fabric’s #SaveOurCulture campaign has announced the final line-up for the trio of events at London’s Great Suffolk Street venue, which take place on Saturday 15th October, Saturday 3rd December and Saturday 10th December. All profits from the parties will go towards fabric's fundraiser campaign.
Ricardo Villalobos, Jamie Jones, Seth Troxler, Craig Richards, Nina Kraviz, Alan Fitzpatrick, Ben Klock, Terry Francis and Rødhåd are all set to perform, as they show their solidarity with the #SaveOurCulture campaign.
Promoters involved with the events include The Warehouse Project, Circus, Chibuku, Team Love, Motion, The Blast, Sub Club, Eastern Electrics and Resident Advisor.
The #SaveOurCulture series will kick off at Great Suffolk Street on Saturday 15th October, taking place on the same date and inheriting the line-up that would have been fabric’s 17th birthday. Ricardo Villalobos and Seth Troxler will team up with resident Craig Richards in Arch 1; while Berlin's Ben Klock and Rødhåd will be joined by fabric resident Terry Francis in Arch 2.
Following that, Nina Kraviz touches down with Alan Fitzpatrick on December 3rd, while Jamie Jones plays alongside KiNK on December 10th.
fabric launched their #SaveOurCulture campaign earlier this month, in response to the licensing hearing with Islington Council that saw the venue shut down. They subsequently issued a transparency statement to show how funds would be used, as well as stating that they aim to change law and guidance on licensing in order to stop “injustice” happening to venues in the future.
#SAVEOURCULTURE SERIES SCHEDULE
Saturday 15th October: #SaveOurCulture 1
Arch 1: Craig Richards, Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler
Arch 2: Ben Klock, Rødhåd, Terry Francis
Saturday 3rd December: #SaveOurCulture 2
Arch 1: Nina Kraviz, Slam, Bjarki (live)
Arch 2: Alan Fitzpatrick, Barker and Baumecker (live), Ben Sims, Roberto
Saturday 10th December: #SaveOurCulture 3
Arch 1: Craig Richards, Jamie Jones, KiNK (live)
Arch 2: Luke Slater, Function, Peter Van Hoesen, Terry Francis
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