After 11 weeks, nightclub Fuse will close their summer terrace. And they will end it in style with “Plein Air by Fuse”. None other than techno legends Dave Clarke and Dax J are lined up for the very last weekend.
Over the course of the summer, Fuse welcomed about 15.000 people at their terrace. All in a corona proof environment, following all regulations by the local governments. Social distancing, mouth masks, separate bubbles, hand sanitizers… the list of measures taken was impressive. Belgium’s finest electronic acts played at the summer concept. To name a few: Joyhauser, Hadone, Milo Spykers, The Subs, Maxim Lany, Nico Morano and Yves Deruyter. And amongst visitors, famous names like Amelie Lens and Lost Frequencies.
But now that the terrace closes, what’s next?
“We’d love to reopen our dear club as soon as possible ofcourse. But that’s wishful thinking for the coming weeks.” tells Andy Walravens, manager of Fuse. “However, we have plenty of new corona-proof ideas that we will investigate in the weeks to come. A stupid virus won’t stop us.”
What’s Plein Air by Fuse?
DJ-scored liveliness and a relaxing kick-back-with-cocktails atmosphere in the heated city of Brussels. Sip some cocktails and have a bubble dance whilst enjoying music by Belgium’s (and some international) finest artists and concepts.