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The Warehouse Project returns to Depot Mayfield for six huge opening shows

The Manchester-based club series has announced its first six parties of the year, with performances from some of the biggest names in disco, drum n bass, house and more, set to take place throughout autumn

Skiddle Staff

Date published: 25th May 2021

Returning to Manchester's vibrant city centre this autumn, seasonal clubbing behemoth The Warehouse Project has recently announced its plans to take over the enormous Depot Mayfield warehouse venue once more, throwing six mind-blowing reopening parties throughout September and October.

Two years in the making, this year's Warehouse Project season is set to be the biggest and best yet, with a host of world-renowned tastemakers and selectors, representing sounds and styles from disco to house, drum n bass and hip hop, set to appear over the upcoming relaunch dates. 

Amongst some of the many reputable names confirmed to appear are the likes of Nile Rodgers & Chic, who will kick start the brand new season, set to run until New Years Day 2021, local favourite DJ Paulette, hip hop legend DJ Shadow, Laurent Garnier, Andy C, Sub Focus, High Contrast, dance don Carl Cox, Peggy Gou, Skream, The Blessed Madonna, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones, Michael Bibi, Seth Troxler and many, many more.

The programme for each of the six WHP '21 opening dates can be found below:

 

Friday 17th September Nile Rogers & Chic

Nile Rodgers & Chic | Horse Meat Disco | House Gospel Choir | Craig Charles | Gina Breeze | Supernature | Concourse | La Discothèque Presents | Norman Jay MBE | DJ Paulette | Veba | Joe Motion

 

Saturday 18th September - WHP, Boiler Room & Keep it Unreal presents REPERCUSSION FESTIVAL

DJ Shadow | Floating Points | Jordan Rakei | Soul Ii Soul | Laurent Garnier | DJ Koze | George Fitzgerald Live | Jayda G | Gilles Peterson | Kamaal Williams | Moses Boyd | Tom Misch DJ | Ben Ufo | Moodymann | Virgil Abloh | DJ Seinfeld | Channel Tres | Mr Scruff Presents Keep It Unreal | Benji B | LTJ Bukem | Children Of Zeus | Antal | Call Super | Josey Rebelle | Zed Bias | Jamz Supernova | Sassy J | Mafalda | Greg Wilson | Kampire | Anz | Shy One | Jon K | Space Afrika | Annabel Fraser | Krysko | Rich Reason | Danuka | Tarzsa | Sno | Greg Lord | Andrea Trout | Aletha

 

Friday 24th September - METROPOLIS

Andy C | Sub Focus | Wilkinson | High Contrast | North Base B2b Mark Xtc B2b Mollie Collins | Sasasas | Dnb All-Stars: Friction | Goddard B2b Alcemist | Hype B2b Randall | Kanine | Kaz B2b Disrupta | Nia Archives B2b Ej Kitto | René Lavice | Turno B2b K Motionz | Break | DJ Marky | Drs – In:Session | Dub Phizix B2b Chimpo Feat Strategy | Ed Rush & Optical | Lsb B2b Technimatic | Mefjus B2b Calyx & Teebee | Stature B2b Kleu

 

 

Saturday 25th September - WELCOME TO THE WAREHOUSE PT 1

Carl Cox | Peggy Gou | Modeselektor – DJ | Daniel Avery B2b Haai | Jasper James | Brame & Hamo | India Jordan | Krysko | Greg Lord | The Blessed Madonna | Honey Dijon | Hunee | Chaos In The Cbd | Dan Shake | Bradley Zero | Space Afrika | High Hoops | Skream | Special Request | Partiboi69 | Sherelle | Bklava | Darwin | Effy | Interplanetary Criminal | Zutekh DJs

 

 

Friday 1st October - Eric Prydz presents

Eric Prydz | Artbat | Cristoph | Franky Wah | Ammara | Reinier Zonneveld (Live) | Anfisa Letyago | Greg Lord

 

 

Saturday 2nd October - WELCOME TO THE WAREHOUSE PT 2

Jamie Jones | Joseph Capriati | Michael Bibi | Joey Daniel | Ben Sterling | Pirate Copy | Alisha | The Martinez Brothers | Seth Troxler | Kerri Chandler | Cassy | Jaden Thompson | Fleur Shore | Archie Hamilton | East End Dubs | Rossko | Jesse Calosso | Manda Moor | Lubò | Pach

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Tickets for these six colossal opening events will go on sale on Thursday 27th May 2021 at 10 am.

To be in with a chance of getting your hands on a few tickets for you and your mates, click or tap - HERE - sign up, and be the first to be notified when tickets are available for purchase. Do not hesitate - we fully expect all these shows to sell out. 

Details of this year's full Warehouse Project season have yet to be announced. Watch this space.

 



  

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Header image credit: The Warehouse Project / Eats Everything (Facebook)