So the new Warehouse Project season starts on September 17th with 16 weeks of partying, which unfortunately will mark the end of the legendary Store St venue after 5 years of raving in Manchester.
For those who don’t know about the Warehouse Project, WHP, they are an infamous series of club nights organised in Manhcester since 2006. It runs from September through to New Years Day each year plus occasional one off dates such as Bank Holiday weekends. It began operations in the disused Boddingtons Brewery in Strangeways, and has since moved into the Store Street venue under Picadilly train station, in a former air raid shelter, with original bare brick arches and very limited changes to give the Warehouse Project an absolutely awesome, dirty, underground rave feel.
The lineup this year is as solid as ever, with some nights already sold out. Dance Music Manchester highlights would include Armin Van Buuren headlining on the 30th September, Calvin Harris, Felix Da Housecat and Japanese Popstars on the 7th October and one the DMM lads have already booked tickets for is Carl Cox / Sven Vath on the 21st October, definitely not one to be missed.
Full listings for The Warehouse Project can be found on the WHP website.
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