- After plans for an aftershow following the Arras gig on 9 July fell through, due to lack of a suitable venue, Prince had five locations scouted: Het Depot in Leuven (near Werchter), Felixpakhuis in Antwerp, Indigo Studio’s in South Brussels suburb Vorst, and two in Brussels AB (Ancienne Belgique) and Viage. He was to decide if and where to play in the late afternoon, but around six, it became clear Prince would procrastinated the decision until after the show, upon which the Felixpakhuis in Antwerp and the AB in Brussels withdrew due to logistic reasons. When Prince shortly after midnight decided he wanted to play an aftershow, Viage in Brussels had the best to offer of the remaining three venues.
- Tickets for this show were for sale at the door of the venue. Prince ordered tickets to be sold for either € 125, € 95 or € 90, but since people were not let in until 3:30, the venue direction convinced Prince to lower admission to € 80.
- All entrance fees went directly to Prince who divided the proceeds equally amongst his band members. The venue got the keep the proceeds of sold beverages.
- Word of this aftershow was spread shortly after the Werchter gig ended and spread quickly via internet, through websites and twitter.
- Entrance to this brand new venue, open since May 2010, was quite chaotic and stressful. A glass panel on the escalator broke, causing injury to a few patrons, and none of the venue staff was able to provide any medical attention, not even a first aid kit was present. Other people fell on the escalator that was stopped and turned back on. Larry Graham & GCS had started the show before everyone was in, properly. Also people queuing in line first were let in last, due to a mix up in the two queues that formed outside the venue.