Angele in Lotto Arena, Palais 12

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What a year for Angèle! She released her debut album ‘Brol’. She was the big winner of the 8th edition of the Red Bull Elektropedia Awards with awards for ‘Artist of the Year’, ‘Best Song’ and ‘Breakthrough Artist/DJ/Producer. She is nominated in seven categories for the MIA’s to be awarded on 7 February, including “Album”, “Breakthrough”, “Pop”, and “Solo Woman”.
After many remarkable passages on the summer festivals, a sold-out club tour through Belgium last month (Vooruit Gent, 2x AB Brussels, Manège Fonck Liège, and Trix, Antwerp), the success story continues. A sold-out forest National in may of next year, and France to be completely flat for the Belgian clean with already 7 dates in Paris on her list of achievements, including 4x Le Zénith. Time for another big step forward for Angèle. On Sunday 10 november 2019 is playing them in the Lotto Arena in Antwerp on Tuesday 19 november, in Palais 12 in Brussels. A beautiful Belgian story to be proud of! The ticket sales for the shows in Lotto Arena and the royal Palace paleis 12 start on Monday, december 3 at 10am.
After Stromae and Tamino, Belgium has a new wunderkind: Angèle, whose full name Angèle Van Laeken is. She is without doubt the popfenomeen of the year. The Internet launches with regularity Instagramwaardig hip artists, but Angèle is unique and here to stay. A product of its time that the musical, fashion, social and ethnic dividing lines, it transcends. She is the face of Brussels as the centre of the urban pop music in Europe. Uninhibited, free, not bound to an identity, class, neighborhood, or skin color. Angèle is an embodiment of her generation, in which boundaries between musical genres, not more than a distant memory. Her debut album ‘Brol’ must stand as the best smoothie of the year. A large dose of pop, a little rap, a little electro beats, together in the blender. Good for a #1 position in the Ultratop albumcharts in Wallonia, and a #2 place in the Flemish counterpart.

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