Frequently asked questions
Fuse encourages visitors to dress in a way that matches their personality: come as you are. As such, Fuse does not maintain a clearly defined dress code. However, suits, dress shirts, or any kind of insulting apparel like explicitly discriminatory shirt prints can be denied access.
This ticket does not guarantee you entrance, as security has the right to not let you in.
Fuse is open most Friday and Saturday night from 11pm. However, always check our event listing page for exact opening and closing hours for specific events/days.
If you want to leave your shiny car in an underground parking, we can now offer you a special Fuse rate for the underground parking ‘Porte de Hal – Hallepoort’. At just €3 per night, it’s a bargain if you want your machine to stay warm, dry and safe. Distance: 500 meters walking distance from the club.
So you’ve lost something valuable in our club? Don’t worry, if the item in question was still around after the club closed, then we will make sure that you’ll get it back. Please email our lost and found department: firstname.lastname@example.org with lost item details, date, name of the event and other information you think might help us to trace your item.
Keep an eye on our online to check if an event is sold out. If not, tickets will be available at the door. The earlier you come the bigger the chances are of obtaining a ticket. Next to that, you can safely buy and sell tickets through Ticketswap, who is our official partner for reselling tickets.
The minimum age is 18.
Visitors of Fuse may be searched. Refusal to cooperate can result in the denial of access to the club.
Yes. The lockers cost €2. Bring a coin and skip the line.