Brussels Mayor Freddy Thielemans (4th from left), Viage General Manager Andrew Webb (3rd from right) and panelists.
“We are launching a fantastic new entertainment concept and an exciting new brand,” said Viage General Manager Andrew Webb. “Viage will be a multi-faceted entertainment complex and a first for Belgium and the city of Brussels.”
The Viage logo clearly represents the vibrancy of the new concept, as Webb explained: “The colored balls stand for a sparkling experience – almost like the bubbles in a glass of Champagne – while the different colors represent the many different experiences on offer at Viage.”
Covering a total of some 14,000 square meters, Viage will feature a range of different entertainment opportunities for the whole family: from restaurants, bars and chill-out zones to extensive gaming facilities and a 1,000 person capacity event area. The new complex will also create hundreds of jobs for Brussels and be a major new attraction for the city.