Hospitality’s The Closing Chapter, housed at the hallowed Printworks arena in London, is undoubtedly one of the biggest parties to be at! Slated for April 15 from midday onwards, the showcase puffs out electronic music producer Metrik, drum & bass maestro A.M.C, UK garage/jungle aficionado S.P.Y, grime MC P-Money, and an avalanche of stellar musicians, DJs, MCs, phenomenal visual displays, and more! Add your name to the waiting list to witness Printwork’s closing gig from The Ticket Fairy.
A spectacular send-off production is assembled by the events unit of the top UK DnB label, Hospital Records, as one of the most stunning, visually appealing, and cherished live music venues makes its final bow. In one of the concluding few shows at Printworks London, the 6000-capacity venue will see a bevy of drum & bass, jungle, bass, and UK garage heavyweights on stage. Passes were sold out less than a month after the showcase was announced even without a line-up reveal.
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Headliners at the former printing facility include London’s very own Metrik (Tom Mundell), award-winning drum & bass DJ/producer A.M.C (Alex Mark Calvert), and Briston-based and Brazilian-born DJ S.P.Y (Carlos Barbosa de Lima). The line-up reveal was met with a string of positive responses online, including uplifting remarks from rapper/producer Degs, MC and hip-hop artist Harry Shotta, as well as a boatload of comments requesting tickets!
This artist roster would be incomplete without the co-founder and CEO of Hospital Records London Elektricity (Tony Colman), who will be showcasing and celebrating twenty years of the release of his second studio album, ‘Billion Dollar Gravy.’ Moreover, the drum & bass producer has dropped his first new track in four years titled ‘Vasquez.’
Press Hall at Printworks is a 3,328-square-meter venue with 16-meter-high ceilings and multiple mezzanine levels that is renowned for its breathtaking video, light, and audio productions. Artists including MC Degs, the minimalist dubstep and ambient drum & bass music producer BOP, bass fanatic Flava D, Brighton-based DJ Lens, legendary grime artist P Money, in tandem with the drum & bass artist Whiney, and more are scheduled to perform here during the curtain call on April 15.
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Printworks’ Inkwells arena, launched in 2021 and nestled beneath the Press Hall, will stage Nu: Tone B2B Logistics ft. Harry Shotta, Solah & Emma B, The Caracal Project (Félix Burnod), vocalist and composer Ruth Royall shredding out a DJ set, and many more acts! Additionally included on the line-up are hosts MCs Conrad, Doktor, LowQui, and Phantom, who will steer the event with their inexhaustible energy.
Vocalist Solah is also the first female vocalist to be signed onto Hospital Records. She shared a post on Instagram, speaking about her appearance at the upcoming show. “Sometimes a gig comes in and you think, gosh, is this really happening?! This is one of those ? on Sat 15th April ? Myself and @emma.b.uk are bracing ourselves for one to remember at Printworks in the Inkwells and I’m buzzing to also get to share the Press Halls stage with some more amazing peeps later on!” expressed Solah.
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