fabric adds Chaos In The CBD, ANZ, Elli Acula, Shy One and more to EXODUS Festival

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fabric has announced the second wave of acts for its inaugural EXODUS Festival edition.

Taking place over two days on July 8 and July 9, added to the bill are Chaos In The CBD (who will be curating the next ‘fabric presents’ mix CD), Elli Acula, ANZ, Djrum, Artwork, Danilo Plessow (MCDE), Shy One, Traumer, DJ Assault, UNIIQU3, DJ Holographic and Georgia.

Dr Banana will play alongside the already announced fabric resident Anna Wall in a B2B set, with Truly Madly also being added to play B2B with fabric resident and NorthSouth Records co-founderHarry McCanna.

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Live sets will also come from from A Guy Called Gerald and Cobblestone Jazz.

They join the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Peach, Francesco Del Garda, Seth Troxler, Chloé Robinson, Josh Caffe and Ash Lauryn on the line-up, who have already been announced, with more names yet to come.

EXODUS is the London institution’s first ever festival outside of its hallowed Farringdon walls. It will take place at Kelvedon Hall, a 45-minute train ride from London’s Liverpool Street station that has never been used before as the site of a festival, with five “intimate stages” set within the woodlands.

Cameron Leslie, the co-founder of fabric said: “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.

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“The amazing journey we’ve been on with our venue continues, but now feels like a good time to do something different,” he continued.

For more information, the full line-up and tickets, visit the official website for EXODUS Festival.

Isaac Muk is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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