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Printworks announces three-day reopening weekender

London’s Printworks is going “back to basics” with its reopening parties

Printworks has announced details of its reopening weekender, scheduled to take place in September. 

Taking place from Friday 17th to Sunday 19th September, the “Redacted” reopening parties will see the London venue going “back to basics”. There will be no line-up announcements and no official filming or cameras allowed on the dancefloor. The idea, Printworks says, is to “focus firmly on the music for a pure celebration of club culture”.

Printworks promises three carefully curated line-ups, and “exceptional  audio-visual production” over the course of the weekend.  On Friday 17th, the theme will be “Late Night Movement”, with a focus on underground sounds from “revered selectors and adventurous producers”.  Saturday’s theme is “To The Floor”, and will feature an array of house-focussed sets from some “dance music heavyweights”.  Sunday 19th’s party, “Low End Theories”, will be a celebration of all things drum & bass, and promises some very special secret b2b sets. 

Speaking about the return of Printworks, Matthew Johnston, Head of Broadwick Entertainment, said: “We’ve spent months curating the lineup for each show with an aim of providing a distraction-free environment to allow people to really be in the moment with us, engage with the music and enjoy the experience of being back at Printworks.”

Tickets for Printworks Redacted parties will be available at midday on Thursday 18th March,  with general sale from midday on Friday 19th March . Sign up for priority access to tickets here.

The announcement of Printworks’ reopening comes as UK venues and  festival’s begin to announce line-ups and ticket sales for events scheduled to take place throughout the summer. Last week, fabric announced a 42-hour reopening weekender for June. Since the announcement of England’s “roadmap” out of lockdown in February, which could see nightclubs across the country could be reopened as soon as 21st June, demand for tickets for summer events has skyrocketed, with numerous festivals selling out in record time in recent weeks.