Dazzle Events supports Fuse in building their first museum

OPENING

Fuse reopens for a special exhibition: Echoing Through Eternity

After a year of closure, Fuse reopens its doors on 9 April to present an exceptional pop-up exhibition retracing the history of this mythical Brussels nightlife venue.

Into the past, present and future of Belgium’s premier techno club

Fuse is transforming itself into a temporary art exhibition venue and museum. We dive deep into the rich history of the club and its location. Showcasing a rich archive containing 27 years of artwork and music trends in the form of many collectibles, flyers, and posters. Not only the history of Fuse itself will be highlighted, but also the history of Blaes 208, a building that has served many purposes during its long history. From a former cinema to a Spanish disco and then the iconic techno club Fuse.

This is not only the ideal moment for many clubbers and nightlife enthusiasts to return to Fuse, but also for the many inhabitants of Brussels that have visited the building over the years to once again experience and relive the many moments they have had in the heart of the Marolles. 

Dazzle Events supported Fuse with the logistical side of things. Ranging from the technical floor plan to ordering and placing all panels, designing the plans for services, you name it. A fantastic collaboration with one of Belgium’s most famous clubs!

An exhilarating exhibition

This exhibition is not just a feast for the eyes. Scan one of the many QR codes throughout the venue and learn about the stories and the music tied to the many projects that Fuse has launched over the years. This is the opportunity to hear one of the founders of Fuse, Peter De Cuypere, talk about the first turbulent years of the club or to listen to Thierry Coppens talking about the enduring marriage between La Demence and Fuse. Just a cherrypick of the many interesting stories that developed at the iconic club throughout the years. 

In addition to diving into Fuse’s history, you’ll also be able to experience art installations and moments. Head over to the Motion Room and indulge yourself in the “3 minutes of a club experience” installation. In a time where clubbing has become a distant and abstract memory, you can relive the experience for the first time in over a year. Loud music and strobing lights. Yes, they do still exist! 

Got something to celebrate soon? Let’s meet to discuss how to make your opening event or jubilee an original and memorable party. Feel free to contact thijs@dazzle-events.be.

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