Echoing Through Eternity by Fuse — Into the past, present, and future of Belgium’s longest-running techno club
After a year of closure, Fuse reopens its doors to present a pop-up exhibition retracing the history of this mythical Brussels nightlife venue.
Fuse – Rue Blaes, 208 – 1000, Brussels.
— By metro, exit at Porte de Hal subway station, served by lines 2 and 6
— By bus, stop at Porte de Hal bus station, served by lines 27 and 48
— Enter this address in your GPS: Rue Blaes, 208 – 1000, Brussels
Please note that exhibition capacity is limited to 60 people per one-hour time slot for a maximum of one hour on-site per person.
Have a look at the different time slots on the Facebook event or the event on our website.
— Feeling unwell? Stay home.
— It’s mandatory to wear your face mask before entering Echoing Through Eternity by Fuse.
— Meet with your bubble before entering.
— We have established a one-way route throughout the exhibition. Social distancing is ensured. At the entrance, during the immersive experience, when going to the toilet… Always.
— Keep 1,5m distance from other visitors and personnel. Stay in your bubble.
— Access to the coat check and lockers is prohibited throughout the duration of the event.
— Don’t forget to bring your headphones with you!
— For the children and people with sensitive ears, take your earplugs with you to enjoy our immersive experience in safety!
— Respect safety measures as instructed on site.
‘Echoing Through Eternity’ would not be possible without the support of the City of Brussels and its Department of Culture, Youth, Leisure and Sports, visit.brussels, agenda.brussels, Vlaio, Studio Brussel, Brussels By Night Federation, Bacardi, Jupiler, and Coca-Cola.