ovation. To celebrate 25 years the show has been re-imagined by producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan to the original Grammy-winning soundtrack that has been re-recorded by composer Bill Whelan. The new production promises to be as powerful, passionate and unforgettable as the original. An effortless blend of innovative lighting and projections, spectacular staging and costume design make the perfect ingredients for a 21st century version of the show.

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Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Wed 22 Jul 2020

The iconic Irish dance show Riverdance will return to the stages in 2020. The show celebrates its 25th anniversary. The show has premiered in over 47 different countries, entertaining over 30 million theatre goers over the years. Things originally kicked off back in 1994 when the Point Theatre in Dublin held the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The show was crafted to entertain the 4000 audience members in the theatre and those at home during the interval. The seven minute performance was transmitted to a viewing audience of over 300 million people worldwide and it's majestic and energetic choreography earned it a standing ovation. To celebrate 25 years the show has been re-imagined by producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan to the original Grammy-winning soundtrack that has been re-recorded by composer Bill Whelan. The new production promises to be as powerful, passionate and unforgettable as the original. An effortless blend of innovative lighting and projections, spectacular staging and costume design make the perfect ingredients for a 21st century version of the show.

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Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Thu 23 Jul 2020

The iconic Irish dance show Riverdance will return to the stages in 2020. The show celebrates its 25th anniversary. The show has premiered in over 47 different countries, entertaining over 30 million theatre goers over the years. Things originally kicked off back in 1994 when the Point Theatre in Dublin held the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The show was crafted to entertain the 4000 audience members in the theatre and those at home during the interval. The seven minute performance was transmitted to a viewing audience of over 300 million people worldwide and it's majestic and energetic choreography earned it a standing ovation. To celebrate 25 years the show has been re-imagined by producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan to the original Grammy-winning soundtrack that has been re-recorded by composer Bill Whelan. The new production promises to be as powerful, passionate and unforgettable as the original. An effortless blend of innovative lighting and projections, spectacular staging and costume design make the perfect ingredients for a 21st century version of the show.

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Riverdance 25th Anniversary Show

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Fri 24 Jul 2020

The iconic Irish dance show Riverdance will return to the stages in 2020. The show celebrates its 25th anniversary. The show has premiered in over 47 different countries, entertaining over 30 million theatre goers over the years. Things originally kicked off back in 1994 when the Point Theatre in Dublin held the annual Eurovision Song Contest. The show was crafted to entertain the 4000 audience members in the theatre and those at home during the interval. The seven minute performance was transmitted to a viewing audience of over 300 million people worldwide and it's majestic and energetic choreography earned it a standing ovation. To celebrate 25 years the show has been re-imagined by producer Moya Doherty and director John McColgan to the original Grammy-winning soundtrack that has been re-recorded by composer Bill Whelan. The new production promises to be as powerful, passionate and unforgettable as the original. An effortless blend of innovative lighting and projections, spectacular staging and costume design make the perfect ingredients for a 21st century version of the show.

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