Manchester institution, The Warehouse Project (WHP), renowned for delivering exceptional dancefloor experiences and diverse line-ups, has announced its highly anticipated 2023 season.
Having consistently pushed boundaries since its inception in 2006, WHP has become a beacon of the city’s electronic music scene. From its early days at Boddington’s Brewery to its current home at the industrial Depot Mayfield, the club’s unique offerings have garnered international acclaim and earned a reputation as one of the premier club experiences in the world.
Autumn will see The Warehouse Project venture beyond its Manchester home to debut a one-night-only event in Antwerp, Belgium, following a successful showcase in Rotterdam earlier this year. This highly anticipated event will take place on Saturday 28th October at the riverside industrial complex, Waagnatie, featuring heavyweight headliners like Bicep, TSHA, KI/KI, and more.
The programme of events in Manchester kicks off with a much-anticipated appearance by Grammy-award winning producer Black Coffee, taking the stage at Concourse on Friday 22nd September, fresh from his Hï Ibiza residency. Throughout the season Depot Mayfield will host a range of talent, including Gorgon City, Fisher, Boiler Room’s unique line-up, Camelphat, and London label FUSE’s Halloween special. Returning for another year, Halloween at The Warehouse Project will take place on Saturday 28th October with Annie Mac, Chaos In The CBD, Dan Shake, and Sarah Story.
As the season progresses, the club series will continue to deliver diverse and exciting showcases, including a DnB and garage event presented by Worried About Henry, Crucast, and Garage People, followed by DJ Mag’s Best British DJ of the year, Patrick Topping, curating TRICK label showcase.
Finally, The Haçienda will make its grand return to Depot Mayfield on Saturday 2nd December, featuring legendary live headliners such as Ian Brown, Leftfield, Soul II Soul, Inner City, and DJ sets from David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Dimitri from Paris, and more.
With accolades like DJ Tech Reviews naming WHP as the world’s most loved club and the Public First Night Out Index 2023 ranking Manchester as one of the top cities for nightlife, we can expect another unforgettable series of events catering to diverse tastes within the dance and electronic music communities.
You can book tickets for any of the 2023 season line-up through the link below.