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Warehouse Project Announces Line-up For Opening Show

Manchester’s most exciting electronic music series, Warehouse Project, has just announced the first of its shows for the opening weekend, due to take place from Saturday, September 22nd.

Store Street will be the venue for the party, which has been the location for several years now, although there are expected to be a number of offshoot venues announced when the full calendar is released at a later date.

The Piccadilly venue will be hosting some of dance music’s most well-respected and prolific artists, both established and emerging, for their launch party, titled Welcome to the Warehouse. This will undoubtedly be built upon as more artists are announced for the 12-week electronic music event, which leads to curators proudly stating that “For twelve weeks, the city is ours”.

So, who can you be expecting to see on the line-up for the first date on the WHP calendar? Well, they’ve gone all-out, as usual. First up is Seth Troxler, a festival favourite and a demon when it comes to house music. Ditto with Dixon, who can bring a tougher edge to the house sound he permeates.

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Peggy Gou, a rising star on the current scene, will be in attendance, helped along by Mall Grab and, if you fancy a bit of back-to-back action, then Roman Flugel and Midland will be on hand to provide it. DJ Seinfeld and Call Super are also confirmed to play.

Manchester’s rising star, Willow, is down to play, and you can catch a load of the ridiculously good Or:la at the event, too. The line-up is completed by more locals, including Krysko & Greg Lord, and the Zutekh DJs.

If you want tickets, you can get yours here, but be quick because WHP tickets sell out…fast. They go on sale at 9am Friday, July 20th.


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