Printworks London are launching a bold concept for their re-launch following their government enforced closure during the Coronavirus pandemic.
For their Grand Opening Weekend Printworks presents Redacted, three stand-alone shows, taking place on Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th September 2021.
Back To Basics
Going back to basics, Redacted puts the focus firmly on the music for a pure celebration of club culture. For Printworks opening weekend there will be no artists announced in advance, no social media and no camera phones. Just three carefully curated events featuring some of Printworks’ favourite artists, with exceptional audio-visual production over an unforgettable one-off weekend.
Redacted at Printworks London strips away complexities, inviting guests to momentarily place the outside world on pause and return once more to the dance floor. A chance to reconnect with music.
Friday & Saturday Nights
With lineups for each show already in place, Friday’s ‘Late Night Movement’ programme unites purveyors of the underground, revered selectors and adventurous producers to mark the opening of Printworks Redacted with a late night finish. Returning to the traditional daytime hours, Saturday will see ‘To The Floor’, featuring dance music heavyweights and house-laden grooves.
D&B On Sunday
‘Low End Theories’ hits Printworks Redacted on Sunday, showcasing the finest in drum & bass. Expect high-energy MCs, reloads, dynamic B2Bs, D&B crews and non-stop energy at 140bpm+.
Get your tickets for Printworks opening weekend before they sell out!
The Printworks Venue
Printworks London first opened its doors in January 2017. Once home to the largest printing factory in Western Europe, the original aesthetics, giant machines and printing presses have been preserved to create a stunning, industrial environment for a dynamic array of events.
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