fabric and Adonis launch new queer day party, Sylvester
The first edition will be held this weekend as part of London Pride
London’s fabric nightclub is joining forces with Adonis, a queer party made up of underground talent, to host weekly Sunday parties.
Sylvester is the name of the new all-dayer which will be held every Sunday from morning into the afternoon at the famous Farringdon nighttime locale.
Launching this weekend on Sunday, September 12, in honour of London Pride Weekend, the day party promises a chaotic and spontaneous schedule of music in no particular order.
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“My first experience of queer clubbing in London was at fabric when they used to host DTPM every Sunday night,” said Adonis founder Shay Malt. “I feel really honoured to be teaming up with them to create Sylvester almost 20 years later.”
The first edition will hone in on their new ethos, taking the regular party model to the next level. With no line-up and no schedule, Sylvester is set for some outrageous spontaneity and impromptu fun like you’d expect at the usual Adonis events.
“There will be nothing else like it, whether you are just leaving a party or waking up and want to dance, knowing you can come to fabric at 7:AM on a Sunday morning and fully immerse yourself in Sylvester will really change partying in London,” Malt added.
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The events will run weekly from October 3 from 7:AM until 3:PM each Sunday, with regular residents including Wes Baggaley and Grace Sands.
Sylvester will be the first run in a string of regular, longer running events at fabric. Hosted in both room 3 and the newly renovated room 2, the day party will bring a mixture of techno, house, Italo, and disco to both spaces.
Tickets for the first event are £15. Grab yours and experience the first weekend of Sylvester here.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter