The interactive online club space will re-open its doors on Saturday with three hours of music and visuals.
Club Qu, the virtual club environment opened last year in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, will return this weekend on Saturday, May 8 at 21:00 CEST as part of the lineup for this year’s Rewire Festival, which is also adopting an online format for 2021. Fact will be hosting a livestream of the event on our website and YouTube channels, while Club Qu’s website will allow participants to enter the space and interact with others inside.
The three-hour event, curated by Club Qu and Rewire, will features DJ sets from Jordanian producer Bashar Suleiman, UK club alchemist BFTT, SVBKVLT artist Hyph11E, L.I.E.S. affiliate Tzusing, São Paulo-based Badsista and a live set from Mexico club artist Siete Catorce. Each set will take place in a virtual environment designed by CGI artist Clifford Sage and built by Unreal Engine developer Anastasiia Holumbovska.
Club Qu forms just a small part of Rewire’s 2021 programme, which kicks off today (May 7) at 14:00 CEST and runs until Sunday, May 9. It takes place inside Rewire’s virtual festival hub, where you can access two video stream channels, one radio channel, a number of special interactive projects, the timetable and the festival chat. Artists scheduled to appear over the next few days include Félicia Atkinson, Space Afrika, Aïsha Devi, KMRU and Dreamcrusher.