The Warehouse Project’s Autumn/Winter bill, spanning from September to January, includes old veterans and new flavours guaranteed to appeal to all dance and electro enthusiasts and keep Manchester on the map as “the vanguard of modern clubbing“.
An eclectic mix of big names such as James Blake and Calvin Harris will grace the Store Street stage for the final time over the coming months, along with lesser known artists relatively new to come to the fore – such as Blawan, Maya Jane-Coles and Jamie Jones – who are sure to draw the crowds from around the country too. Manc-centric highlights include Mike Pickering, Juicy, Now Wave, XXXY & D/R/U/G/S.
The unique space underneath Piccadilly train station has long since acquired fame for its strobes, sound system and seedy portaloos rather than it’s day-job as an NCP car park, and tickets are sure to go quick as ravers from near and far vie to ensure that they have their chance to wave goodbye to the atmospheric spot. Visit the WHP website here to view the full line up.
Tickets can be purchased online, or by calling 0844 888 9991. Alternatively, physical tickets will be available from the following outlets from 1pm Saturday 23rd July:
Manchester City Centre: