You’ve been dying to go back dancing in a night club ? Clubbing is not gonna be possible for a while, but you might be interested to go back to Fuse night club Brussels … during the day !
The mythical Brussels night club opens its door between April 9th and 18th to introduce it’s pop up exhibition. 27 years of archives, flyers, posters, videos and more to discover.
Fuse is well know by the LGBTQIA+ community since it has been the venue hosting La Demence parties for so many years. The club in the marolles neighbourhood was still welcoming every month party animals from all over Europe especially for those festivities now all cancelled because of the covid-19 pandemic.
The night club will be accessible for two weekends in a row as a temporary museum. “Echoing Through Eternity” will focus on the history of the club and the increasing role it took in Brussels nightlife.
Peter Decuypere and Thierry Coppens, founders of the belgian techno temple will retrace the evolution of the project through filmed interviews. Even a small 3 minutes social distanced full loud clubbing experience might be on the menu.
“Echoing Through Eternity” is your chance to explore Fuse like you never did before and dive into a rich complete journey into Fuse’s legacy.
Don’t hesitate to book your tickets since safety measures are in place, only 60 people per hour are allowed inside.
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