The Warehouse Project confirms it’s returning this September

Tickets go on sale from 10am this Thursday

After a long two year break, The Warehouse Project is finally returning to its home at Depot Mayfield from September. The iconic Manchester club night will be running a full season of shows starting on Friday 17th September through till New Years Day.

Last year the legendary club night was ranked 11th best in the entire world and after so long to prepare we’re sure this year will be even better.

Amongst the lineup are Eric Prydz, Nile Rodgers, Peggy Gou, and The Blessed Madonna, with more set to be announced across the coming weeks.

Tickets go on sale from 10am this Thursday 27th May, although you still have a chance to sign up for pre-sale here until midnight tonight.

WHP’s sheer scale and chaos remain unmatched in the Manchester nightlife scene, so tickets are bound to sell out fast. If you’ve already missed out on Parklife you might not want to make that same mistake twice.

A full lineup for the first six shows from the 17th September up till the 2nd October is available here .

All images via The Warehouse Project

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