Following from the launch of its new home this Summer at the test site of 60 Dock Road, London — the series will return shifting from outdoors to indoors as it gets colder.
No longer running as day events, the next “all-nighter” will run on November 11 with Bluetoof b2b Surusinghe and the next day another massive b2b will commence in collaboration with Pitchfork festival between I.Jordan and LCY.
A ten-year celebration of Origins will run on November 18 at the venue before Possibly Maybe leads into December with a Keep Hush takeover.
To tie up the season and 2022, The Cause will be hosting an NYE party titled Unknown Pleasure with the line-up TBA.
The Cause, first opened by Stuart Glen and Eugene Wild in 2018, quickly became one of the most loved clubs in North London. The venue was forced to close on December 31, 2021, following a planned development of the area.
Since then, The Cause have not only started Possibly Maybe but also a brand new pop-up venue All My Friends which runs as a record store.
The space has a bar serving cocktails and local craft beers, hi-fidelity soundsystem and street food stalls.
Creative director Eugene Wild says: “With the ongoing test shows at Dock Road, the recent opening of our Hackney Wick hangout All My Friends and leads on some other pretty special sites, it’s not clear where the team will settle or what exactly The Cause is right now, but we’re hoping we will have some exciting news that we can share with you all very soon”.
Check out more information and get tickets to The Cause’s Possibly Maybe parties here.
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