- Words Aimee Phillips
Manchester's iconic electronic music event series, The Warehouse Project, makes its long-awaited return this September, with the first six shows revealed.
Making its grand return since 2019, The Warehouse Project is back this autumn at Manchester’s iconic Depot Mayfield.
Kicking off on Friday 17th September and running all the way through to New Years Day, the re-opening sequence of shows bring six incredible experiences, with a whole host of amazing electronic artists.
Nile Rogers & Chic headline the first Warehouse Project event on 17th September, with Horse Meat Disco, Craig Charles and House Gospel Choir also appearing.
On Saturday 18th September, Warehouse Project teams up with Boiler Room and Keep It Unreal to present their new event, Repercussion Festival, a day to night event with a jaw-dropping lineup. DJ Shadow, Channel Tres, Virgil Abloh, Jamz Supernova, Shy One, Floating Points, Jayda G and more are all slated to perform.
The following weekend is split into drum and bass lovers on Friday 24th September and house music champions on Saturday 25th.
Andy C, Sub Focus and Wilkinson all headline the Friday, while Peggy Gou, Honey Dijon and The Blessed Madonna play on Saturday.
In the last set of released shows, Eric Prydz presents Friday 1st October, and on Saturday 2nd, Seth Troxler and Jamie Jones appear.
Tickets for the first six shows go on sale from 10:00 am on Thursday 27th May. But be quick, The Warehouse Project notoriously sells out – and fast.
The full WHP21 Season will be announced over the coming weeks.