​fabric celebrates 25th anniversary with club night world tour

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London’s fabric is set to head out on a world tour next month, in celebration of its 25th anniversary.

The club will take its iconic production around the world alongside a slew of residents and regular DJs, including Ricardo Villalobos, Craig Richards, and Margaret Dygas, starting this February.

fabric25 kicks off on February 17 at the Guesthouse in Budapest, before heading across Europe, the United States, and Latin America, stopping at a handful of festivals along the way.

The first phase has now been announced. fabric will travel from Quito to Lima and Santiago in March before making its way back to the UK for a one-off show at Glasgow’s Sub Club.

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From there, fabric will then head to Miami, Brussels, Lisbon, Berlin, Bogotá, and Barcelona, with several stops at London festivals including Project6, Junction 2, and AVA Conference.

“Get set for a year-long celebration as we bring the essence of fabric to some of the most iconic venues and festivals across the globe,” fabric announced yesterday.

“Join us across the UK, Europe, Latin America & the US with the artists who have left a mark on our history and continue to shape our future.”

Artists including Daniel Avery, Daria Kolosova, dBridge, Francesco Del Garda, Harry McCanna, IMOGEN, Marcel Dettmann, Mariiin, Raresh, Rhadoo, and Seth Troxler will also be joining the world tour, with more still to be announced.

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Last summer, fabric announced the release of a “one-of-a-kind book project documenting the venue’s history from its beginnings to the present day” in celebration of its 25th anniversary.

The club encouraged members of the public to get involved with the book’s creation by revealing memorable moments and impactful stories from fabric over the past quarter of a century.

Find out more about fabric’s world tour, fabric25, here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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