Fuse will play techno music through speakers of Brussels metro stations
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    Fuse will play techno music through speakers of Brussels metro stations

    © Fuse
    © Fuse

    Fuse, the Brussels dance club, will celebrate its 25th birthday by playing techno music from early in the morning until midnight in all Brussels metro stations on 27 April.

    The club is celebrating its birthday with a 14-hour rave in event hall Palais 12. In the run-up to the party, the club will also play a specially created playlist in the STIB stations.

    From 10 o’clock in the morning, a playlist featuring 12 Fusion Classics will play through the speakers of all 69 STIB metro stations. The long list was drawn up by regular Fuse goers and the club itself picked a top 12 to play.

    “Together with STIB we actually will organize the largest underground rave in the world,” said Nick Wessaert from Fuse. “The songs are true classics, that way it will remain fun for commuters who never set foot in the Fuse as well,” he added.

    The Fuse playlist will be on repeat in the metro stations until midnight. After that, the music stops. “We expect that everyone will gradually descend towards Palais 12, which makes our list the ideal shuttle music for our partygoers,” said Wessaert.

    Maïthé Chini
    The Brussels Times