Belgium’s longest-running techno nightclub, Fuse, will celebrate its 29th birthday this weekend.
Daytime parties will be held at Quadrilatères, Brussels which is based below Bruxelles-Gare du Midi with an afterparty at Fuse.
Earlier this year, Fuse announced it will remain open for two years after being forced to close due to noise complaints.
The Brussels Regional Administration (Brussel Leefmilieu/ Bruxelles Environnement) requested for the nightclub to close after Fuse claimed that just one neighbour reported a noise complaint.
However, the decision to close the club was reviewed with the results allowing Fuse to reopen “under very strict conditions”.
These “very restrictive conditions” include the club no longer being allowed to run three-day-long weekend events with it only occasionally able to open until 7:AM – with 9:AM to 5:PM as standard – which Fuse mentioned was a “main attractive element for tourists to come to Brussels.”
In a statement, Fuse explained that the club is allowed to reopen for two years before having to move from its current location.
Get tickets to Fuse’s 29th birthday weekender here and check out the full line-up below.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins