The building in which Fuse is situated used to be a cinema and was named RAF after the second world war, as a tribute to the British Royal Air Force (RAF) who liberated Brussels. In 1971 it became a ballroom and since ’94 it’s been a legendary techno club.
Fuse club is the most renowned (underground) club of Belgium and even amongst the best in Europe. For more than 15 years already Fuse club has been offering the floor to international top deejays including Jeff Mills, Dave Clarke, Laurent Garnier, Sven Väth, Richie Hawtin, Felix Da Housecat and so on. Legends like these but also current deejay stars often return to the club, which has a capacity of approximately 1500 people.
Personally I love to go to Fuse club because there are no ‘boundaries’ like type of clothing or the number of girls you bring with you. Fuse is all about the music and the experience that comes along with it.
The Fuse Event Space is also used to organize another concept under its umbrella, called Blaes 208. Mostly on Fridays, these parties generally focus more on electro, drum ‘n’ bass and dubstep music.