Depot Mayfield is gearing up to welcome the return of XXL, the UK’s most extensive indoor techno experience this autumn. The Warehouse Project, in conjunction with Teletech and Lo-Fi, has announced the third edition of the event is to take place on Saturday 7th October.
XXL has cemented its reputation through previous editions, known for pushing the boundaries of music production and curating unrivalled rave experiences. As the flagbearer of the WHP23 series, this year’s show aims to uphold this reputation and deliver another memorable event for the UK’s techno scene.
The forthcoming twelve-hour event is set to utilise the full scale of Depot Mayfield, sprawling over four stages. The line-up includes a mix of seasoned veterans and rising stars in the techno realm, boasting names like 999999999, Reinier Zonneveld, and Vladimir Dubyshkin, all of whom will deliver live sets. Fans can also anticipate DJ sets from Kobosil, I Hate Models, DJ Heartstring, KI/KI, blk., Nina Kraviz, Paula Temple b2b SNTS, and Shlømo b2b Sara Landry. Further additions to the line-up are yet to be announced.
Pre-sale ticket sales will open on Wednesday, 28th June at 10am. General ticket sales will commence the following day, on Thursday, 29th June at 10am.
Other confirmed shows from The Warehouse Project include Repercussion, DnB Festival, Kaluki Birthday, and Welcome To The Warehouse. Further announcements regarding the WHP23 season shows are expected in the coming weeks.
This autumn’s XXL at Depot Mayfield is anticipated to be a pinnacle event for Manchester’s thriving techno scene.
Pre-sale ticket sales go live on Thursday 29th June from 10am.
General ticket sales go live on Friday 30th June from 10am.
Tickets and updates available at www.thewarehouseproject.com/calendar.