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Defected & Glitterbox reveal line-ups for New Year’s doubleheader at Printworks London

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Defected and Glitterbox have revealed their star-studded line-ups for their celebrations to bring in 2022 at Printworks. They take over one of London’s most in-demand venues for New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day for two days.

With both brands maintaining hugely successful partnerships with the mammoth London venue, partygoers can expect an epic doubleheader with exceptional house and disco, world-class production and unbeatable atmosphere to see out a year that started in particularly challenging circumstances. 

The ultimate destination to bring in 2022, Defected and Glitterbox keeps up their ambitions to deliver the very best in dance talent, be it fresh faces of the scene or long-established acts, while continuing to innovate and push the boundaries with world-class production that delivers a visual spectacle every time. A formidable combination of one of the capital’s most dedicated events teams and a venue ranked one of the best clubs in the world, there is no doubt this will be an epic celebration to remember, as unifying moments on the dancefloor are cherished more than ever.  
 
Limited tickets for Defected New Year’s Eve are available here. Glitterbox New Year’s Day tickets are available here.

DEFECTED NEW YEAR’S EVE | FRIDAY 31ST DECEMBER (7PM – 4AM)
INFO & TICKETS
LINE-UP (A-Z)
SPECIAL GUEST: DJ EZ
CATZ ‘N DOGZ / DARIUS SYROSSIAN / DANNY HOWARD
DUNMORE BROTHERS / MELÉ / MONKI / RIVA STARR
SAM DIVINE / SIMON DUNMORE / THE DUKE

GLITTERBOX NEW YEAR’S DAY | SATURDAY 1ST JANUARY (12-11PM)
INFO & TICKETS
LINE-UP (A-Z)
BREAKBOT & IRFANE / DIRTY CHANNELS / JOCELYN BROWN LIVE PA
KIDDY SMILE / MELVO BAPTISTE / SPILLER / TARZSA
INKWELLS: CLASSIC MUSIC COMPANY
DERRICK CARTER / FLOORPLAN / GINA BREEZE / JOSH CAFFÉ
LUKE SOLOMON / SOPHIE LLOYD

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Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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