Warehouse project are selling tickets for sold out shows in OP bar tomorrow

Set your alarms, kids

Tomorrow from 12pm – 4pm, The Warehouse Project will be selling tickets in Owens Park Bar.

There will be tickets to sold out shows, as well as the remaining tickets for non sold out shows, on offer without booking fees.

They are on sale tomorrow (Thursday 22nd September) afternoon in the OP bar, all you need to do is bring your student ID card and tickets are limited to four per person.

So set your alarm and roll down the tower stairs to get tickets for one of the most notorious clubbing experiences in the world.

On top of this, Warehouse Project will also be hosting a night in support of Fabric, after its recent closure.

The Warehouse Project told The Tab Manchester, “Many in the electronic music community and beyond will have been shocked by the recent revocation of Fabric’s licence by Islington Council. Amidst the many challenges currently facing nightlife industries within the UK, The Warehouse Project are supporting Fabric in their fight, renaming one of their existing nights in a show of solidarity.


“On Friday 11th November, FABRICLIVE x WHP will present Danny Brown, Wiley, Section Boyz, Clams Casino, Benji B, Oneman, Preditah and many more, with DJ Hype also added to the bill. Proceeds from the evening’s tickets will be going to the #savefabric fund.”

Fabric spoke to The Tab: “We’re thrilled to have The Warehouse Project supporting us in our fight. This an issue that directly affects every music venue in the UK, so it’s great to join forces together. Our friends up North will be hosting FABRICLIVE as a one-off event in November in support of the #saveourculture campaign.”


Tickets to FABRICLIVE X WHP are available from: www.thewarehouseproject.com. Those who have purchased tickets to the APE Birthday event will also still be valid.