Open every Friday, Saturday and Sunday of the summer, from 4 PM to midnight.
The Brussels techno institute is not planning on having a quiet summer. After last year's success, Fuse is back on the Tour & Taxis grounds for another season of Plein Air. Although it’s a seated-terrace concept, visitors will be treated to DJ-sets and live performances from some the greatest electronic artists around.
With more than 15.000 visitors in 2020, Fuse will now host up to 500 people per day. "The public's expectations were high," explains co-promoter Andy Walravens, "expect a wide range of renowned artists in this fiery drinking spot in the heart of Brussels".
Every weekend, the lineup of the following week will be announced. Confirmed names for the first round include:
So what’s new this year? This time there will not be any timeslots: one ticket allows you to stay as long as you please. Reservations are mandatory; you can reserve tables for two, four, six or eight people. Just like the previous edition, compliance with all security and social distancing measures will be duly applied. Other than excellent music, visitor will have a wider choice of food and drink options.