Six parties have been planned by the Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) as part of a new campaign, Nightlife Matters.
The first one is at fabric on May 21 with Seth Troxler, Craig Richards, Function, DeWalta & Shannon and more, followed by a Kölsch gig at Sub Club in Glasgow on May 22.
Hidden in Manchester and Lakota in Bristol are also involved in the initiative - which also includes talks and exhibitions - that Alan Miller of the NTIA says will give "the silent majority the chance to have our voices heard."
With clubs in the UK increasingly being threatened, Nightlife Matters describes itself as a "grassroots nationwide movement supported by record labels, agencies, promoters and the public."
It also states it's "building a collective of people who are concerned for nightlife", with Carl Cox, Bicep, Jackmaster and Roni Size said to be among those in support.
Earlier this month, a new legislation came into place meaning venues had stronger protection regarding noise complaints from newly-built, nearby residencies.
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