The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) has issued a statement in response to a number of key London clubs missing out on funding as part of the latest wave of money to be shared out from the government's Culture Recovery Fund.
Human Traffic Live has been postponed.
Due to take place over three weeks between 22nd May and 13th June at London’s Printworks, the immersive Human Traffic Live experience has been postponed indefinitely, following the global outbreak of coronavirus, or COVID-19. The news follows Boris Johnson's announcement during Friday (20th) afternoon's address to the nation that all nightclubs must close with immediate effect, due to the spread of the virus.
The line-up for Trade's Human Traffic Live party has been announced.
The London club, which closed in 2008 after 18 years of parties, will return for a special one-off event at London's Printworks featuring Nicole Moudaber, Monika Kruse, Boris, and Pagano. The event, which will take place on May 24th, will form part of the LGBTQ+ club institution's 30th anniversary celebrations.
Printworks has announced more events for the spring 2020 programme.
Among the parties to be announced is a huge line-up from Defected, headlined by special guests Kenny Dope and Inner City. Head honcho Simon Dunmore will also perform at the event, alongside Sam Divine, Mambo Brothers, and Catz ’N Dogz. The party takes place on the 11th April, and also sees performances from Jess Bays and Monki.
AVA London lands at Printworks on Friday 13th and Saturday 14th March.
The two day conference and club event returns to London for a second year. AVA launched in its Belfast home back in 2015, and has gone on to be one of the most coveted dance music events in the UK.
Friday's conference will bring together some of the industry's leading thinkers and artists for a day of panels, keynotes and workshops. The likes of Orbital, Andrew Weatherall and PRS for Music will discuss future projects, creative processes, the future of the music industry, and much more.