For Car-Free Sunday, VO Event organised a sports day to encourage youngsters to take up a physical activity. Sports enthusiasts raced to the Cinquantenaire to discover something new and have a go at the various things on offer.
Following its Impact Day, an international consulting firm commissioned VO Event to organise an event in line with its socio-cultural commitment. It came up with DiverCities, a concept based on a dual theme: the world's major cities and their cultural diversity. 900 employees were invited to the Docks Dome Event Hall for an evening of immersion, to witness the thought-provoking creations that have trickled up from the street. It was a unique programme of performances that evoked the spirit of the various cities and the place of the human being in them.
A skate ramp in a church? Why not? This is exactly what VO Event did to introduce the brand’s skate collection during the Levi’s Skateboarding Event in Berlin. For two days, skateboarders invaded this protestant church to celebrate their own religion. Their energy provided a striking contrast with the church’s serenity, as they performed acrobatic tricks in the light of the stained glass windows.
VO Event remixed the traditional Mobility Week and Car-Free Sunday with a youthful touch. We took the motto “Be Mobilmix Be Brussels” to heart to really encourage residents to switch to more eco-friendly modes of transport. The huge Tunnel Party, held in the Porte de Namur tunnel, brought a breath of fresh air to the city centre.