As a live concert lover, I’m familiar with most concert halls in Brussels. There are quite a few in the city, Brussels is a great city for all kinds of concerts.
I would be happy every time the concert is in Le Botanique, simply because it’s more beautiful than other halls.
While waiting for the concert, you can take a walk inside the botanic garden in front of the hall, or sit in the terrace grab a drink with the view of the city.
It’s not far from Brussels Nord train station, about 10 min walk.
The botanic garden is probably not the most impressive one with the most kinds of plants. But the concert venue is beautiful and nicely decorated.
Long times ago Le Botanique, as its name suggests, must have been a botanic garden, and the greenhouse shaped concert hall was supposed to be a greenhouse.
But for many years it’s been like now, the venue is more for upcoming talent, acoustics, experimental sort of concerts, and often tickets aren’t too expensive conpared to those already established bands. It’s fun to discover some new bands there.
Bands/singers that played here in Botanique or in Brussels are painted on the ground.
There are several halls in various sizes.
Drahla, post-punk band from Leeds
In short, old botanic garden turning into lovely concert venue, not far from Brussels Nord, might worth a visit in the sunmer or if there’s some upcoming bands you want to see.