Fifty Session will be hosting the NABO stage at CORE Festival

Fifty Session will be hosting the NABO stage at CORE Festival

The collaboration was inaugurated in a yellow inflatable submarine at the Mont des Arts in Brussels

Wednesday, April 26, 2023 - CORE Festival is joining forces with the Brussels-based Fifty Session! The renowned Fifty Session, which has been a fixture in the Brussels music scene for years, will be hosting the NABO stage at the two-day boutique festival this year. The eye-catching NABO stage, located at the heart of the festival site in the Osseghem Park at a height of 8,5 meters with a 360 LED wall all around, can accommodate around 150 festivalgoers. On this year’s program: a beautiful mix of live performances and DJs, both Belgian and international young artists and up-and-coming talents that are gifted to become the stars of tomorrow. Tickets for the two-day festival on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 May are available via

The unique collaboration between CORE Festival and Fifty Session was inaugurated last night during a very special Fifty Session edition in a yellow inflatable submarine at the Mont des Arts in the heart of Brussels. The 22-year-old French artist Angie and the 21-year-old Zonmai from Brussels each gave an intimate showcase with a mix of R&B, rap, afro pop, hyperpop and French song.

The second edition of CORE Festival will kick off the Belgian festival summer in style with a captivating and eclectic mix of pop, quality indie, live electronic music, hip hop, soul, R&B and alternative dance, spread over 6 different stages in the picturesque Osseghem Park, at the foot of the Atomium in Brussels and amidst the raw beauty of the Belgian capital’s nature surroundings. Previously, a series of renowned acts like Angèle, Moderat, alt-J, NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), Little Simz, Masego, Charlotte Adigéry & Bolis Pupul, Channel Tres, Pusha T, Goldband, PinkPantheress, Honey Dijon, Eliza Rose, The Blessed Madonna, Jayda G and many others had been announced for CORE Festival.

CORE Festival will be immersing festivalgoers in a total experience of music, nature, and art. Visitors will be able to check out art installations this year by Joanie Lemercier, Fleur Roggeman and Reality Is__, among others. PLUS-ONE Gallery will be sharing digital art by Victor Verhelst, Walter Wathieu, Nicholas William Johnson, Jonas Lund and Tabor Rabok on the 360 LED wall around the eye-catching Nabo stage.

Tickets for CORE Festival are available via A day ticket is available from €82 (including service fee and mobility contribution), a weekend ticket from €147 (including service fee and mobility contribution).

CORE Festival
​Saturday & Sunday 27 and 28 May 2023
​Osseghem Park, Brussels
​Tickets and info via
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Jordy Van Overmeire Press Coordinator & Spokesperson (NL)
Christelle Nyarwaya Press Coordinator & Spokesperson (FR)


About CORE Festival

A two-day boutique festival in Brussels, immersing festivalgoers in a unique total experience of music, nature and art with an eclectic line-up of various genres and niches amidst the raw beauty of nature’s surroundings in the capital of Europe. 

CORE Festival
Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 May 2023
Osseghem Park, Brussels
More info:

A collaboration between Tomorrowland and Rock Werchter