Bright Brussels, the city's festival of light, will take place in Belgium's capital Oct. 28 to Nov. 6.
The event, which was canceled last year because of the pandemic, will feature two routes comprising 16 lightworks from local and international artists.
The Royal and European quarters of the city will be illuminated for 10 consecutive evenings, including installations at the European Parliament, the Mont des Arts garden and the Royal Palace on Place des Palais.
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There will also be related evening events in museums, shops and restaurants, and DJs will be on hand to add to the atmosphere.
"Bright Brussels ... produced by Visit Brussels, has grown with every edition," said Brussels' minister-president Rudi Vervoort.
"For 10 days, instead of the usual four, the people of Brussels and visitors to our region can wander through its various neighborhoods and admire works by artists from Brussels and abroad, most of which have never been exhibited before."