Section Boyz, Clams Casino and Benji B are also on the bill at the Manchester event on November 11.

The Warehouse Project have announced that proceeds from their November 11 event with Danny Brown and Wiley will go towards Fabric’s fight against their recent closure.

Section Boyz, Clams Casino, Benji B, Oneman, Preditah and DJ Hype make up the rest of the bill at the event in aid of the #savefabric drive, which has already surpassed £128,000 in donations from well-wishers. The show was originally billed as an APE Birthday celebration, but has been rebranded following Islington Council’s decision to revoke Fabric’s license.

“We’re thrilled to have The Warehouse Project supporting us in our fight,” said Fabric in a statement. “This an issue that directly affects every music venue in the UK, so it’s great to join forces together. Our friends up North will be hosting FABRICLIVE as a one-off event in November in support of the #saveourculture campaign.”

Check out the poster for the event below, and head here for tickets and to check out the full listings for Warehouse Project 2016.




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