The club, shuttered since having its license revoked in early Sept., will have its day.
An appeal hearing to decide the fate of London nightclub Fabric has been scheduled for Nov. 28 at Highbury Magistrates Court, the club's owners have announced.
The long-running, hugely popular British club was forced to lock its doors on Sept. 7 after the Islington Borough Council revoked its license following the drug-related deaths of two 18-year-olds earlier this year. The Council's decision sent shock waves through the dance music community worldwide, with Skrillex, Disclosure, Pete Tong, Fatboy Slim and the Chemical Brothers among the DJs and artists who publicly condemned the decision.
A number of leading British dance promoters, including The Warehouse Project, Circus, Chibuku, Team Love, Motion, The Blast, Sub Club, Resident Advisor and Eastern Electrics, have also joined forces to stage three London club nights, with all profits going towards Fabric's legal battle.