Rave Rebels Returns With a New Edition of


The most immersive rave experience ever!

Those who witnessed the unforgettable first edition were only given a hint of what Rave Rebels stands for. On Saturday 11 April 2020, the newborn baby of Kompass Klub will return to Palais 12, which for the 14-hour extravaganza will come to you with an unparalleled level of production and a grade-a line up to boot.

With Rave Rebels, the term ‘rave’ takes on a new meaning: don’t call it an illegal party in a remote setting under a bridge any longer, but think of a collective high-mass of electronic music, celebrated by an army of like-minded rebels to escape reality and embrace the night in all its glory.

For the next edition on Saturday 11 April, none other than Boris Brejcha, Filth On Acid inspirer Reinier Zonneveld and Sven Väth were already announced. But there’s more: some of the most renowned names in the scene such as Enrico Sangiuliano, Afterlife head honcho’s Tale Of Us, Kevin De Vries and Mathew Jonson will also make their way to Brussels in April. Of course, there is also room for homegrown talent: Maxim Lany and Nico Morano will play back 2 back for the first time ever and kick off this already very promising new edition of Rave Rebels.

In addition to an incredibly powerful line up, Rave Rebels also stands for a breathtaking sound, light and visual experience. The 14-hour spectacle will be embellished with an impressive production you have never ever witnessed before. The combination of the line up, the astonishing production ànd the energy of thousands of enthusiastic ravers all together, has proven that Rave Rebels is by far the most unique rave experience in Belgium to date.

More than 10.000 ravers from far and wide are heading over to the Belgian capital for the extended rave. In addition to the entire region of Europe, tickets have been sold in more than 25 countries such as Japan, Russia, The United States and even New Zealand. Safe to say that Rave Rebels is about uniting people from all over the world!

The celebrations will once again take place at Palais 12 in Brussels — the vibrant capital of Europe — which was an obvious choice for the organization: «We chose Brussels because it is a fruitful area for the development of new parties and concepts. The Brussels based ravers are very familiar with electronic music and keen on partying. The central location of the European capital also allows us to attract an international audience and made it possible for us to already host the second chapter of this monumental event in this beautiful city.»

To say that the performing artists are looking forward to their show in Belgium is an understatement. The tiny country with a glorious history of rave, holds a special place in Kevin De Vries’ heart: «Playing in Belgium is always very special to me. Since my first shows a few years back, it felt already like if I had a special and mostly personal connection with the crowds. It’s a different energy then elsewhere in the world and I made many Belgian friends over the years. Rave Rebels raised the bar high in any kind of way — it’s truly mindblowing to see this huge venue combined with such a production. I am really excited to be part of this and can’t wait to be back in Brussels!»

The Germany based Sven Väth is also eager to make his way back to Belgium: «It’s been a while since my last gig in Brussels, but I am very much aware of the current strong “techno movement” in the country. Therefore I am really looking forward to play in Brussels again!»

Needless to say that Belgium is a universally well-liked playground for deejays all over the world, as stated by the Italian Enrico Sangiuliano: «I really like to play in Belgium. It always feels wonderful to be surrounded by people who have techno culture flowing their blood.


Date: Saturday 11 April 2020 // 20h00 – 10h00

Venue: Palais 12, Avenue de Miramar, 1020 Brussels

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