Fabric turns to fans to help cover appeal costs
Despite the boundless support fans and artists alike have shown to Fabric, the famed London nightclub is seeking help once more as it attempts to raise enough money to appeal Islington Council’s decision to permanently shut its doors.
The dance music mecca – arguably one of the most important fixtures in modern-day electronic music – was forced to close earlier this month due to two drug-related deaths. Eliciting countless responses from the dance music community, most have taken a stance against Islington Council’s ruling to revoke the club’s license. On the day of the hearing, Fabric’s co-founder and Director, Cameron Leslie, offered up his emotionally-driven side of the story as to how and why Fabric was created: to provide a safe and enriching space for a burgeoning culture.
Once more, Fabric is asking fans for their help. With plans to appeal the court’s decision and save a culture, the club is unable to take action without monetary backing.
Have your voice heard, and donate to Fabric’s cause here.
Via: Fact Mag