King's Feast History
The King’s Feast serves to celebrate, preserve and remember the unique culture of the Kingdom of Belgium. It is a night of gastronomical Belgian delights, artistic performances and renowned Belgian beer. The King’s Feast is not a national holiday in Belgium, though many government offices are closed.
The King’s feast is celebrated on 15 November, a day that commemorates the feast of Saint Leopold and the Feast of Saint Albert, in the German Liturgical and Roman Catholic calendars. It has been celebrated annually since 1866, when Leopold II declared it. Since the birth of the Belgian State, 3 of 7 kings have been named Leopold and another two, Albert.
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