You'll be well aware of the collapse of Bloc festival by now.
The underground music event had built up a loyal following before hosting a two-day party in London last summer. However, the festival was shut down just hours after opening, going down in history as one of the capital's most bungled parties ever.
Now Bloc seems to be rising from the ashes still left scattered around the jinxed London Pleasure Gardens site.
A holding page at bloclondon.com has just been launched, which is quite ambiguous but hints toward future Bloc activities in the capital. Perhaps the promotion outfit will start a series of specialist parties in unique locations or begin a residency at an established club. Maybe even another festival. Who knows?
What is for certain is that the announcement has left fans of the festival outraged. An announcement on the festival's Facebook page today has ignited a torrent of complaints regarding its 2012 event, after which many punters were not refunded for tickets made void because of it's cancellation.
But it's not all bad, some attendees managed to get their cash back and, at the end of the day, it's very hard not to have even the slightest sympathy for Bloc organisers after their chosen venue, which was promised to be a rave wonderland, turned out to be totally inadequate.
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