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2009 has seen major birthday celebrations for many of London’s biggest superclubs. Ministry of Sound celebrated its 18th birthday, matter celebrated its 1st birthday and now Fabric gets set to celebrate its 10th birthday. Ten years ago Fabric opened its doors for the first time, bringing art and music together. Now, a decade on, it’s managed to survive where many other clubs have fallen and is still regularly packed to capacity. They celebrate a decade in the business with the Fabric 10th birthday weekend.Thursday Drum and BassFabric has been long associated with heavy bass beats, so to kick off the Fabric 10th birthday weekend they’ll be celebrating with two of their most central fixtures - DJ Hype (whose monthly Playaz night is one of the most popular events the club offers) and Andy C (a regular Friday night fixture). These headline acts will be joined by Caspa, whose Dub Police night has become one of the most ground breaking additions to Fabric this year.The Line-UpRoom OneAndy CDJ HypeRoom TwoDub PoliceCaspaSkreamBengaThis event runs from 9pm-3am on Thursday 15th October. Entry is £10 per person.Friday FabricliveFriday night sees the Fabric 10th birthday weekend step up a gear with three rooms of Fabriclive, offering everything from rock-electro and hip hop classics to hyper house beats. The line-up will cover a showcase of names that have graced the decks of Fabriclive over the last decade, such as the Scratch Perverts, Craze, Klever, Zinc and Filthy Dukes. A real Fabriclive Hall of Fame.The Line-UpRoom OneSimian Mobile DiscoFilthy Dukes (DJ Set)The Subs (LIVE)ShinichiRoom TwoDJ CrazeScratch PervertsDJ ZincKleverJoe RansomThis event runs from 10pm-7am on Friday 16th October. Entry is £15 per person.Saturday and Sunday Non-Stop PartyNow this is the big one. The Fabric 10th birthday weekend culminates in a clubbing event where sleep plays no part. Open from 11pm on Saturday night, they won’t be closing their doors until Monday morning. That’s a whole weekend of non-stop clubbing. The rave won’t cease at any point, it will just run and run until you can’t take the beat. Some artists will play one set and others will play multiple sets in different rooms across the epic two-day bender. It will be a real family affair with DJs who have helped shape Fabric over the last decade. :blink: :blink: :blink: The Line-UpCraig RichardsTerry FrancisAndrew WeatherallRicardo VillalobosSteve BugMichael MayerIvan SmaggheMathew Jonson (LIVE)Daniel Bell (DBX) (LIVE)Konrad BlackSwayzak (LIVE)Kenny Larkin (LIVE)Hipp-EHaloFred EverythingRub N TugDoc MartinDaniel WangThe Fabric 10th Birthday Weekend runs from 15th October-18th October 2009. Tickets cost £10-£15 per person.http://www.ticketweb.co.uk/user?query=sear...p;search=fabric
MIGHT PASS THROUGH THAT TING ON THURS BUT THE WEEKEND WILL BE f*ckED UP MUSIC.
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LMFAOI just imagined guys all strewn all over the gaff konked out with drinks all over the place and people skanking on top of them.

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wtf that doesnt even sound appealing unless your on some heavy drugs

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f*ck off monday thats super f*cked

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That will be a mess. lol at them getting closed down straight after there 10th birthday

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i wanna pass thru thursday but i got a f*ckin 9am the next morning, im tempted to go for a few hours and head home early.

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would defo reach that if i listened to any of those peeps properly

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Gonna touch

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would defo reach that if i listened to any of those peeps properly
ye the concept is orite, would be funny to go down during the day and rave it up, if i was into any of them dj's.
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line up is swag rudeboy

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You'll find be in a corner in room 2 on thursday night

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would defo reach that if i listened to any of those peeps properly
lolWould def reach if it was music i liked
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Couple liver failures, Heart attacks. LOL serving drunk f*cks at 11am...police will shut that sh*t down

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they must have a 24hr alcohol license obviously.they need to apply this concept with better music. you could turn up in the morning to catch the daytime leg of the rave if u couldnt make the night, or u could start out early evening sunday night and make a realy long paced night. would be an interesting experiment...u would definately need some f*ckin mdma or bare pills to keep interested after normal hours tho.

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Thinking about it, this could be perfect for a couple rapings, im deyah too.

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FABRIC IS SO sh*t I CANNOT STRESS... ALLOW NOT PLAYING HIP-HOP/R&B AND FUNKY HOUSE/SOULFUL HOUSE...SWAG

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FABRIC IS SO sh*t I CANNOT STRESS... ALLOW NOT PLAYING HIP-HOP/R&B AND FUNKY HOUSE/SOULFUL HOUSE...SWAG
LOL WHAT CAUSE THEY DON'T PLAY THE MUSIC YOU'RE INTO???LMFAO @ RNB.SKEEEEEEEEEEEEN.
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r&b at a rave:|behave

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lol bun (actual) r&b at a rave. would get bored of hip hop aswell but at least u could move to some hip hop tunes.dance music genres at clubs/events>>>>>>>>

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FABRIC IS SO sh*t I CANNOT STRESS... ALLOW NOT PLAYING HIP-HOP/R&B AND FUNKY HOUSE/SOULFUL HOUSE...SWAG
LOLHave a day off. Oceana is you son.
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