Printworks has revealed the line-up for the opening party of its third season, which is set to take place on Saturday 3rd March.
Kerri Chandler, John Talabot and Job Jobse are all set to spin at The Hydra event, whilst Tiger & Woods and Lindstrøm will both perform live sets. Red Axes, Prins Thomas, Julio Vistoria, Taraval and Dolan Bergin are also on the bill.
Anjunadeep has announced plans to host its first-ever festival. The one-day event will take place 12th August at London’s Three Mills.
Dubbed Anjunadeep Open Air: London, the festival will feature the label’s soulful, melodic sound and its singular artists. The label, founded by Above & Beyond, has released tracks and mixes by artists including Jody Wisternoff, Lane 8, Andrew Bayer, Jaytech, Moon Boots, Luttrell, Matt Lange and Dusky.
Now that the festival market is reaching saturation point, many promoters have turned directly to artists to front new festivals, with the loveable Artwork joining in on the fun with his excellent named, Art's House: A Lovely London Festival.
Lovebox has hosted its last 13 events in London’s Victoria Park. That is set to change in 2018, when Lovebox and sister event Citadel will be held in Brixton’s Brockwell Park.
The relocation arrives after global event company AEG Live bought the rights from Tower City to begin hosting event in Victoria Park starting in 2018. The rights transition also resulted in the relocation of Field Day.
Fabric will be launching a new fortnightly event series in early 2018 dubbed Forms. Skream headlines the series’ debut party on 19th January.
Forms will run on alternating Fridays with the long-standing FABRICLIVE party. The series promises to bring “fresh new energy to the long, dark January nights”.
Yousef, Monki, Michael Mayer, &ME and Christoph are among the talents confirmed to perform Forms during the first three months of 2018. A number of special guests will be revealed as the dates near.
London’s controversial Form 696 has been removed following a month-long assessment at the behest of Mayor Sadiq Khan. The form has been heavily criticized for being both racist and stifling towards London’s grime and garage scenes.
This Saturday 28th October, Adam Beyer's Drumcode Halloween party touches down at Tobacco Dock.
The party – which sold out quicker than you can say 'trick or treat' – features performances from techno's biggest names across three rooms, in one of London's most exciting new venues.
Much-loved London festival Field Day is leaving its long-term home of Victoria Park in 2018.
The new location is still under wraps, but the 2018 edition will be taking place over the weekend of Saturday 2nd June.
Field Day is renowned as an eclectic festival with electronic music very much at its core. The first ever Field Day in August 2007 featured then Trash resident Erol Alkan and Electreland among others.
More information on 2017’s line-up as we get it.