Printworks won’t be around forever but it has officially confirmed that it’ll still be a part of London through the rest of 2022. This past July, news broke that London’s Southwark Council had approved renovation plans that would swap out Printworks and the surrounding area in favor of office buildings and retail locations.
There hadn’t been a concrete date given for the permanent closure of Printworks—which initially opened in 2017 with plans to only keep its doors open for five years—but on September 23, it’ll resume all show activities for the impending fall and winter seasons. Beginning with a grand reopening evening with DJ Snake, Printworks will play host to Aluna, Charlotte de Witte, Paul van Dyk, Solardo, Wilkinson, Bonobo, Afterlife, Gorgon City, and ultimately a winter closing party with Disciples, SIDEPIECE, Noizu and more.
While we’ll just have to wait and see if this will ultimately be Printworks’ final run of shows, the full AW22 schedule can be found here.
Printworks AW22 revealed.
Doors open on 23rd September for our biggest season to date, featuring 20 shows and over 150 artists across 13 weeks.
Pre-sale tickets will be available on Wednesday 10th August at 11am. pic.twitter.com/EaChUXHkKJ
— Printworks London (@Printworks_LDN) August 9, 2022
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