Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz, Ben Klock and more will play the Great Suffolk Street events, organized by every big name in UK club culture.
Having teased us all on social media over the last few days, the crew at fabric have finally dropped some pretty big, pretty exciting news. Between now and the end of 2016, they'll be throwing a series of parties at the Great Suffolk Street venue in London. And they've got pretty much every huge name in UK club promotion to help them. The Warehouse Project, Circus, Chibuku, Team Love, Motion, The Blast, Sub Club, Eastern Electrics and Resident Advisor have all come together to launch the incredible looking parties.
Taking place on October 15th, and the 3rd and 10th of December, the Save Our Culture events feature some seriously big hitters all playing for a very, very good cause. With the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Nina Kraviz, and Ben Klock already announced—with more acts on the way—you'll probably already have picked up tickets for the shows by now.
Fabric themselves had this to say about the parties:
"In light of the recent fabric closure, a move which could change London's cultural landscape forever, a selection of promoters from around the UK have joined forces for a one-off run of winter dates in support of fabric's #saveourculture campaign.
The #saveourculture series will kick off at Great Suffolk Street on 15th October, taking place on the same date and inheriting the lineup which would have been fabric's 17th birthday.
Tickets for all shows are on sale via RA on Friday 30th September at 9am, with all profits going to #saveourculture.
The show must go on."
The club have also set up a new website for the whole shebang, so we recommend keeping an eye on that to see what they've got up their sleeve.
Head here for more information on Save Our Culture.