The world tour kicks off on April 6th at Waagnatie in Antwerp, showcasing Ellen Allien, I Hate Models, Kobosil, Mall Grab, Dax J and SPFDJ.
Fuse, the well-known clubbing institution in Brussels, is celebrating its 30th anniversary with an exciting lineup of events. The festivities include a world tour, a book, and a VA compilation that highlights the club’s rich history and influence.
Starting on April 6th at the Waagnatie venue in Antwerp, the world tour promises an unforgettable experience for electronic music enthusiasts. The lineup features artists such as Ellen Allien, I Hate Models, Kobosil, Mall Grab, and Dax J, who will be performing back-to-back with SPFDJ. Other tour stops include BRET in Amsterdam, RSO.BERLIN, and a stage at Stone Techno Festival in Essen.
Accompanying the tour is a VA compilation, set to be released in October. The compilation will feature 30 tracks spread across seven vinyl records, showcasing the diverse sounds and talents that have graced Fuse over the years. Expect contributions from respected artists like Planetary Assault Systems, Donato Dozzy, and JakoJako.
To commemorate its 30-year history, Fuse will also publish a book. This publication chronicles the evolution of the club, offering an in-depth look at its impact on the electronic music scene.
For more information and tickets, visit the official Fuse website here.
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