The Cause reveals final parties

North London venue The Cause is approaching its final curtain. Now surrounded by residential towers that are nearing completion, the event space is likely to face closure soon - but there are plenty of parties planned for the final push including Lobstertfest, Adonis, Tribes, Rumbellion Festival, Boiler Room Festival and Faith’s 21st birthday.

Co-founder of The Cause Stuart Glen said: “The writing really is on the wall for The Cause in its current format and we’re absolutely gutted to see the club winding down. Since opening in April 2018 with a half complete 400 capacity room only, we’ve continually developed the space, taking over neighbouring sites and grown into much more than we ever could imagine.

“Now finally, it really does feel like the odds are stacked against us with multi-story residential buildings rising up all around us and the challenges we undoubtedly will face by impending residents. Until those pressures hit though, we’re making the most of it and we recommend you do too… it’s too much of a special place not to.”

Queer clubbing night Adonis will run every first Saturday of the month until the doors shut, with Rumbellion Festival will be taking over the site on Sunday, September 19th with Congo Natty, Iration Steppas, Dub Pistols and King Tubby’s. From Wednesday, October 13th to Saturday, October 16th Boiler Room Festival will be hosted at The Cause.

JAWDANCE lands at The Cause on Friday, September 24th spanning hardcore, gabber and jungle. Saturday, October 23rd will witness Faith’s 21st birthday and Halloween will be marked on Saturday, October 30th with 2021: A Rave Odyssey (The Cause Halloween special).

Acts scheduled to play over the final months of The Cause include Ben UFO, Axel Boman b2b Kornel Kovacs b2b Pedrodollar, Randomer, Angel D’Lite, Mathew Jonson live, Move D, Paramida, DJ Masda, DMX Krew, Benji B, Call Super, Peach, Paris and Will Bankhead alongside residents Paranoid London, Jerome Hill, Silverlining, Michelle Manetti, System Inc, Running Hot, Marcia Carr, and Amaliah.

For tickets and details go here.

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