Music fans will have the opportunity to take ferries to Belgium later this year to attend a high-profile festival in the country's capital.
This year's Brussels Jazz Marathon, which will be the 15th outing of the event, is set to run from May 28th to 30th.
People interested in attending some of this year's free concerts can take a ferry from Hull to Zeebrugge with P&O Ferries
and drive south-east into Belgium to visit Brussels.
More than 450 musicians are expected to perform during this year's Jazz Marathon, with gigs set to be staged in central squares such as Place du Sablon, Grand Place and Place Sainte Catherine, as well as various hotels, bars and clubs.
Various genres will be represented at the festival, including modern and traditional jazz, blues and Latin.
Travellers planning a trip to Belgium this year can also take ferries from Rosyth to Zeebrugge with Norfolkline
or use the Ramsgate to Ostend ferry route, which is served by TransEuropa Ferries
in partnership with LD Lines
Posted by Andrew Smith