Manchester-based clubbing institution, The Warehouse Project, recently announced its reopening sequence for 2022, with details of six shows going on sale this week.
The brand has always curated world-class line-ups each year and this time is no exception with the Repercussion festival acting as the curtain-raiser on Saturday 10 September, featuring an eclectic mix of artists. The show, which will be a music extravaganza running from the early afternoon until the following morning, has a good representation from several genres, including drum and bass sensation Nia Archives alongside techno pioneer Jeff Mills.
The following weekend it will be the turn of Eric Prydz to take centre stage and mesmerise the crowds with his ethereal visuals and equally scintillating turntable exploits. If that wasn’t tempting enough Franky Wah and Cristoph will be joining forces over at the concourse stage for a marathon house and techno voyage.
For those who like drum and bass there are two jam-packed shows, with Metropolis pulling out all the stops on Friday 23rd September. The event is one that you simply cannot afford to miss as stalwarts such as Andy C and Chase & Status will be heading to the north-west. The clashes are likely to cause splitting headaches for ravers as the concourse stage is dedicated to some of the most thunderous B2B sets you will ever encounter, for example Turno B2B Hedex B2B Voltage.
A fortnight later there will be another collection of outstanding selectors as the likes of Fabio & Grooverider, Dillinja, and Wilkinson to name just a few will be in Manchester for the Ape Birthday.
To grab your tickets, head to the WHP website.
The full WHP 2022 schedule will be revealed in the coming weeks.
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