Printworks London announce AW21 season

© Photography by Jake Davis (www.hungryvisuals.co.uk)

Award-winning music, arts and culture venue Printworks London, has announced details for their highly anticipated Autumn-Winter season, with over 35 shows running from 17th September 2021 to 1st January 2022, their biggest to date.

Over 35 shows across Autumn and Winter with: THE CHEMICAL BROTHERS (DJ) * RICHIE HAWTIN * AMELIE LENS * MODESELEKTOR (DJ) * JEFF MILLS * APPARAT (DJ) * OCTAVE ONE (LIVE) * 999999999 * EROL ALKAN * BEN KLOCK * MARCEL DETTMANN * HEIDI * ACTRESS (DJ) * JON HOPKINS (DJ) * HANNAH HOLLAND * NINA KRAVIZ * TODD TERRY * HACIENDA CLASSICAL * CLAPTONE * ELLEN ALLIEN * STEFFI * MKDJ PAULETTE * TODD TERJE * PAULA TEMPLE * MACEO PLEX * CHRIS LIEBINGTALE OF US * PAUL WOOLFORD * ROBERT HOOD * NOISIAMNEK * SUB FOCUS (LIVE) * SAMA’ ABDULHADI * DJ PIERRE * ANNA * ELKKA (LIVE) * DJ STINGRAY 313. Plus many more…

Full line ups here: https://printworkslondon.co.uk/whats-on/

A season 18 months in the making, Printworks AW21 will deliver an experience unlike anything seen previously. Having already achieved international acclaim for its audio-visual experience, Printworks will see a new, forward thinking production design across the entire venue, while still providing the highest quality sound and lighting display that guests have become familiar with as Printworks prepares to welcome its community back to the dancefloor. 

Printworks’ Autumn-Winter series will showcase a forward thinking programme of events with a spectrum of sounds from techno and drum & bass to classical and contemporary music, from exciting new sounds to seminal figures of club culture, Printworks continues to raise the bar for exceptional experience and programming.

Presale tickets for Printworks’ Autumn-Winter 2021 season will be available on Wednesday 11th August with general sale from Thursday 12th August. A limited quantity of tickets for previously sold-out shows will also be included. For access to presale tickets please visit: printworkslondon.co.uk

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