The team behind London's Printworks have revealed the programme for the venue's Autumn/Winter 2022 series.
19 shows have been confirmed for the club's latest season to date, including headline events for DJ Snake and Charlotte de Witte, on 23rd and 30th September respectively. Spotify will also take over the venue on 23rd September, with a line-up that features live sets from DJ Seinfeld, Aluna, George Riley and Lone, and DJ sets by Maya Jane Coles, ABSOLUTE., Melé and Krystal Klear, among others.
On 7th October, Paul van Dyk headlines with support from Ferry Corsten and Aly & Fila, while the following night, on 8th October, Dixon brings his Transmoderna club concept to the venue to DJ all day long.
Solardo will headline on 21st October, alongside a line-up that includes Cassy and Paco Osuna, and the following night, on 22nd October, RAM Records celebrates 30 years with a bill that will be announced in the coming months.
London promoter The Hydra will celebrates its 10th anniversary with a trio of shows at the venue across the coming months. The first of these, on 29th October, marks a celebration of 15 years of Hessle Audio. Label founders Ben UFO, Pangaea and Pearson Sound are listed to play, while there are also sets confirmed from Daphni, SHERELLE, Karenn, Special Request, Avalon Emerson, DJ Stingray 313, Jossy Mitsu and Shanti Celeste, among others.
On 5th November, it's the turn of another label to celebrates its 15th anniversary alongside The Hydra: Erased Tapes. The line-up includes Gilles Peterson, Clark, Plaid, Pantha Du Prince, Andy Stott, Nathan Fake, Gold Panda, cktrl, object blue and Rival Consoles.
The last of The Hydra's takeovers, on 19th November, is a link-up with EFG London Jazz Festival, with a line-up including Danilo Plessow (FKA Motor City Drum Ensemble), Bonobo, Mafalda and a Dialled In showcase with Nikki Nair, Ahadadream, Naina and more.
Other season highlights include two Afterlife dates from Tale Of Us on 26th and 27th November, and a headline gig by Shygirl on 1st December.
Find the full listings, and get access to pre-sale tickets, via Printworks' website.
A new club from the team behind Printworks, called The Beams, is also set to launch in London this October.