fabric is launching a brand new two-day festival called EXODUS, set to take place for the first time next summer.
Taking place from July 8 to 9 next year, EXODUS is taking place in a location just outside of London, marking a first excursion beyond its Farringdon walls for the London clubbing institution.
“After nearly a quarter of a century celebrating and enjoying nightlife in our London home, we’re taking fabric outside of the EC1 basement with a new outdoor summer gathering which mirrors our ethos and the music we love,” says fabric’s co-founder Cameron Leslie.
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“The festival is curated by the team behind the club and brings together artists from the past, present, and future of dance music culture into one collective experience. The amazing journey we’ve been on with our venue continues, but now feels like a good time to do something different.”
Curated by the team behind the seminal London club – which was first established in 1999 – EXODUS will feature a line-up representing fabric’s 20+ years on the dance music map.
“We appreciate there are so many wonderful festivals out there – we have huge respect for our friends, colleagues and those who work hard to allow people to have amazing experiences and such a good time,” Leslie explains.
“But as a team we feel we can add something that complements such an amazing scene and with our own twist. We really hope everyone can enjoy what we are planning.”
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Written by: Tim Hopkins