KNTXT: a straightforward concept: national and international acts delivering top-quality techno experiences. The concept was born, care of Charlotte de Witte, in Europe's top techno club – Fuse, of course – and blew out of proportion in no time at all. Following editions in Brussels, Ghent and Antwerp, and soon on its own stage at Tomorrowland for the first time, KNTXT now brings you today's finest techno beats at the Sportpaleis. This news was announced to much enthusiasm last week, and all early bird tickets were snapped up immediately. However, the standard tickets are available now!
As the driving force behind KNTXT, Charlotte de Witte will of course be in attendance at this, the largest edition ever. Today, a second big name has been added to the bill. None other than Len Faki has joined the line-up. The German DJ, producer and label owner is without doubt one of the best and most in-demand techno artists of the moment. His unique sound evolves continually without ever losing its characteristic, exceptionally vibrant energy. He is a gentleman behind the turntables; a performer who builds his sets around raw passion and beauty; an artist who knows exactly how to anticipate his audience's desires and in doing so, ignites the dance floor time after time. More names for KNTXT will be announced soon.
KNTXT takes place on Saturday 3 November in the Sportpaleis. Tickets are on sale now.




Techno is hot and don't we just know it. Clubs and festivals have a whole new generation of artists in the wings, waiting to supply the hippest and deepest beats. At the heart of that revival, in Fuse - Europe's ultimate techno venue - KNTXT came about, a concept which has to be experienced if it is to be truly understood. The justification is straightforward enough: deliver the best techno experience ever, with national and international acts. Charlotte de Witte, the woman behind the concept, Chris Liebing, Dave Clarke and Sam Paganini, are just a few of the names on the impressive list of previous artists. It's all about the music and the experience. It's raw, it's underground. It's industrial and it's simple.
KNTXT has attracted heaps of praise from the likes of Mixmag, DJ Mag and Red Bull Elektropedia. Belgian technophiles can't get enough, and demand for tickets keeps on rising. KNTXT went national and, in March 2017, was held at a venue other than Fuse for the first time ever. After that the concept exploded. Besides Brussels, events are held in Ghent and Antwerp, and Charlotte de Witte hosts a weekly KNTXT radio show on Studio Brussel. Saturday 28 July will see the first ever KNTXT stage at Tomorrowland. Next stop the Sportpaleis!
KNTXT on Saturday 3 November at the Sportpaleis. The very best, very latest techno beats until the wee, small hours. Charlotte de Witte, the Godmother of Belgian techno, has already signed up. The talented DJ and producer has an impressive CV, with an Essential Mix debut on BBC Radio 1, a performance in the Boiler Room, the cover of DJ MAG and premium spots at the world's biggest festivals. And she played an incredible set at the Sónar Festival in Barcelona last week. More names for KNTXT will be announced shortly.

Event coproduced by Live Nation / Tomorrowland / Fuse

Ticket price: €43,07

Please note that there is an additional service cost of 2 euros per ticket for tickets bought at the box office.




20:00 opening doors
06.00 ending time

All timings are approximate and subject to changes without prior notice.