Iconic London institute Printworks has revealed its final season of line-ups ahead of the club’s closure on May 1.
The final string of shows will feature nights from Body Movements, Hospitality, ED BANGER, Cuttin’ Headz, Defected, and Drumcode, with a special final Hydra weekender across Easter weekend.
The Hydra weekender takes place from Thursday, April 6, to Monday, April 10, celebrating multiple dance music clubs, labels, and collectives across four days. The final Hydra event pulls in fabric, Plastic People, FWD>>, Tresor, and That’s How It Is! over the course of the weekend.
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Amongst those playing across the weekend is Ben UFO, D Double E, Jeff Mills, Skream, Jamie xx, Bonobo, Actress, Kode9 & Flowdan, Carl Craig, FJAAK, and Amaliah b2b Club Fitness.
Elsewhere, Printworks regulars such as Charlotte de Witte, Hedex, ARTBAT, Denis Sulta, and Patrick Topping will curate their own shows on special takeover nights.
For the drum ’n’ bass fans, two DNB All Stars events will take place on both February 19 and March 26 with names including Bou, Inja, K Motionz, and more.
Printworks will also host the annual AVA conference for the final time, welcoming acts such as SHERELLE, Mall Grab, DJ Seinfeld, Logic1000, and Sofia Kourtesis across both its conference and club events on February 24.
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Finally, one of the very last events to take place at Printworks, The Final Frontier, will go ahead on April 24. The line-up includes Honey Dijon, Major League DJz, Luke Solomon, La La, and more.
The final weekender will take place from April 28 – May 1, marking the club’s closure. The line-up has yet to be announced.
In November, Printworks shared a cryptic post online hinting at the club’s “final season”, despite reports that stated the venue would open again following a hiatus to redevelop the site.
Find tickets for the final season of Printworks here.
Gemma Ross is Mixmag’s Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter