Fuse and Kompass nightclubs to organise mega rave party in Brussels concert hall
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    Fuse and Kompass nightclubs to organise mega rave party in Brussels concert hall

    Two renowned Belgian techno venues will join forces to organise a "mega rave" in the autumn. Credit: Pixabay

    Two major party venues in Belgium will join forces in the autumn to treat techno fans to a new “mega rave” party organised in Brussels’ Palais 12 concert hall.

    Fuse club in Brussels and Ghent’s renowned Kompass nightclub announced their new Rave Rebels event with a teaser video on Facebook, asking fans to stay tuned.

    Despite the lack of details unveiled so far, the event’s page already has hundreds of followers on Facebook.

    Fans of techno regularly flock to Fuse, a self-described “techno institution” in Brussels since 1994, while Kompass club was recently crowned best night venue in Belgium by energy drink Red Bull.

    Earlier this year, Fuse’s 25th anniversary in Palais 12 saw attendants dance and party through the 14-hour-long feast, meaning fans can expect the mega rave to live up to the hype.

    Set to take place on October 12, fans are invited to follow the developments on social media.

    The Brussels Times