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Fabric outlines changes for Friday night showcases

"Friday nights are changing in Farringdon next year"

  • Harrison Williams
  • 9 December 2016

With fabric set to open in January 2017, the venue has outlined specific changes to be implemented in order to help shape its vision moving forward.

Aside from the operational changes previously outlined as a condition to earn back its license, fabric will also be amending the schedule of curated performances, specifically with regards to Friday nights.

Via a blog post on fabric’s website, organizers outlined what patrons can expect from the upcoming lineups: “In 2017 we’ve invited key figures from our family to host specially curated take overs - artists who we trust to deliver storied sets on every visit, some of the most important labels in electronic music and promotional partners whose work we admire will be taking over the reins on selected Friday nights.”

While the announcement of specially curated events is excited, many will be wondering about fabric’s popular FABRICLIVE events, but the crew urges fans there will be no changes to these specific showcases: “Line ups on these nights will still be underpinned by the same crew of creators and innovators in drum ‘n’ bass, grime, jungle, bassline, garage, dubstep and all the many facets of electronic music the banner is known for. The sounds that have always been at the core of Fridays will continue to shine in carefully curated line ups, condensed, strengthened and 100% FABRICLIVE.”

Look for more news on upcoming events at fabric to arrive soon. We’ll see you inside on January 6.

Read fabric’s full blog post here.

Harrison is Mixmag's East Coast Editor. Follow him on Twitter here

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