The Warehouse Project

The Warehouse Project returns to take over Manchester

Enduring a nine-month wait since what can only be described as a successful 2016 season, the doors of The Warehouse Project open once again for their highly anticipated twelve-week takeover returning to its spiritual home in Store Street, Manchester. Following an instantly sold-out opening weekend headlined by LCD Soundsystem, The Warehouse Project has revealed the full line-ups for the 2017 season ahead of this weekends ‘Welcome To The Warehouse’ double-header. As well as taking place each weekend, the clubbing institution will hold specially curated events across a host of other venues in Manchester including an ‘all day long special show’ with Jamie XX & Friends.

Throughout the next three months, the Northern major city will have more than its rich industrial heritage with an insane amount of internationally acclaimed DJ’s heading to the iconic venue. Highlights across the events include Founder of ‘Underground Resistance’ Jeff Mills, techno technician and music queen Nina Kraviz, multi-instrumentalist and electronic music producer Mura Musa, BBC Radio 1’s finest Annie Mac, Swedish techno producer and Drumcode Records founder Adam Beyer, drum and bass production band Chase & Status, Berlin’s live-act and music producer Paul Kalkbrenner, DJ Awards winner and American DJ Maceo Plex and Manchester’s own music duo The Chemical Brothers with many more acts in the official lineup.

Not only will the weekends adhere with the monumental DJ talent on show, the underground party will play host to a variety of brand productions including MK Area 10Yousef Presents Circus, Dekmantel, WHP & Kaluki Present Paradise, Solardo Sessions and the colony ANTS who return for a Halloween takeover. Furthermore, The Warehouse Project also demonstrates its musical diversity with acts such as Craig David, Giggs, Big Narstie, Madam X joining the proceedings.

Running up to new years day The Warehouse Project is set to embark on another epic season of music inviting and uniting party-goers and music lovers afar. A large number of tickets have already been snapped up but plenty still remains so don’t hang about and get your tickets now and check out the full lineup.

The Warehouse Project