Brussels club Fuse has announced details of a pop-up exhibition that will showcase the past, present and future of Belgium’s longest-running techno venue.
Echoing Through Eternity, which will take place from Friday 9 April to Sunday 18 April, will be the first time that Fuse has opened its doors in more than a year, following its closure due to the pandemic in March 2020.
‘Echoing Through Eternity is your chance to explore Fuse like you never did before,‘ the club said in a statement on its Facebook page. ‘Dive into a rich archive containing 27 years of artwork and music trends: a complete journey into Fuse’s legacy.
‘Still missing the loud music and strobing lights? Indulge yourself in our exciting immersive clubbing experience.’
Due to COVID-19 restrictions, exhibition capacity is limited to 60 people per one-hour time slot, for a maximum of one hour on-site per person. Tickets are priced at €10 and are on sale now at the Fuse website.
Last week, the club participated in a ‘In Memoriam’ for the Belgian club scene, to mark the one year anniversary of its closure, with clubbers leaving flowers, candles and memories at the club’s door on Rue Blaes.
— BX1 – Actu (@BX1_Actu) March 14, 2021
Here’s hoping it won’t be long before it opens up again. Here’s a selection of some of our favourite DJ sets from the legendary techno venue. 🙂