The Warehouse Project is descending upon Manchester once again this autumn with an outrageously stacked list of artists. The series opens September 10 with headliner Megan Thee Stallion, followed the next night by Migos. From there, WHP21’s remaining 27 events showcase elite lineups curated by select artists, including Eric Prydz, Four Tet, Disclosure, Jamie XX, Bicep, and Nile Rodgers & Chic. Additionally, Drumcode and Defected are each slated for label takeovers in October and December, respectively.
WHP21 closes on New Year’s weekend with back-to-back shows (lineups yet to be released). Other highlights along the extensive artist list include: Amelie Lens and Charlotte De Witte on XXL night, Camelphat and Hot Since 82 presented by Radio 1 Dance, a live set from Caribou, Carl Cox and Peggy Gou offering a “Welcome To The Warehouse” before Michael Bibi and Jamie Jones the following night, and a couple drum ‘n’ bass nights with Andy C and Rudimental.
Many of the shows are already sold out, but tickets for the remaining available nights go on sale Friday, July 9. For more information about purchasing tickets and to see the full lineups, visit The Warehouse Project’s website.
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