For the 2017 edition of the Brussels Summer Festival, the organizers – with the support of non-profit organization Almagic – put the necessary means in place to facilitate access for people with reduced mobility and people suffering from a handicap.
Almagic: puts the necessary equipment in place to facilitate autonomous access to the BSF sites:
areas to enjoy concerts comfortably
“CAP48” rolling plates
ramps and podiums
sidewalk cable-sleeves & cable-sleeves
complete signage placed at 2,5 m height for optimal visibility
More information in the online catalogue on the site www.almagic.org
You will find the Almagic booth on the Place Royale:
If you encounter a technical problem, the non-profit association can repair wheelchairs, replace a faulty bolt, lend you a wheelchair (electric or not –limited number), etc.
If you need to recharge your batteries (literally), a charging point is availableat their booth.
The toilets of the non-profit association are equipped to provide first aid if necessary.
The team: During the festival, a 15-persons team will have the sole mission to guarantee easy access to persons with reduced mobility or to persons suffering from a handicap, thus assuming a role of prevention, help and assistance.
How do I get tot he BSF?
The metro station Gare Centrale (lines 1 and5) is accessible and equipped with an elevator.
Bus 71 is an ACCESSIBUS: you can access the festival from the “ROYALE” bus stop (for the Place des Palais and the Place du Musée) and “CENTRALE” (for the concerts at the Place de l’Albertine and in the Madeleine concert hall).