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Palais 12
Location Brussels, Belgium
Capacity 15,000
Construction
Opened 1989
Renovated 2013
Website
www.palais12.com

Palais 12 / Paleis 12 (French: Palais 12, Dutch: Paleis 12) is an indoor arena in Brussels used for concerts and spectacles. With a capacity of roughly 15,000 it is one of the largest indoor venues in Belgium. Located in the Heysel Exhibition Park, it was originally built in 1989 but was redesigned and reopened in its current form in 2013.

Palais 12 forms the foundation stone for the NEO project, which aims to refurbish the Heysel Plateau into a new, modern, multipurpose neighbourhood in northern Brussels.

The venue

Situated on the Heysel Plateau, Palais 12 hosts major events, such as big concerts, conferences, shows and major sporting events for a maximum capacity of 15,000 people.

As the many large events organised at Brussels Expo demonstrate and thanks to its central position and accessibility, Palais 12 is the only venue in Belgium capable of welcoming spectators from all across the country, the equivalent of an attractiveness potential of more than 11 million people. This is a huge asset for Palais 12, Belgium's only venue to boast such a high prospect of spectators.

General and technical informations

 Interior
Interior

This multifunctional space, able to accommodate 2,500 to 15,000 people, will allow Brussels to become a milestone in the rounds of public shows and concerts in Belgium. It was designed to accommodate all types of events, from exhibitions, conventions and congresses to cultural and sporting events through:

  • A total area of over 10,000 m²
  • A fixed platform of nearly 2,430 seats including over 500 VIP places
  • A retractable platform / telescopic over 2700 seats
  • A large modular scenic area to accommodate the most creative stage designs and interior sports fields of all types
  • A reception area of several thousand square meters and made available for access control, bars and small restaurants, changing rooms and ticketing
  • An area of over 1,500 m² available for reception areas and cocktails and 100% dedicated to partners
  • An area of 575 m² available for areas of reception and cocktails dedicated to the public wishing wider benefits (walking dinner, etc.)
  • A backstage hosting many luxury lodges and administrative and multifunctional spaces required for production
  • Impeccable and extensively studied acoustics

Accessibility

The venue is accessible through multiple means: the Brussels Ring, the main highways, the airport, the South Station and Central Station, combined with more than 12,000 parking spaces and a wide service from the Brussels public transit authority: 4 tram lines, 3 metro lines and three bus lines.

Notable concerts and events

2013: David Guetta; Mylène Farmer; Elton John; Indochine; Riverdance

2014: Stromae; Scorpions; Kylie Minogue; Drake; André Rieu; Il Divo; Peter Gabriel; Calogero; John Newman; Elbow, Cliff Richards

2015: 5 Seconds of Summer; Ennio Morricone; Nicki Minaj; Johnny Hallyday; Santana; Eros Ramazzotti; Major Lazer; André Rieu; Supertramp; Oscar and the Wolf; Violetta; Shaka Ponk; Editors; The Prodigy; Faithless; 2015 League of Legends World Championship Soy Luna Live;

2016: Massive Attack; Muse; Queen + Adam Lambert

2017: Martina Stoessel, Davis Cup semifinal

External links

This page was last edited on 19 June 2018, at 15:49
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