London venue Dockyards to relaunch as Silverworks Island this weekend

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The London-based venue, Dockyards, has announced it will be re-opening this weekend under a new name, Silverworks Island.

Operated by the owners of the former Dockyards venue, Broadwick Live, the space is said to “remain the same” despite the name change — with a capacity of 20,000 people and an open-air concept.

The venue will host its grand reopening this Saturday (July 1) with a takeover from tech-house imprint Solid Grooves — Dennis Cruz, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Skream and many more, are set to perform.

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While on Sunday (July 2) Silverworks Island will play host to a showcase from Armin van Buuren‘s A State Of Trance label.

On the following weekend, the venue will be the setting of the Filipino-electronic festival 1MX LDN Music Festival which has a line-up of Ben & Ben, Yuna, Moira, Johnny Orlando, Janine Berdin, Maymay and Clara Rosa.

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On Sunday 9, some drum ‘n’ bass greats will perform at Wah In The City such as Chase and Status, Andy C, Bou, Hedex and more.

The venue overlooks the river in Silvertown Quays and includes state-of-the-art production along with three outdoor stages, food stalls and a VIP area.

Check out what’s on at the renamed Silverworks Island here.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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