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Ostend Beach Festival

Where:
Klein Strand
When:
Sat 10 Jul 2021

Ostend Beach Festival is a mini Tomorrowland on the Belgian coast. Electronic music makes for a spectacular party on the beach, with international and local acts guaranteeing a great summer atmosphere. It started small, but this music festival is growing every year and after 8 editions it brings nearly 80 acts to the coast. Four stages with every day a variety of national and international dance acts and DJs. Get ready to party with your feet in the sand!

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Ostend Beach Festival

Where:
Klein Strand
When:
Sun 11 Jul 2021

Ostend Beach Festival is a mini Tomorrowland on the Belgian coast. Electronic music makes for a spectacular party on the beach, with international and local acts guaranteeing a great summer atmosphere. It started small, but this music festival is growing every year and after 8 editions it brings nearly 80 acts to the coast. Four stages with every day a variety of national and international dance acts and DJs. Get ready to party with your feet in the sand!

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Melissa Etheridge

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Sun 11 Jul 2021

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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Rammstein

Where:
Park De Nieuwe Koers
When:
Sat 7 Aug 2021

On 7 August 2021, Rammstein will hit the stage of Ostend's new concert venue, Park De Nieuwe Koers. After a sold-out King Baudouin Stadium in Brussels, Rammstein will now head to the Belgian coast with their "Europe Stadium Tour". The concert sold out completely in 15 minutes' time.

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The Three Degrees - 50th Anniversary Tour

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Sat 4 Sep 2021

With original members Helen Scott & Valerie Holiday and also featuring Freddie Pool The Three Degrees are an American female vocal group, formed in 1963 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Well known for their soulful voices, beautiful gowns, and fabulous stage shows, they are known all around the world for songs like “When will I see you again”, “Dirty Ol’ Man”, “Take Good Care Of Yourself”.

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The Magic of Motown

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Fri 8 Oct 2021

Live on stage it is the music of the Temptations, Diana Ross and The Supremes, Four Tops, Stevie Wonder, Jackson 5, Marvin Gaye, Lionel Richie, Martha Reeves, Isley Brothers and scores more. The best live Motown tribute concert show boasts: a superbly-choreographed cast, 36 million-selling hits, dozens of dazzling costume changes, and that authentic Detroit sound! Nummers die zeker niet gaan ontbreken die avond: Ain’t No Mountain High Enough, Heard It To The Grapevine, Mr Postman, My Girl, Stop In The Name of Love, ... De show van het jaar!

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Leo Sayer

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Tue 9 Nov 2021

Leo Sayer is known the world over for his massive hits which include 'Moonlighting', 'One Man Band', 'I Can’t Stop Loving You' and the transatlantic number ones, 'When I Need You' and 'You Make Me Feel Like Dancing'. His new album, The Restless Years, has received rave reviews in Australia and Leo will be performing some of this new material alongside the hits and old favourites, backed by his full band.

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Kim Wilde - The Greatest Hits Tour 2020

Where:
Kursaal Oostende
When:
Tue 16 Nov 2021

Following the worldwide success of ‘Here Come The Aliens’ and the recent live album, ‘Aliens Live’, Kim Wilde and her incredible band are heading back on the road in 2020 with Kim’s Greatest Hits Tour. Featuring hit singles from 1981 to 2020, this will be an unmissable event not only for Kim Wilde fans but also for fans of the 80s, featuring classics such as ‘Kids In America’, ‘Hangin’ On’, ‘You Came’ and other less often heard hits like ‘A Million Miles Away’ and ‘Love Is Holy’– this is going to be the definitive Kim Wilde show. As with all Kim’s shows, the lighting and sound is always first class, with stunning visuals and the most exciting band in the business, including the legendary 2 drummers!

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An unfinished symphony. Polyphony in the collection.

Where:
Mu.ZEE
When:
30/11/19 to 31/01/21

Mu.ZEE launched a collection valuation process in November 2018. Mu.ZEE employees thoroughly went through and examined part of the museum’s collection in collaboration with various partners in the socio-cultural field. The significance of the collection and how various works of art are of value to the museum were reflected on and contemplated. In the autumn of 2019, Mu.ZEE will review the outcomes of this participatory project. The results achieved will be presented at an exhibition that provides a splendid perspective into the museum's activities and collection, along with a host of new issues and rationales that sweep the public along on a journey through Mu.ZEE’s history and its future. What does it mean to value a collection? Which criteria do we adopt during this type of valuation process? What do we know and how should we proceed? The museum's mission and vision are what shape the theoretical framework of the valuation project. As a museum of modern and contemporary art in Belgium, we have a role to play in society. By valuing our works of art, we imbue these creations with meaning and contextualise them. We raise awareness about our artworks and attempt to come up with new interpretations and connections that we can present to visitors through exhibitions and digital access to the collection. On the one hand, our valuation was carried out by an internal valuations team, while on the other, Mu.ZEE relied on an external sounding board that is part of its broader network. We are interested in telling you about the participatory approach we adopted for this pilot project. But above all, we would like to invite you personally to help us value a work of art or an ensemble. Because valuation isn't just the task of a single person...

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Exhibition: Over Permeke. Met de klankkleur van een basviool

Where:
Venetiaanse Gaanderijen
When:
06/06/20 to 08/11/20

Constant Permeke, one of the most important painters of Flemish expressionism, is best known for his strong and recognizable artworks of sailors, fishermen with their wives, and marine paintings. Ostend often was his source of inspiration. The special bond Constant Permeke had with Ostend is reflected throughout the entire exhibition. Discover the development of the artist, get acquainted with Permeke's first steps in the art world, get to know his friends and colleagues such as Gust De Smet and Léon Spilliaert and n admire the artworks he made after WWI. The leading expressionist had his heyday in the 1920s, where he created impressive drawings of fishermen and also portrayed Ostend several times in a unique way. Let yourself be awed by the cheerful Permeke, by his magical hands and discover Ostend through the artist's eyes.

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