1992 - nowLa Demence stands nowadays at the top of European gay parties. On special party weekends, La Demence fills Palais 12 with more than 8000 people.
1994 - nowThe Fuse is considered one of the finest techno clubs in the world. Its roots can be traced back to Peter Decuypere's Club 55 in the West-Flemish village of Kuurne where Thierry Coppens organized his first gay parties. Searching for new party locations, he found a beautiful disco in a former cinema building in the Brussels neighborhood Marollen. The concept was simple: a bare space without many decorations or furnishings where music was the central element. In the first couple of months, the club was empty. But on the very evening that the duo decided they had to close the doors, it started to get crowded and the new sound caught on. The rest is history.
1966 - nowLocated in the ''Boulevard du souverrain'', this nightclub was created in 1966 by Jean-Paul Wittermans, a pioneer of the Brussels night-life.
1994 - nowChez Maman is one of the most famous gay bars in Brussels. Club owner Serge Morel started in the early 1990s with his popular drag queen performance under the name Maman then started its own place. Together with her colleagues, every Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Maman performs spectacular drag shows and music performances.
1991 - nowJeux d'Hiver opened in the former 19th century chalet of the nightingales in the La Cambre forest. The trendy club is a favorite of the upper crust of Brussels society.