The Warehouse Project took the Manchester music scene by storm when it exploded onto the city in 2006. The concept is to deliver groundbreaking cross genre acts in a warehouse space across a three-month period. The iconic warehouse space hosts over 30+ events during its 3 month annual appearance. The eclectic music policy means that one night the venue is playing host to live acts such as Caribou, James Blake & Bonobo, with the next night drawing dance music legends as Seth Troxler, Fatboy Slim, Carl Cox, Above & Beyond, The Chemical Brothers, Skream and Four Tet. The Warehouse Project returns to Manchester in 2021, heading back beneath the streets. Find all the warehouse project events, line ups plus official tickets right here.
Where is the Warehouse Project?
Warehouse Project goes down in the heart of Manchester in Mayfield Train Station AKA “The Depot”. The address is Mayfield Train Station, The Depot, Manchester M1 2QF, and it’s right outside Manchester Piccadilly train station. There are also tram and bus stops, so it’s nice and easy to get to.
When is the Warehouse Project?
The Warehouse Project is a series of nights that typically starts in August/September and runs up to New Year’s Day. WHP also hosts a few one-off parties for special occasions such as bank holidays.
The opening event for WHP22 is Bonobo and Caribou on Friday the 26th of August.
When do tickets for the Warehouse Project go on sale?
As Warehouse Project is a series of events, tickets go on sale at different times as new events are announced. Some tickets, including those for Sonny Fodera, Bonobo and Caribou, and The National and Dry Cleaning, are already available.
How much are tickets for the Warehouse Project?
The average price of a ticket for the Warehouse Project is around £40. But ticket prices vary depending on the events, the artists, and what type of ticket you’re after. For example, tickets for Sonny Fodera start at around £30 but, for VIP tickets, you’re looking at £72.
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