Overmono to takeover The Warehouse Project this autumn

They'll be bringing with them some very special guests...

By Ben Arnold | 3 July 2024

Share this story

(Credit: Jody Hartley)

Electronic duo Overmono are to curate a day-into-night club event at The Warehouse Project this autumn, bringing in some of the UK’s biggest artists to play alongside them.

While they will top the bill with a live set, they’ll also be bringing with them the legendary dupstep pioneers Skream & Benga, who will be playing together for the first time at WHP since 2011.

The event will happen on 12 October, kicking off at 4pm and running into the small hours of the night.

Overmono and Skream & Benga will be joined in the cavernous Depot room by Sammy Virji, Joy Orbison, Manchester’s own Interplanetary Criminal, Emerald, Surusinghe and Tia Cousins.

warehouse project

Meanwhile, on the Concourse, Ewan McVicar will play a headline, back-to-back set with Special Request, with support coming from the likes of Ben UFO, KI/KI, Blawan, DJ Fuck Off, DJ Love and Aletha.

In the Archive room, there will be sets from Breakage, Blumitsu, Sam Gellaitry, RHR, Gyrofield, Saint Ludo and Zuri.

Pre-sale ticket sales will go live on 4 July from 10am, with general ticket sales following on 5 July from 10am.

A raft of shows for the 2024 WHP season have already been announced, kicking off with the annual Repercussion festival on 14 September.

It will feature a live set from Jungle, alongside the likes of Bonobo, Honey Dijon, DJ Seinfeld, Luke Una, Bradley Zero and Paula Tape, alongside local legends like Mikey D.O.N, Me Gusta, Rich Reason, Joey T and Krysko.

Other highlights will include a Boiler Room special on 5 October with Peggy Gou and Jeff Mills, and Sonny Fodera playing 20 and 21 September.

For full line-up details so far, head to the Warehouse Project site.

Read more:
The best clubs and gigs in Manchester in July 2024
New Order and Blossoms gigs offer combined ticket
New Rudy’s to open in Altrincham