Update - 8/03/2023

Registrations reopened!

We hope to hold another edition this year as it is known to everyone.

See you then!


! We are still looking out for Sponsors !

 We are still looking for sponsors to support this fantastic event every year again.

 Your publicity will appear as a sponsor;

  • On 5000 leaflets, which will be distributed at carrefour, Makro, Colruyt and Delhaize car parks in Grimbergen, Vilvoorde, North Brussels and Zuid-Mechelen.
  • In the 'Weekkrant' (twice)
  • In the Sunday newspaper
  • On our new website (www.brocantebeigem.be)  

Are you interested in sponsoring this fantastic event? Do not hesitate to contact us via This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or the telephone number; 0478 26 10 53!

(see "Sponsors" for more details)


Welcome on the official website of the “Beigemse Brocante”

Organizing a market where the “Franks” held one in the third and fourth century, is not as implausible as it seems. The “Beigemse Flea Market on den Dries” makes it happening, always on the third Sunday-June. And this for already 30 years!

But why the name "on den Dries"? Well, a 'dries' is a ‘triangular market square’ that the Franks organized on different places, not too far apart from each other. It served as a meeting, to catch up, but also to trade. Even today many communities have such a triangular square. And so also Beigem does.

The first “Beigemse Flea Market” took place in 1992, with 36 exhibitors. Anno 2022 that number grew till 250! This is also the maximum number allowed, because to retain the typical atmosphere of the street market we prefer to not extend this to more than 250.

In recent years, we were always pleased to welcome more than 10,000 visitors. Will you also be part of this!? This year on 06/19/2022!




The market is open from 10h to 18h!

Visitors can come to the market on three different places: people that come from Nieuwenrode, Kapelle-op-den-Bos, Humbeek and related communities are best to start at the intersection of ‘Meerstraat’ with the ‘Beigemsesteenweg’. This is also the only entrance to the exhibitors. Once in ‘Meerstraat’ you can also enter the ‘Coppendries’ street or you can begin at ‘Ten Berg’ (Town Hall Square) and the ‘Beigemsesteenweg’.

(See "Location" for more details)



With the “Beigemse Flea Market on den Dries” summer really starts and so a must to visit. If you are interested in old furniture, paintings, antique, glassware or postcards, you will definitely agree to come along. But as with any market some things must be taken into account. Sales of all types of textiles and footwear, weapons, perfumes, animals, and except for the catering business and the terrace of the organization, eating and drinking is strictly forbidden.

(See "Brocante > Rules" for more details)

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