The East London club will host events throughout the summer, starting with ‘DanceOnArrival: Friday of Freedom’ on June 25, followed by Audiowhore’s 10th birthday on the following day alongside events spanning through summer 2021.
The club’s first ‘E1 Presents’ series will follow, spotlighting some of the biggest names in electronic music. DJ sets from Jimi Jules, Alinka and Âme’s first live UK performance since the pandemic began, will all feature throughout August.
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The club also reopens with a commitment to diversifying club culture, vowing to make the venue and its events reflective of London’s multicultural audience. E1 will publish data on the diversity of its programming every three months as a commitment to progressing as an inclusive venue post-pandemic.
Dolan Bergin, E1’s head programmer, shared a statement concerning the club and its new commitments:
"While the COVID-19 restrictions have disrupted the live music industry, we took the opportunity to pause and deconstruct E1 so we can present a new approach to its music programs and communication. We’ve worked hard to create a blueprint for E1 that places diversity at its core, laying the foundation as we continue to develop as a vital platform for culture to support emerging London talent."
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Presale tickets will be available from 12:PM on Tuesday April 27, with general sale from 3pm – registration can be found here.
Tope Olufemi is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow them on Twitter