If you are only now emerging from under a rock and haven't heard the news: London nightclub Fabric reopened this weekend after six months of turmoil, tribulations, and a very quiet dancefloor.

The blockbuster weekend featured two very different kinds of parties for two very different scenes, both of whom call the storied nightclub home. On Friday, club legends Terry Francis and Craig Richards brought along the likes of Seth Troxler, featuring a surprise appearance from Daniel Avery. 

On Saturday, it was all about bass music and, in particular, drum and bass, as everyone from Chase and Status to Ed Rush, Nu:Tone, Sam Bringa, and Jakes took the decks.

It was, as you can imagine, chaos, but surely a more orderly chaos as far as the Islington council is concerned.... Check the best sights and sounds from the whole weekend at Fabric's much-awaited reopening celebration...

 

 

 

 

Scenes from inside #fabricreopening #fabric

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Guess who's back?! 🔈🔉🔊 #fabriclondon #savefabric

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5am #fabriclondon #fabric #housemusic #sethtroxler #london #nightlife

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SATURDAY

 

Great to be back at @fabriclondonofficial Friday night #wesavedfabric #fabriclondon #drumandbass

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Needs no words #fabriclondon #savefabric #saved #music #dancefloor #newera #djs #weekend #bignight @fabriclondonofficial

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Fabric Reopening Night #fabriclondon #chaseandstatus

 

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