7 weeks, 14 Streams, 23 Artists including Kode9, Batu, Object Blue, DJRum, Fauzia, Shanti Celeste and more. Streaming every Sunday, Fabric takes club culture to some of London's most iconic arts and cultural institutions.
Fabric is delighted to announce a new live performance streaming series, London Unlocked, in partnership with Arts Council England. Launching 14 March, streaming every Sunday across seven weeks, this extraordinary series sees fabric unlock some of London’s most iconic cultural spaces and raise donations for the Music Venue Trust to support struggling Grassroots Music Venues around the country.
Events can be streamed via Fabric's YouTube channel.
Pairing the city’s most adored arts venues, galleries and historical landmarks with the UK’s most exciting artists, London Unlocked features scene stalwarts, club regulars and fast-rising newcomers including Kode9, Fabio and Grooverider, Djrum, Midland, Shanti Celeste, Saoirse and more. These artists will stream live in incredible cultural institutions including Royal Albert Hall, V&A Museum, English National Opera’s London Coliseum, Round Chapel and Tower Bridge as fabric pays homage to London’s exciting contemporary culture and the legendary, ever-evolving and diverse electronic music scene. Streams will be accompanied by a call out and easy, one-click link to encourage viewers to donate to the MVT.
Teaming up with streaming platforms Beatport, YouTube, Mixcloud and Pioneer DJ to make the project come to life, London Unlocked is a reminder electronic music is culture, with fabric bringing empty venues to life and celebrating London. As we look forward to emerging from the difficult times of the past year, fabric is honoured to have the unique opportunity to unlock these spaces for electronic music, with the support of Arts Council England, Mayor of London, The Culture Mile, London & Partners, Islington Council and the City of London.