Details of Fabric New Year’s Eve party announced

Millions of people from around the world will be living it up in London on December 31st, with many of these lining the streets of the city centre to enjoy the famous fireworks at the London Eye while others head into the capital's many excellent bars and nightclubs.

London is in fact famous the world over for its incredible range of venues, providing music to suit all tastes and an atmosphere that simply can't be beat in any other city on the planet.

Indeed, many of the nightclubs in the capital are seen as pioneers of certain genres of music, and attract huge numbers of visitors from all corners of the globe each year, who head to these legendary venues as something of a musical pilgrimage.

Among the clubs to hold this type of status is Fabric, which is generally considered to be among the top dance clubs in the world and is a major landmark within the sphere of drum and bass, as well as certain other genres.

Located by Smithfield Market – one of the oldest meat markets in Europe – and easily accessible from Farringdon tube station, Fabric is also among the biggest clubs in London, and regularly fills up with thousands of revellers on Friday and Saturday evenings.

It will therefore come as little surprise to hear that the venue is lining up a pretty spectacular evening on New Year's Eve, with details of the DJs set to play having now been announced.

Among those spinning the tunes will be resident music director Craig Richards, while fellow producer Dyed Soundorom will also be entertaining the crowd after making the journey to London from his native Paris.

Plenty more big names are on the bill as well, with the likes of legendary DJ Terry Francis playing Room Two, while the Martinez Brothers – who have gone on to become one of house music's top acts since starting out over a decade ago – will be joining the party too.

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