WHP Streamed Live!

The Warehouse Project will be streamed LIVE in partnership with Resident Advisor & Awdio

By Lee Isherwood | Last updated 10 October 2011

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The Warehouse Project will be streamed LIVE in partnership with Resident Advisor & Awdio

As three more night’s sell-out, The Warehouse Project has today announced that for the first time music fans from across the world will be able to listen to all the action live from the final Store Street season. Through a new partnership with Resident Advisor & Awdio, The Warehouse Project will be bringing the best electronic artists, DJs and producers live to the internet via the official website www.thewarehouseproject.com. Websites can stream the audio Live from their own site or Facebook page by hosting the Awdio media player.

Demand for tickets to The Warehouse Project’s final season at the now iconic Store Street venue continues unabated with the announcement that another three events have now SOLD OUT. BNP, Skrillex and Chibuku have now gone off sale leaving only 19 nights still available.

Kicking off with this weekend’s Welcome to the Warehouse night, anyone from across the globe will be able to witness Visionquest head-honchos Seth Troxler & Co., Italian veteran Marco Corola, and man-of-the-moment Fourtet when they take to the stage this Saturday. In partnership with Resident Adviser and Awdio, The Warehouse Project will, for the first time, stream all the action from Store Street live via its official website.

Over 14 weeks of the winter clubbing season, dance fans who weren’t able to secure tickets to see their favourite artists will be able to listen to a variety of spectacular performances from the likes of Nero, Annie Mac, James Zabiela, Sasha, Carl Cox, Sven Vath, Skream & Benga, Derrick Carter, Art Department, Steve Lawler, Jamie Jones, Damian Lazarus, Armin Van Buren, Paul Van Dyke, Nic Fanculli, Marco Corola, Ricardo Villolobas, Shy FX, David Rodigan, plus many more.



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