Tickets

Just a little more patience and you’ll be enjoying the many fun activities, meeting incredible guests, visiting the manga and gaming areas, trying out new and retro games alike, dancing on the K-pop stage, vibing to the concerts, discovering Asian cultures and admiring the incredible cosplays of other visitors and professional cosplayers!

Saturday ticket

19.5
18,50 Price valid until 03/07
  • Ticket for Saturday

Sunday ticket

18.5
17,50 Price valid until 03/07
  • Ticket for Sunday

Weekend ticket

35
33 Price valid until 03/07
  • Ticket for Saturday & Sunday

Priority Ticket

31 Price valid until 23/09
  • Ticket for Saturday or Sunday
  • Enter at 9am instead of 10am

VIP Ticket

99,50 Price valid until 23/09
  • Ticket for Saturday or Sunday
  • Enter at 9am instead of 10am
  • Enjoy the VIP benefits (see above)

VIP Weekend ticket

170 Price valid until 23/09
  • Ticket for the entire duration of the festival
  • Enter at 9am instead of 10am
  • Enjoy the VIP benefits (see above)
  • Children under 11 years old on the day of Made in Asia can enter free of charge. They do not need to take a ticket. They will need to bring their ID card and they can enter.
  • If you cannot attend the festival because you have contracted Covid-19, we can provide you with a voucher for the next edition (upon presentation of the medical certificate).

The Made in Asia ticket campaign is divided in 3 price periods:

  • In the first period, the tickets will be the cheapest. This period ends on the 4th of July.
  • The second period will last until the day before the festival.
  • The final and least beneficial one is during the festival. It will still be possible to buy tickets during the festival (except in case of a sold-out status). They will be cheaper online. 😉
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FAQ Tickets

For any technical problems with the purchase of tickets (lost email…) contact: tickets@easyfairs.com

No, if they are under 11 years old, children (accompanied by a paying adult) enter free of charge and without a ticket. They will have to prove their age (identity card).

No, it is indicated on the sales platform that the ticket is not exchangeable.

No, the QR code (black square) is the most important, it is this unique code that you scan and that is no longer valid afterwards.

No, you can show it on your phone but remember to set the brightness to maximum.

The accompanying person of a wheelchair user or a blind person can enter Made in Asia free of charge and without a ticket.

This rule only applies if the wheelchair user or blind person is a paying visitor and therefore has a valid admission ticket. All other accompanying persons must have a ticket.

No, but it won’t work anyway. Once a first ticket is scanned, it is no longer valid and therefore the photocopy will not work.

There are 3 pricing periods. The first one is the most beneficial.

Pre-sale tickets and tickets bought at the entrance give you the same rights, but pre-sale tickets have the advantage of avoiding long queues at the ticket office.
Plus, pre-sale tickets are always cheaper.

Weekend and 3-day tickets are available until the day before the festival.

If the ticketing system does not display on your browser (normally just above on this page), please clear your cache. If this does not work, please contact: tickets@easyfairs.com

Until the day before the festival

No, as soon as the (unique) ticket is scanned, the code is no longer valid and your photocopies are therefore completely useless.

Tickets

For any technical problem with the ticket purchase (lost email…) : tickets@easyfairs.com

No, it is indicated on the sales platform that the ticket is not exchangeable.

No, the QR code (black square) is the most important, it is this unique code that you scan and that is no longer valid afterwards.

No, you can show it on your phone but remember to set the brightness to maximum.

The accompanying person of a wheelchair user or a blind person can enter Made in Asia free of charge and without a ticket.

This rule only applies if the wheelchair user or blind person is a paying visitor and therefore has a valid admission ticket. All other accompanying persons must have a ticket.

No, but it won’t work. Once a first ticket is scanned, it is no longer valid and therefore the “photocopy” will not work.

Allowed / Not allowed

Yes, “realistic” replica weapons (such as airsoft, paintball, plastic guns…) and replica knives are prohibited in public places. This is the law. Brussels Expo is a public place and must respect this rule.

Therefore, “realistic” replica weapons (i.e. those that look like a real weapon) and steel blades are not allowed at Made in Asia.

The security of Brussels Expo (which we do not manage) have strict instructions and will not let you enter with your replica weapon (they can even confiscate it). All carriers of “realistic” replica weapons and carriers of replica knives will not be allowed to enter. And there is nothing we can do about it. Finally, if you have a cardboard, plastic or wooden sword or a replica of a “fictional” weapon (like Cloud’s sword), there is no problem.

Yes, a random search takes place at the entrance of Brussels Expo. If you wish, you can leave your bag in the cloakroom (near the entrance).

No worries, there are several Asian food outlets at the event, but you can bring your own food.

Yes, you just have to take a stamp on the way out and show it on the way in. So any exit is absolutely not final. On the other hand, it’s not the same stamp on Saturday and Sunday 😉

Animals (dogs, cats, pandas, dinosaurs…) are not allowed in Namur Expo and Brussels Expo.

For any technical problems with the purchase of tickets (lost email…) contact: tickets@easyfairs.com

Not if they are under 11 years old. Children under 11 years of age must be accompanied by an adult (paying) and must show their identity card. They can then enter free of charge.

No, it is indicated on the sales platform that the ticket is not exchangeable.

No, the QR code (black square) is the most important, it is this unique code that you scan and that is no longer valid afterwards.

No, you can show it on your phone but remember to set the brightness to maximum.

The accompanying person of a wheelchair user or a blind person can enter Made in Asia free of charge and without a ticket.

This rule only applies if the wheelchair user or blind person is a paying visitor and therefore has a valid admission ticket. All other accompanying persons must have a ticket.

No, but it won’t work anyway. Once a first ticket is scanned, it is no longer valid and therefore the “photocopy” will not work.

The first of the three pricing periods is the most beneficial. Early buyers get rewarded!

Pre-sale tickets and tickets bought at the entrance give you the same rights, but pre-sale tickets have the advantage of avoiding long queues at the ticket office.
Plus, pre-sale tickets are always cheaper.

Weekend and 3-day tickets are available until the day before the festival.

If the ticketing system does not display on your browser (normally just above on this page), please clear your cache. If this does not work, please contact: tickets@easyfairs.com

Until the day before the festival.

No, as soon as the (unique) ticket is scanned, the code is no longer valid and your photocopies are therefore completely useless.

Infos complémentaires

Cloakrooms are available at Brussels Expo for a fee.

A form for journalists can be found on the website a few weeks before the event.

Yes, give them the highest of fives when you see them at the festival!

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24-25 September
Brussels Expo

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