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Printworks has announced its 2022 lineup and we're buzzing already

Flying Lotus, Folamour, and Charlotte de Witte are just some of the huge names taking to the decks

Chiara Wilkinson
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Chiara Wilkinson
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Somehow, it's been five whole years since Printworks first opened its doors to the party people of London. During that time, the venue has put on dozens of raves, endured a rollercoaster of restrictions during the global pandemic, and re-opened after lockdown with a brand new room, Inkwells. Next year is looking bigger than ever, with more than 20 shows confirmed for Printworks' spring-summer 2022 party season. 

Acts already announced include groove-master Folamour, tech-house champion Solomun, as well as the iconic Flying Lotus. Re-textured are yet again hosting a line-up of techno heavyweights, including Helena Hauff, VTSS and Paula Temple, as well as a special back to back set from Skee Mask and Stenny. La Discotheque will also return to the venue, this time with an exciting soul and house line-up featuring Kenny Dope, the House Gospel Choir and Crazy P. 

Kurupt FM will host two nights of garage and Breakin Science will crank up the bass to bring some DnB to the dance floor. Finally, the space will host the AVA Conference: two days of panels and workshops revolving around music and the audio visual arts. As always, there will be enchanting light installations at all shows, transforming the old printing plant into a wonderland of sensory indulgence.
Sound alright? Well, general tier tickets go on sale tomorrow – time to ponder over the full programme, send a message to all of your group chats, and gather up the troops before any of the events sell out.
Printworks SS22 takes place from 4 Feb 2022 to 1 May 2022. General sale tickets are available from Thursday 2 December 2021 at 11am, here.

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