Here are some of the best events at The Warehouse Project this year

The Warehouse Project are putting on some amazing events this year, we thought we'd take a closer look at some of the best.

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 16th Jul 2021

The Warehouse Project recently unveiled its programme for 2021, with a huge selection of dance events that will be giving us some of the best parties of the year. It feels like after so much time off that we're being treated to some really standout shows to make up for all those potential memories that were lost. 

From the biggest DJ names to one of the biggest dancefloors in the whole of Manchester. The Warehouse Project brings people to the city from all across the world. It has an iconic status within recent clubbing history. We thought we'd put together a list of some of the best events from The Warehouse Project's programme this year that you can find tickets for here on Skiddle.



Megan Thee Stallion

When: Friday 10th September 

One of the biggest names in hip-hop comes to Manchester this year and will be serving up all the massive hits that she's been providing us with over the past few years. She's set to have another summer hit on her hands with 'Thot Shit' and honestly, there are not many others doing it like Megan Thee Stallion right now. The rest of the lineup is great too with Princess Nokia, Tion Wayne and more setting the tempo.


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When: Saturday 11th September 

Atlanta trio Migos have become one of the biggest hip-hop groups in the world over the course of the past decade, with three massive albums in their 'Culture' series elevating them to a different level recently. These sought after headliners will be heading to The Warehouse Project with upcoming grime star Pa Salieu and more in September.


You can find tickets for Migos at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Friday 8th October

FISHER is a guarantor of a good time. The Australian tech-house producer will be setting up shop with his care-free and endlessly fun production style. A party starter of the highest calibre, this DJ set will surely be one of the biggest on the calendar. Alongside him names such as Danny Howard, Lee Foss and Ben Hemsley will be shaking things up across the rest of the night.


You can find tickets for FISHER at The Warehouse Project here.




Curated by Four Tet

When: Saturday 9th October

A wizard of sonic alchemy and one of the most entrancing live performers you will ever see, Four Tet will be curating his own massive day at The Warehouse Project this year. An all-dayer that won't be finishing until the early hours, Four Tet has chosen a fine selection of performers from Goldie to Joy Orbison and of course, you'll get the chance to have the vibe set by the man himself.


You can find tickets for Curated by Four Tet at The Warehouse Project here. 




The APE 15th Birthday

When: Friday 15th October

The APE will be making full use of the space provided by Depot (Mayfield) by using three stages to cram in this enormous lineup that sees names such as Rudimental, Shy Fx and Mike Skinner performing. This will be a mad rush between stages to get a chance to see your favourite, as everywhere you look there will be a legend or upcoming talent taking to the stage.


You can find tickets for The APE 15th Birthday at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Saturday 16th October

Adam Beyer's Drumcode imprint will be making their own stamp this year as the legendary DJ supplies The Warehouse Project with a seriously impressive lineup of DJs. These are names that can headline shows on their own such as Alan Fitzpatrick, Luigi Madonna and Rebuke. To have them all in the same place is going to make for a very special night indeed.


You can find tickets for Drumcode at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Friday 22nd October

WORRIED ABOUT HENRY has some seriously impressive DJ sets, with Chase and Status, Hybrid Minds and Dimension all taking to the decks to supply you with all the best tunes you could wish for. There are some real performers here so expect to get completely lost in their airwaves. With a bit of drum n bass, techno and house, this is one of the biggest events that they're putting on this year.


Find tickets for WORRIED ABOUT HENRY at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Saturday 23rd October

Disclosure have been here, there and everywhere in their career so far. Headling stages as huge as Reading/Leeds and producing some of the most recognisable party tunes of the last decade. Their success seemed to be rapid and they've only managed to get bigger and bigger so their set at The Warehouse Project is going to blow some minds. Mixing pop with genres such as house, garage and bass, they are endless experimenters and it has resulted in hit after hit.


Find tickets for Disclosure at The Warehouse Project here.





Halloween at The Warehouse Project

When: Friday 29th and Saturday 30th October

Fortunately, Halloween is landing on a weekend this year, so the best scarily themed evening can take place on actual fright night. The Warehouse Project is running two Halloween events this year, one on Friday that will feature Solardo and more and one on Saturday that will have Annie Mac playing amongst a really impressive lineup. You could do one night or you could do both, nobody would blame you. So start planning what costume you'll be wearing this year (we predict the odd vaccine themed one).


