Les Croqu'Noires can't help but draw you into the pleasures of the party.
It was in 1989 that a few musicians from the Harmonie Royale Saint-Charles de Floreffe decided to form a small mobile street entertainment group.
In the years that followed, new, more experienced musicians joined the group, replacing older members who wanted to leave.
Very quickly, in the early 90s, the group turned to a repertoire of New Orleans and Dixieland jazz.
These repertoires, which are festive and accessible to audiences of all ages, have delighted many event organisers, from neighbourhood parties and wedding receptions to Christmas markets and school and family celebrations.