The Jyva'Zik festival, with a red pepper as its symbol, took place at the foot of the castle of Walhain, an interesting ruin and the perfect decor. There was live entertainment, stands with advertisements, fun and music for families with young children, teenagers and older folks. Organizations were represented such as MusicFund which supports young musicians and music schools in developing countries and conflict areas by collecting musical instruments in Europe, repairing them and sending them on to partner schools in the Middle East and Africa.
The castle stayed property of the Walhain family until the death of Arnould V in 1304. The following period, from 1304 till 1430 was owned by several lords who didn't care for its upkeep.