Find tickets for Halloween at The Warehouse Project here.




Jamie XX Curates

When: Friday 12th November

Another legendary name is curating an event for this year's run of Warehouse Project events and that is Jamie XX. The former member of the xx has made a stamp of his own with his solo work and has been pushing the boundaries of dance music for years with some well-received albums. For this event he will be performing alongside Honey Dijon, OK Williams, Skee Mask and more during this excellent curation.


Find tickets for Jamie XX Curates at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Saturday 20th November

Elrow will be making their way to Manchester this year to provide you with what will be one of the crazier nights at The Warehouse Project this year. Known for their immediate and high-quality production values, the Depot will look completely different as it's taken over by crazy characters and some hard-hitting beats.


Find tickets for Elrow at The Warehouse Project here.




WHP and Circus present Radio 1 Dance

When: Friday 26th November

The Warehouse Project will be linking up with Radio 1 especially for this event as they deliver us a curated lineup of DJs who will make the Depot bounce all day long. They've got names such as Camelphat, Hot Since 82 and Pete Tong all coming down to give you some seriously impressive performances. 


Find tickets for WHP and Circus present Radio 1 Dance at The Warehouse Project here.





When: Saturday 27th November

XXL will be running an event this year that features a long and diverse list of DJs at different points of their careers. You have superstar Charlotte De Witte turning up, Amelie Lens, Jeff Mills, Helena Hauff and more. This very much feels like the kind of event where you can find your next favourite DJ.


Find tickets for XXL at The Warehouse Project here.




WAH x Metropolis

When: Friday 3rd December

Bad Boy Chiller Crew will be making the relatively short trip over from Bradford to take the stage at the Depot this year. Having recently gained a lot of hype and branching out from their local hero status, these guys are going to go a long way. This is quite the lineup and it feels like we could be listing off the quality acts all day. This isn't one to miss.


Find tickets for WAH x Metropolis here.





When: Sunday 5th December

It's always a huge occasion when Bicep are in town and it's been a long time since their fans had the chance to see them in person. Within that time they've released a new album too which charted high in the UK. Now they get to unleash these tracks for the first time and we wouldn't want to miss it for the world.


Find tickets for Bicep at The Warehouse Project here.






When: Saturday 11th December

Defected are bringing the noise in December. So if you're looking to bag yourself an early Christmas present, then what could be better than a chance to see Gorgon City, Basement Jaxx and Purple Disco Machine all in the same place? Yes, that is just a taste of the quality brought to you by this lineup. Defected have absolutely smashed it.


Find tickets for Defected at The Warehouse Project here.




Kaluki 15th Birthday

When: Monday 27th December

Kaluki were formed in Manchester way back in 2006 so it's only appropriate that they get to spend their birthday at one of the biggest venue spaces in the country. They've always championed some of the finest electronic artists coming through the city and they've got some big names coming to their birthday bash such as Alan Fitzpatrick and East End Dubs.


Find tickets for Klauki 15th Birthday at The Warehouse Project here.






Photo credit: The Warehouse Project (Facebook)

When: Friday 31st December

How would you like to bring in the new year surrounded by your fellow ravers? Well, you can at The Warehouse Project and there may not be anywhere else that could be more communal. The lineup for this event hasn't been announced yet but rest assured you can count on them to deliver some of the most exciting DJs around.


Find tickets for NYE at The Warehouse Project here.






Photo credit: The Warehouse Project (Facebook)

When: Saturday 1st January 2022

Following on from the New Years Eve party, you could always celebrate the first day of the new year too which will be the closing party for this season of Warehouse Project events. They always bring people from all across the world to Manchester with such hugely impressive shows and they will definitely be signing off in style.


Find tickets for NYD at The Warehouse Project here.




If you're wanting to see more events that are on in Manchester then take a look at our What's On Guide. If you want to get yourself away this summer then our Festival Finder is a great start.




 Header image: The Warehouse Project (Facebook)