10, 11 & 12 December 2021
Salon Perdu
Welcome to Brussels Jazz Weekend's brand new winter edition. On 10, 11 and 12 December 2021, you can enjoy a warm and cosy winter festival in the historical 'Spiegeltent' (literally: mirror tent) Salon Perdu on the Nieuwe Graanmarkt / Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains in the centre of Brussels. A varied programme ranging from catchy swing and Lindy Hop on Friday to renowned names and homegrown experimental jazz on Saturday and Sunday, will literally sweep you off your feet. Although the winter edition is completely free thanks to the generous support of our partners, registration is mandatory.
Reserve your free spot here
Year of Birth
Date and timeslot
multiple options possible
Friday evening (18h30 - 23h30) - (Sold Out)
Saturday afternoon (15h00 - 19h00) - (Sold Out)
Saturday evening (19h00 - 23h00) - (Sold Out)
Sunday afternoon (15h00 - 18h00) - (Sold Out)
Sunday evening (18h00 - 22h00 - (Sold Out))
*All pre-registered tickets are gone, but you can put your name on the waiting list (see below). If tickets are available, we will contact you immediately. Don't forget: there are also tickets per time slot available at the door, which cannot be reserved in advance. Last-minute visitors can register for each time slot at the door.*
Date and timeslot Waiting List
Friday evening (18h30 - 23h30)
Saturday afternoon (15h00 - 19h00)
Saturday evening (19h00 - 23h00)
Sunday afternoon (15h00 - 18h00)
Sunday evening (18h00 - 22h00)
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Tickets at the door
When a certain time slot is fully booked, this doesn't mean we're out of tickets. For every time slot, there are tickets for last minute deciders, which will be available at the door.
The concerts are taking place in the historical spiegeltent Salon Perdu which will be set up for the occasion on the Nieuwe Graanmarkt / Place du Nouveau Marché aux Grains in the centre of Brussels. This travelling dance hall in art deco style has been touring Europe for over a century now. In the 1920s, jazz bands were extremely popular: glamorous partygoers graced the dance floor and went crazy on charleston and Lindy Hop in this mobile venue.