The next edition of La Demence will be on Sunday, 1 January.
Taking place at Fuse, in the centre of Brussels, if you want to start the New Year off as you mean to continue, then getting hot and sweaty at La Demence is the place to do it.
What makes La Demence one of the hottest nights out in Brussels?
“It is difficult for me to believe that my party is already over 30 years old – and that we’re still attracting new guests every time…” explains Thierry Coppens, the man behind La Demence. “I’m proud of La Demence – no other gay party has lasted as long.”
“What has never changed since the beginning – and it’s the key to our success – is the family feeling which makes everyone feel accepted…” continues Thierry. “There has always been a mixture of ages and styles – bears, muscle queens, twinks, leather boys, trans, fetish. It’s also a very international audience.”
“What has really changed since the beginning of the parties is that at that time no one used to take their shirts off, whereas now it has almost become a standard.”
“What keeps me going is when people tell me that they are having the time of their life and thank me for that.”
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