At the heart of Subbacultcha you’ll find our membership. Members get access to the best concerts and events for just €8 a month. With our community we’re supporting emerging music and art in Belgium and beyond. Do you want to become a member? Here is what you need to know:

THE BASICS / A Subbacultcha membership costs €8 a month. When you sign up you agree to be a member for a minimum of 3 full months. After that, you can cancel at any time. Memberships renew automatically each month.

YOUR FIRST MONTH AS A MEMBER / It takes 2 working days for a sign up request to be processed. We are reliant on bpost for delivering your card, which means it can take up to 3 or 4 working days before it arrives. Our confirmation e-mail does not grant you free access to events. If bpost is unable to deliver your pass in time for a certain show (taking in account the initial two day processing period) we will do our best to get you a spot on the guest list for that specific show.

USING YOUR MEMBERSHIP CARD / A Subbacultcha membership only grants you free entrance. It does not put you first in line, nor does it guarantee you entrance when a concert is sold out. There are no reservations possible or necessary unless specifically mentioned on the event page on our website or in the magazine.

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About Subbacultcha Belgium

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Subbacultcha is an independent subscription model devoted to emerging music and art. We operate in Belgium and in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Our members receive free access to a list of concerts and events, our monthly magazine and a canvas bag designed by a local artist that we support. Join our family and we’ll love you forever. Seriously. Because it’s you guys that make everything happen. With your precious input, we get to promote the music and art that we all love. You enable us to present a great event calendar, make publications, organise our own shows and so much more. In return, you get access to our exciting community, a new generation of creatives and a hotbed for new cultural developments.