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Printworks has revealed the complete line-up for its epic closing weekend, set to take place from Friday 28th April to Monday 1st May. As one of London’s premier club spaces, Printworks has gained a world-class reputation since its inception in 2017, earning the number four spot in DJ Mag’s Top 100 clubs list last year. However, due to planned development at its Surrey Quays location, the venue is set to close for a “number of years” after this event.

Kicking off the festivities, Black Coffee is set to make his Printworks debut on Friday 28th April, accompanied by Maya Jane Coles and Afro-house newcomer AMÉMÉ. BBC Radio 1 Dance will also be inviting a roster of guests, including Danny Howard, Sarah Story, and 1xtra DJ Jeremiah Asiamah.

Saturday’s (29th April) house-friendly line-up boasts a star-studded cast, including Camelphat, Stephan Bodzin, Adriatique, and Mind Against. Meanwhile, Jimi Jules, Carlita, Cassian, Francesca Lombardo, and Ivory are also set to perform.

Sunday’s (30th April) line-up promises to deliver an explosion of breaks with over 20 DnB, bass, jungle, and garage-adjacent artists scheduled to perform. Sub Focus & Dimension & MC ID, Kings Of The Rollers, and Inja will share the stage with TQD, p-rallel, MJ Cole, Elijah & Skilliam, 24 Hour Garage Girls, Mixtress, and others. A special guest is yet to be announced.

Finally, on Monday 1st May, Peggy Gou will conclude the weekend with a bang, accompanied by Dixon, DJ Koze, HAAi, TSHA, Prospa, and a live set from Róisín Murphy. SHERELLE & I. JORDAN, Ahadadream, Shy One, Swoose, Trudy Knight, and Jennifer Loveless will also be providing the bass.

Tickets for the final four shows of the Printworks Closing Weekend are available now via pre-sale on the Printworks website, exclusively for those who have signed up.

“We’re looking forward to celebrating Printworks’ legacy, and what has been the venue’s role as a cultural stronghold for the electronic music community including artists, labels, DJs, live acts, visual artists and more,” said Ajay Jayaram, Broadwick Live’s director of music.

It’s worth noting that the team behind Printworks launched a new East London club called The Beams last year, which has already hosted Michael Bibi, Patrick Topping, Denis Sulta, Honey Dijon, and more.

Written by: Drums Radio Team

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