Dance Track De Toverfluit in Halle-Zoersel immediately celebrates the reopening of the dance on Saturday 2 October with a performance by Katastroof. “Only one customer canceled because Zjuul Krapuul is no longer with us,” says Eddie van den Riek of De Toverfluit.
Eddie van den Rik of De Toverflute is endlessly relieved that you can dance again on Saturday. Our doors have been closed for eighteen months. I played the accordion and opened a fruit stand to get things in order financially, but these have been very difficult times,” says Eddy.
So on Saturday there will be dancing again, and knowing the clients of De Toverflute aan de Kapellei, the dance floor will be immediately full. The reopening immediately begins with a special performance by Antwerp cult group Katastroof, the first time without Stef Bef and Zjuul Krapuul, but with Jos Smos. “And also with the son of Jose Smos,” Eddy says.
Ticket sales are going well. “Only one customer canceled because the crabul zagul is no longer with us,” says Eddy. Doors open at 7pm and catatrophe starts at 9pm.
As long as possible, there are also tickets at the entrance. Eddie wants to protect his regular customers. “I will be ordering a Covid Safe ticket from people I don’t really know. But from my clients, most of whom are over 50, I know that over 90% have been vaccinated.”
The only thing Van den Rijk fears is that people from Brussels will get off because everything is going to get tougher there from this weekend. “Although I think they probably do not belong to the regular followers of the disaster.”
Reservations can be made for Katastroof via 0474-64.29.26 (€13)