Printworks London Completes Biggest Season to Date
Printworks London completes another epic season with 439 artists performing across 49 shows betweenSeptember 2018 and May 2019.
204,000 partygoers crossed the industrial threshold, dancing to a total of 397 hours of music across a vibrant spectrum of contemporary sounds from techno, house and disco to jungle, drum & bass and grime.
1280 dedicated staff members worked across the season, serving up 220,000 pints of cold larger, craft beer and cider to customers.
Some of the industry’s most respected artists and institutions appeared at Printworks over the season with standalone events from The Hydra, Cocoon, Afterlife, RAM Records, Klockworks, Anjunadeep, Circoloco, Defected, Hospitality, Eskimo Dance, Glitterbox, AVA Festival, Annie Mac Presents and more.
With each season that passes, Printworks London further cements its position as a vital platform for electronic music. Proudly collaborating with a myriad of sounds, artists, labels and promoters across the globe, from legendary pioneers to the next generation of DJs and producers.
>>Printworks London Season Highlights Image Set – Credit: Jake Davis, Luke Dyson and Andrew Whitton<<
‘There can’t be many other clubs in the city that can boast such stellar groupings of big-name DJs, and on such a regular basis.’ – Evening Standard
‘It feels like a futuristic place of worship rather than a factory or a club’. – The Independent
‘The game-changer of London clubbing’ – Vogue Italia
‘I am so grateful that this place exists in London!’ – Annie Mac
‘I absolutely loved playing at Printworks. Somehow they made a space that is massive, feel very intimate and personal. It’s absolutely incredible. I even went out on the dance floor for a little fun myself. Can’t wait to do it again! I’m still smiling about it :)’ – Kerri Chandler
‘It was a mind blowing experience. The new live room is incredible and the sound system is sick! It was better than we expected and our crowd were super up for it. Long live Printworks – One of the best venues in the world.’ – Gorgon City
‘It’s a venue made from dreams, part club and part rave, where you hope the clock stops so you can continue to play forever.’ – Roni Size
‘Printworks is already legendary even though it’s such a young venue and is easily one of the best I’ve ever played at. Its status as a top stop for DJs was already cemented but taking my live band there quickly proved to me its a world class spot for live acts too. What an honour to be the first band ever in that main room. The unique structure and incredible sound has got me itching to return’ – High Contrast
Image Credit: Jake Davis (@HungryVisuals)
With its doors now closed for the summer, Printworks’ next venture will be hosting a stage at acclaimed London festival, Field Day, taking place on the 7th and 8th June 2019. Hosted at Broadwick Venues’ ground-breaking new destination, The Drumsheds in Enfield, Printworks will be taking over the largest of four, interlinked warehouse spaces with stunning Printworks style production. Running until 3am each day, Friday’s late night session will see DJ sets from George Fitzgerald, Leon Vynehall, Modeselektor andNocturnal Sunshine (AKA Maya Jane Coles). Saturday’s finale will bring Field Day to euphoric close with performances from Denis Sulta, HAAi, Mella Dee and Tiga.
Details for each daytime lineup for Printworks’ Field Day stage will be announced in the coming days.
Tickets for Field Day can purchased at: https://fielddayfestivals.com