Printworks has announced seven more dates as part of its spring party series.
Following the January to March run of events which will see Kerri Chandler, AVA Festival, Hospitality, Annie Mac, Ben Klock and more throwing parties in the huge London venue, the programming for April is now looking equally as impressive and varied.
Friday 5th April will see Solomun and Moscoman taking over the club for a ‘Printworks Presents...’ night. The following week, 14th April, will see Savage Disco & Sink The Pink hosting their Sunday Service featuring Todd Terry, Kenny Dope, House Gospel Choir, Luke Solomon, Absolute and Josh James.
On 19th April, live melodic techno titan Stephan Bodzin will be curating a party with sets from Booka Shade (live), Mind Against, Dominik Eulberg, Fideles and himself. You can see the full programme of events below.
Since opening in 2017, Printworks has become one of the most crucial venues in London. Shortly after its first event, DJ Mag asked if the city had its “Berghain moment” when the venue opened its doors.
Check out 10 massive tracks from DJ Harvey’s Discotheque at Printworks from May last year here.
Pre-sale tickets for April’s series of parties will be available to Printworks subscribers from 11 am Wednesday 30th January. Tickets will go on general sale at 11am on Thursday 31st January. For more info visit Printworks’ website.
April 5th - Printworks Presents - Solomun, Moscoman
April 14th - Savage Disco & Sink The Pink Presents.... Sunday Service - Todd Terry, Kenny Dope, House Gospel Choir, Luke Solomon, Absolute, Josh James
April 18th - Lock N Load Soundclash -Hosted by Fabio & Grooverider + MC Skibadee - Jungle Warriors, Shadow Demon Coalition, Bon On Road x Serial Killaz, Dub Shot & more TBA
April 19th - Stephan Bodzin Curates - Stephan Bodzin LIVE, Booka Shade LIVE, Mind Against, Dominik Eulberg, Fideles
April 21st - RPR Present - RPR Soundsystem, Fumiya Tanaka, Thomas Melchior
April 27th - Solid Grooves - LINEUP TBA
May 4th - TBA
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