PublishedTue, 2 Apr 2019, 09:28
- The venue will specialize in house music and "micro-clubbing."
Brussels is getting a new hybrid club and art space, La Cabane.
The 400-capacity venue, which has been built from scratch, offers three different areas: a bar, a club floor and an outdoor terrance. The soundsystem comes from Genelec, and a custom lighting rig has been designed by AC3 Studio.
La Cabane's music policy is focused on house music and its history. Some of the first bookings include Byron The Aquarius, DJ Fett Burger, Jus-Ed and Mafalda.
The venue's team says "micro-clubbing," which they describe as a "focus on quality over quantity," will play a big part in their programming. "Small clubs in general—and La Cabane in particular," they write, "create a unique atmosphere where you actually can feel at home." This will likely make La Cabane stand out in contrast to Belgium's many large clubs. (The term "micro-clubbing" also made headlines in the early 2010s as a partying format that caters to commuters by starting early and ending before the last train home.)
La Cabane's official opening date and program will be announced soon.
Preview the club's upcoming lineups.