Printworks adds more names to final season line-ups
Ben UFO, Actress, Flava D and more will play across five Easter dates curated by The Hydra
Printworks has shared the full line-ups for a number of parties taking place across the venue's upcoming closing season.
Among the line-ups to be newly confirmed are a series of five events curated by London promoter The Hydra, which will take place across the Easter weekend. The first of those, on 6th April, will see The Hydra link up with fabric to host the likes of DJ Holographic, Fatima Yamaha, Todd Terje, Or:la b2b Mary Lake, Mor Elian b2b Parris, and Amaliah b2b Club Fitness.
The following day, the promoter will link up with landmark event series FWD>>, with Ben UFO, Skream, Flava D, Coki, Anz, Kode9 & Flowdan, Martyn, D Double E, and Danny L Harle among the guests. On 8th April, Plastic People teams up with The Hydra to host Actress, Jamie xx, Deena Abdelwahed and Omar S, among others.
Berlin's Tresor joins The Hydra on 9th April, with Jeff Mills, DJ Stingray 313, LSDXOXO, Yazzus, Surgeon and rRoxymore set to play, while the following day, That's How It Is! will host Bonobo, Nightmares On Wax, Nabihah Iqbal, Tash LC, Carl Craig and Gilles Peterson.
Outside of The Hydra's takeover, Ed Banger will mark 20 years as a label on 3rd March, with DJ sets from Justice, Erol Alkan, Annie Mac, Busy P, Braxe & Falcon, Uffie, and Brodinski.
Other events running across Printworks' closing season, from February through to May, will take in sets from the likes of Deadmau5, Charlotte de Witte, Courtesy, Mall Grab, Groove Armada, Derrick Carter, Patrick Topping, Adam Beyer, Above & Beyond, Honey Dijon and Marco Carola.
The line-ups for the venue's closing weekend parties, from 28th April through to 1st May, will be announced in the coming months.
Printworks first revealed details of its closing season, taking in more than 40 parties, late last year. Find the full listings as they stand via the venue's website.
Last September, Printworks announced its plan to shut for a “number of years” due to planned development at its Surrey Quays location. In a statement, the venue's team assured people that they were "positive about the future" and "committed to preserving the essence of the iconic Press Halls and retaining the spirit of Printworks for our return".