Djrum, Anz and UNIIQU3 to play first edition of fabric’s Exodus Festival


The two day party lands at Kelvedon Hall on 8 and 9 July.

fabric has added more names to the line-up for the first edition of its Exodus outdoor party. Joining the bill there’s former Crack Magazine cover star Anz, DJ Assault, Djrum, Chaos In The CBD and UNIIQU3. The second wave of artists announced also includes a live set from A Guy Called Gerald, Shy One and fabric Originals artist Elli Acula.

These new additions to the programme join previously confirmed artists such as Chloé Robinson, Ross From Friends, Seth Troxler, Fatima Yamaha and Peach. Elsewhere, Dr Banana has been announced to join fabric resident Anna Wall for a back-to-back set.

The festival aims to showcase the diverse programming that the London venue has delivered for almost 25 years and will platform these artists across five intimate woodland stages.

Speaking about the upcoming party, Cameron Leslie, 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. The amazing journey we’ve been on with our venue continues, but now feels like a good time to do something different”.

Tickets are on sale now with three-part instalment payment plans also available.

Listen to a conversation between UNIIQU3 and journalist Tara Joshi below.