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Coalescaremonium 2017 “Pagan Electrics”

Etterbeek, Brussels | Saturday 8 April 2017 | Start : 15h, End : 03h

Like previous years we organise a gothic festival in Brussels, and for the 5th edition we chose the theme “Pagan Electrics”. We invited bands like Inkubus Sukkubus (pagan goth rock), Dordeduh (pagan atmospheric black metal), Empusae (organic ritual ambient), Hybryds (ritual goth) and many others.


Coalescaremonium, meaning ‘Coalescent Ceremony’, is a yearly grandioso Gothic happening that combines unseen international acts with local talent from various sub-genres of Gothic culture into a grand day of celebration; with high attention to detail and strong focus on music, performance, dance, art and fashion.

Each year, our event exhibits different acts, stands and expositions, all following an underlying thread that makes the whole experience into a magical gathering for artists and visitors alike. For its fifth anniversary this central theme will be “Pagan Electrics”; exploring strains of heathen ritualism in a strongly electricalised setting.

Expect a whole day of dark glamorous fun channeling witchcraft, hereticism and the electric society in a program that caters to everybody’s taste. Come express yourself and meet people from all over Europe in our nation’s beautiful capital and experience the unique atmosphere presented to you by underground artists Nocturne, Discipulus, La Dutchessa, SiSeN and TElombre.


Situated in the heart of Brussels’ European contours, “Le Bouche a Oreille” is a unique concert venue, constructed inside a fabulously decorated monastery with many different rooms for us to use. In close proximity to Jubelpark and place Merode, Coalescaremonium is easy to reach by car (free parking) and with public transport. Address: Place Van Meyel 16, 1040 Brussels, Belgium.


The fifth edition of Coalescaremonium gathers again an excellent selection of local and international artists for you to discover! See bands spanning 3 decades of scene music over 2 stages, a constant dancefloor and shopping area, a striking fashion show, ceremonies and much more; with music going from ritual ambient to coldwave, dark opera, goth rock, harsh industrial and atmospheric metal.

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