Libramont Fair

The Libramont agricultural, forestry and agri-food fair is a huge open-air exhibition that welcomes more than 200,000 visitors, along with 1,800 exhibitors and brands, on a site covering 300,000 m² every year.

A unique event 

It is an outstanding showcase for the rural world, which it presents from many different angles: machinery, livestock breeding, forestry, the agri-food industry, horticulture, research, education and culture.

It is a “green” fair, thanks to its sustainable management. Attention focuses on recycling, re-vegetation of the site and renewable energy.   

These approaches make this event unequalled throughout Europe.

A multifaceted event

Libramont is held on the last weekend of July every year. Every other year, it is followed by Demo Forest, and every four years by Mowing Demonstrations. The next edition of the Fair will take place from 24 to 27 July 2015.



Thank you for being part of this exceptional edition; you were 253,835 in all!

If you want further information about Demo Forest, we invite you to take a look at our new website, where you can find all practical information in order to participate in this unique event:

In 2015, The Fair of Libramont is followed by 2 days forest demonstrations. Note the dates in your agenda: 28 & 29 July in the forest of Bertrix.

Clip Libramont 2015

Clip Libramont 2015


Make your life easier: the train (Brussels-Namur-Luxembourg line) stops in Libramont, just 10 minutes on foot from the Fairgrounds (shuttles available).

Take advantage of a B-Excursion starting at €13.50, entrance included. Find out more at:

Code 601 

Video Libramont

All videos of the fair of Libramont and Libramont Exhibition & Congress are available on Vimeo

Cash withdrawals at the fairground

You can withdraw money via the "CBC/KBC bus”, a real mobile bank branch. 

Cash can be withdrawn with all bank cards:
- Bancontact
- Visa
- Mastercard
- Etc.

Foire de Libramont | Rue des Aubépines, 50 | B-6800 Libramont | + 32 (0) 61 23 04 04
Sur le site de Libramont Exhibition & Congress