Where a party can always be found. Check their Facebook page for the next big event. This party is a monthly, pull-out-all-the-stops night at techno temple Fuse and is one that LGBT-partygoers cross borders for so that they can join in on the fun. Courtesy of Le Dillens. The Belgian capital shines at those time-honored gay-beloved pastimes of shopping especially in the trendy Dansaert area and along upscale Avenue Louisedining particularly in the realm of yummy national staples like mussels, fries and chocolate, and drinking at the city's scores of queer and friendly bars and brasseries. Its large terrace on a smattering of rare car-free roads combined with a nearby babbling fountain brings together a bohemian, mixed clientele in search of an urban oasis. Gay Kyoto Guide:
Gay parties in Brussels like La Demence are known Europe-wide and attract guys from all over Belgium as well as from its neighbours France, Germany, Netherlands and other countries.
Belgium Bear Pride Belgium used to belong to the countries in Europe with a very conservative attitude towards gays until the mids and then became one of the most progressive countries regarding gay rights within only 10 years. Le Boys Boudoir in Center.
If the big two gay dance parties in Brussels are not on when you visit or even if they are you should check out other upcoming gay events in Brussels held at other venues.