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Belgian club Café Capital reopens nine years after devastating fire

The opening party is this weekend...

Belgian nightclub Café Capital has reopened as Grand Café Capital, after being destroyed in a fire in 2010.

Located in the city's Stadspark, Grand Café Capital boasts a restaurant, terrace and a low-capacity club area downstairs.

The first party this weekend is hosted by local collective Café au Lait, with three parties to follow every weekend in June.

Before the closure of the club, Café Capital hosted the likes of Francois K, Robert Hood and Four Tet, who announced plans for an album in May this year.

In April, Ghent's Kompass Klub reopened following the threat of a four month closure from the city Mayor.