Manchester’s legendary Warehouse Project, which attracts ravers from all over the UK, has just announced more events for 2023 including TRICK, Boiler Room, Halloween, Hacienda, Fuse, and more at Depot (Mayfield).
For 2023, WHP has already announced Black Coffee in the Concourse, Worried About Henry X Metropolis, Sonny Fodera, Repercussion, Kaluki Birthday, Welcome To The Warehouse, XXL, Ben Hemsley, and CamelPhat.
Tickets for all these events are available now, except Black Coffee - pre-sale goes live on Thursday, and general sale on Friday, both at 10 am.
The iconic event series just announced WHP23 - Hacienda, which goes down on Saturday 2nd December 2023, yesterday. And just now, they’ve revealed dates for Fisher, Boiler Room, Fuse, Halloween, Worried About Henry, Gorgon City, New Years Eve, and Trick.
Tickets for all parties announced this week go on sale on Friday 28th July at 10 am.
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Since each party has so many artists performing, we thought we'd tell you a handful of the artists playing at each event. If we listed them all, we'd be here all day.
Some artists at the WAH party include Andy C, Dimension, Bou, and Sub Focus.
Boiler Room will feature DJ EZ, VTSS, Barry Can't Swim, and Moodyman.
Fuse will see Chris Stussy, Traumer, Enzo Siragusa, Rossko, and more.
The nostalgic Hacienda party sees Ian Brown, Leftfield, Roger Sanchez, DJ Paulette, Peter Hook, and more.
Patrick Topping, Alan Fitzpatrick, and Green Velvet will be tearing it up at Trick.
And the Halloween party features Annie Mac, Denis Sulta, Skream, Hannah Laing, and more.
The guests for the Fisher, New Year's Eve, and Gorgon City parties have yet to be announced.
As the biggest event series in the north-west, maybe even the entire UK, it’s best to act fast. Sign up for tickets now. To do this, click on your chosen event and enter your details to receive a reminder. Or click or tap here to see all WHP events in one place.
Check out our What's On Guide to discover more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.
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