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Bijloke Gent Music Centre

Bijloke Gent Music Centre

Sarah Geypens

Where the sick were once treated, music lovers are now pampered. Lovers of classical or contemporary music and jazz will definitely find what they’re looking for here.

The Bijloke Gent Music Centre offers a modern take on music by embracing cross-overs with other art forms such as theatre and film, as well as children’s shows, and festival weeks centred around current themes. Each season there are over 120 concerts going on, featuring top musicians from home and abroad. Every year, over 100,000 visitors find their way to the Music Centre for concerts, courses, and debates.
For jazz lovers,

De Bijloke Gent Music Centre is synonymous with the renowned Gent Jazz Festival.

Info for groups

The Bijloke Gent Music Centre, with its historic rooms, technical knowhow and excellent catering facilities is also the ideal location for congresses and events, only a stone’s throw away from Ghent city centre.

Opening hours

  • T 19/09  >
  • W 20/09  >
  • T 21/09  >
  • F 22/09  >
  • S 23/09 closed
  • S 24/09 closed
  • M 25/09 closed
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Muziekcentrum de Bijloke Gent

Jozef Kluyskensstraat 2
9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-93236111
E-mailadres: info@debijloke.be
Stadsplan: B6


Bespreekbureau de Bijloke Gent

Jozef Kluyskensstraat 2
9000 Gent
Tel.: +32-93236100
E-mailadres: tickets@debijloke.be
URL - link: De Bijloke
Stadsplan: B6


Visitor’s city guide Ghent

Visitor’s city guide Ghent

Please feel free to browse through this guide and get to know our city a little better.

  • Muziek

Public transport




Festivals, Concerts, With the kids, Events

For one day, Music Centre De Bijloke is the most child-friendly place in Ghent!


deFilharmonie & Beatrice Rana
The Royal Flemish Philharmonic and Beatrice Rana play the piano concert no. 1 from Pjotr Iljitsj Tsjaikovski.
Concertzaal de Bijloke

In the neighbourhood


Your visit to Ghent begins at the Ghent City Museum (STAM)


't Toreken Gent
Today the 15th-century Toreken, at that time the guild hall of the tanners, is home to the Poetry Centre.
Rabot Gent
In 1488, Maximilian of Austria took advantage of a weak point in Ghent’s defences to seize the city.
Leopoldskazerne Gent
With its thick walls, battlements, corner turrets and embrasures, the five-sided barracks still look above all like a fortified stronghold.