The Warehouse Project 2021: Full season of stellar events revealed

The world-renowned club brand returns to Manchester for a 12 week run of events, with scheduled performances from Megan Thee Stallion, FISHER, Four Tet, Amelie Lens, Adam Beyer, Bicep and many more...

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 7th Jul 2021

The Warehouse Project has just announced details of its first full season of events since the pandemic began last year. Set to run over 12 weeks - from September through until New Years Day 2022 - the club's calendar will include over twenty mind-blowing shows from some of the biggest names in dance music, a handful of which have already sold out!

Returning to the vast, ten-thousand capacity Depot Mayfield venue on Friday 10th September 2021, the first event will see global rap star Megan Thee Stallion taking to the stage with supporting performances from fellow rap icons the likes of Tion Wayne, Princess Nokia, NUXXE head honcho, Shygirl and Jordss.

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October will see electronic music visionary and acclaimed producer, Four Tet curate his very own day of music in association with WHP and London based promoters, Eat Your Own Ears. Confirmed to put the venue's sound system through its paces, the lineup consists of huge performances from UK garage don DJ EZ and drum n bass legend, Goldie, as well as Joy Orbison, SHERELLE, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs, Sofia Kourtesis, Effy, Jossy Mitsu and hyperkinetic techno fiend, Avalon Emerson to name a few. There'll also be a very special five-hour opening set on the Concourse stage, running from the early afternoon, which will see electronic stalwarts Floating Points and Ben UFO taking over soundtrack duties.

Also set to take over the venue throughout October, techno specialist Adam Beyer and his Drumcode roster will tear Manchester a new one, whilst electronic duo Disclosure are set to present a star-studded night of dance music, with appearances from Folamour, Eclair Fifi, India Jordan and more.

A Halloween special will bring some very familiar faces and sought-after names to the moody Manchester mega club, for a frighteningly good nine-hour session of live music. Amongst the headliners, former BBC Radio 1 legend Annie Mac, Skream, going back-to-back with Eats Everything, Denis Sulta, Mella Dee, Krystal Klear, Kettama, Propsa, Jaguar...

XXL, Fac51 The Hacienda and ELROW all have big plans in the pipeline for each of their own parties in November, as does esteemed record label Defected and popular dance event brand, Kaluki, who celebrate their 15th birthday at the Depot on Monday 27th December.

Belfast-born, London-based production and DJ twosome, Bicep are also confirmed to make what is set to be an emotionally charged and euphoric return to The Warehouse Project towards the end of the season. More of the same below, please...

The lineup for the New Years Eve and New Years Day parties, both of which are notoriously hard to gain entry to, have yet to be announced. Watch this space. 

Tickets will be available to purchase from 10 am this Friday (9th July 2021). For full details of this years anticipated comeback season and to sign up to be notified when tickets are on sale, head to our Warehouse Project page.



For more raves and clubbing events happening where you are in 2021, visit our Club's page or browse through our What's On page


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Header image credit: The Warehouse Project / Bicep Live