Printworks London Issue 001, the debut music series from London's new, experimental cultural hub, is now on sale.
Scheduled to run at a limited 2,500 capacity from February to April 2017 only, Printworks' cavernous, industrial Press Halls will welcome a succession of club culture's leading figures with the likes of Daphni, Nina Kraviz, Seth Troxler, 808 State, Luciano, Adam Beyer and more, set to headline a genre- spanning programme of events for Issue 001.
Running at a limited 2,500 capacity for the debut series, priority tickets starting at £22.50 will be available from 4pm on Thursday 8th December with general sale tickets available to purchase from midday on Friday 9th , with an announcement on soclals.
Offering a different and immersive experience, events will run from midday to 10pm, with over ten hours of action both on and off the dancefloor, as Printworks' corridors reveal a matrix of intrigue with a bar for every occasion, street food stands and vast chill-out areas providing plenty of entertainment throughout the day.
Two rooms of music will offer vastly different environments with the colossal scale of the soundproofed main room making for many epic dancefloor moments. Printworks room 2 will provide an intimate environment to enjoy some of the scenes most exciting emerging talent with lineups curated by some of the county's most progressive promoters including Superstition, Portal and Into The Woods.
The anticipated Launch Extravaganza will take place on Saturday 4th February with a colossal, three-way back-to- back headline set from industry giants, Seth Troxler, Loco Dice and The Martinez Brothers.
Making the most of Printworks' unique setting, bizarre and curious machinery will left in situ and the soundproofed main space allows for sound levels to be turned up VERY LOUD. Each event will benefit from bespoke production with fully-fitted L'Acoustic and SB28 loudspeakers, custom designed mechanical lighting truss and over 100 lasers and spotlights to illuminate the dramatic industrial features.
In addition to the music offering, Printworks are busy at work locking in a vibrant selection of cultural events with plans for food festivals, exhibitions, orchestral performances, immersive theatre and more in the pipeline.
The planning application for temporary use of the Printworks as a culture, music and arts space is currently under consideration by Southwark Council. If approved, events would take place from early 2017.