fabric Announces 20-year Anniversary Plans
The London institution will celebrate 20 years with 20 parties and has announced two new residents and a new quarterly mix series.
fabric has announced plans for its 20-year anniversary, as well as two new residents and a quarterly mix series.
Earlier this week, it was reported that fabric had boarded up the club and wiped all social presence, hinting at an announcement or update of sorts, which arrived today with the phase one announcement of its year-long 20-year anniversary plans. fabric XX will kick off on January 27 with Lee Burridge’s All Day I Dream, followed by a four-hour set by Bonobo on February 24, and an all-night set from Tale Of Us on March 24. In April, Fuse, John Digweed, and The Martinez Brothers will all host extended parties.
The club also announced two new residents in Anna Wall and Bobby Pleasure, who join long-time residents Craig Richards and Terry Francis.
fabric also released news of fabric presents, a quarterly mix series that will replace the much-loved fabric and Fabriclive compilation series. Bonobo has been enlisted to handle the first mix, with more details released soon.
You can find more info on the plans here.