World-famous London electronic music club Fabric will host Sylvester, a new queer-oriented dance party by Adonis.
As part of the U.K.’s Pride Weekend celebration, the LGBTQ+-friendly event begins on Sunday, September 12th, running from 7:00 AM-3:00 PM. Regular residents are set to include Wes Baggaley and Grace Sands.
Founded in 2017 at The Cause, Adonis grew to be London’s premier queer dance party. Known for its spontaneous spirit and raucous environment, the party hosts inclusive, off-grid events featuring prominent underground, queer DJs and producers.
The only confirmed act for the Pride Weekend show is Cormac. Besides that, Sylvester will operate with a no-lineup/order policy. In other words, in keeping with Adonis’ impromptu, exciting feel, dancers won’t know who is performing until they reach the stage.
After the September 12th edition, the show will run every Sunday beginning from October 3rd, 2021 and on. It is the first in a series of parties Fabric intends to run as London clubs slowly reopen thanks to easing COVID-19 restrictions.
Clubbers will find the party in Fabric’s newly remodeled Rooms 2 and 3. Each room focuses on different genres, with Room 2 focused on techno and Room 3 focused on house, Italo, and disco.
Attendees must be 19 years of age or older and present a negative COVID-19 test from within 48 hours prior.