Printworks locks Amelie Lens, Tale of Us, Robert Hood, more for Autumn/Winter series
A new venue has also been announced
London's Printworks has shared the line-ups for its Autumn/Winter season.
Running from September 2019 to January 2020, the mega-venue's series will take place across three venues, Printworks, The Drumsheds and Magazine, and feature over 200 artists.
The opening party on Saturday the 28th September will see a techno takeover, with Amelie Lens, Nicole Moudaber, Nastia, B.traits and Luigi Madonna all slated to perform. The following Friday will see Hunee go b2b with Antal, alongside Motor City Drum Ensemble, Kettama and DJ duo Body Hammer.
Metalheadz will head to printworks on the 5th October to celebrate the drum & bass label's 25th anniversary, before Don Diablo, Bonobo, Omar-S, Tash LC, Prospa, Nina Las Vegas, Daniel Avery and Lone perform at the remaining parties throughout October.
October will also see Solid Grooves boss Michael Bibi perform an extended set for the debut of his new party concept, Isolate, at the newly announced Printworks venue, Magazine, on London's Greenwich Peninsula.
Saturday 2nd November sees Peggy Gou present Gou Talk with Octave One, HAAi and Derrick May, and Sulta Selects heading to Printworks on Saturday the 9th November, with a lineup featuring Denis Sulta, Gerd Janson, Eclair Fifi and Skatebard.
The following weekend, Dusky will perform an acid house set for 25 years of Bugged Out!, alongside 2manydjs and Erol Alkan and Modeselektor, before Oliver Heldens and Crucast both take over the mega-venue for their respective nights. November closes with purveyors of melodic techno Tale Of Us, who bring a host of affiliates to Printworks in the form of Recondite, Mathame, Denis Horvat and Fango.
December will open with with Michael Bibi's second party of the Autumn/Winter season, Solid Grooves, with lineups yet to be announced, and La Discothèque follows on Friday 13th December, with Derrick Carter, Artwork and Crazy P Soundsystem slated to perform.
DC-10's Circoloco head to Printworks' sister venue The Drumsheds on Saturday the 14th December, while artists from Above & Beyond's Anjunadeep label host a showcase at Printworks the same day. Saturday the 21st December closes the season, with The Hydra Presents Robert Hood, Marcel Dettmann b2b DJ Stingray, Afrodeutsche and Skee Mask.
See the full line-ups here. Tickets go on sale on Thursday 15th November from 11am.
During the August Bank Holiday, The Hydra will host a three-day weekender with performances from Jeff Mills, Ben Klock, Helena Hauff and many more.
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