- Danny Brown, Wiley and Benji B will all play the November 11th FabricLive event.
The Warehouse Project will hold a fundraising party for fabric on November 11th, with at least £4.50 from each ticket sale going towards the London club's fight to reopen.
It'll be a one-off edition of FabricLive, the long-running series that took place at fabric on Friday nights. Wiley, Benji B, Clams Casino, Oneman, DJ Hype, Wookie, Amy Becker, D-Bridge and Danny Brown will all perform at the event, which is being held at Store Street. "We're thrilled to have The Warehouse Project supporting us in our fight," says fabric. "This an issue that directly affects every music venue in the UK, so it's great to join forces together. Our friends up north will be hosting FabricLive as a one-off event in November in support of the #saveourculture campaign."
fabric is currently closed after Islington Council revoked its license following the deaths of two 18-year-olds due to drug overdoses. A fundraising campaign is now underway to raise money for the club to appeal the decision in court.
Tickets are available here on RA.
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