London club fabric has finalised the line-up for its 39-hour party this month.
Running from the 22nd - 25th October, fabric will celebrate its 22nd birthday across one marathon weekender, with three parties curated by Crossbreed, Love Child and new fabric party Sylvester, recently launched in collaboration with legendary queer party Adonis.
Marking the club's first birthday in the newly renovated club interior, Benji B, Jossy Mitsu, Pete Cannon and Josey Rebelle will join Friday's line-up, alongside re:ni, Stenny, Local Group, Eliza Rose, Hutch who will go B2B with Tasker, and Blackeye MC, who'll join previously announced Mantra.
Elsewhere, from Saturday through Monday, Terry Francis, Kiwi, Cormac and Oscar Mulero will perform in the Farringdon club, joined by Kiwi, Wes Baggaley, Grace Sands, Georgia Girl and Harry McCanna.
You can get tickets for fabric's 22nd birthday weekender here.
Earlier this year, fabric introduced a "strict" no-photo and no-video policy. Announcing the news via social media, a post shared by the club said: "fabric is London's home for underground music, always aiming to create a feeling of self-expression on the dance-floor. We are introducing a strict no photo, and no video policy at the club. Stay in the moment and put away your phone, enjoy the night."
Josey Rebelle was DJ Mag UK's January 2020 cover star. The North London DJ's career has been a real slow burn, building a loyal UK fanbase through her Rinse FM radio show and small club residencies. But in recent years the international spotlight has shone brightly on her — and her BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix was voted the best of 2019 by listeners. DJ Mag met with Josey in Hackney to talk jungle, overcoming personal loss, and her devotion to her craft.
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