Warehouse Project Releases 2018 Programme and Tickets
Manchester’s electronic music institution, Warehouse Project, makes its return to the city’s Store Street venue for the final time in 2018, and they’ve got some seriously good music on the cards to see the old place out with a bang. They have just released their twelve-week calendar and tickets for the events, the first of which (headed by Seth Troxler, no less) we announced last week.
As always, the envelope has been pushed beyond its limits, as a host of artists are set to grace the decks. Tonnes of brands such as BBC Radio One’s Essential Mix will be celebrating their quarter-century on Friday, September 28th, and Drumcode smashing the Store Street venue on Friday, November 9th.
There are plenty of exciting curators who have stepped up to the plate and are bringing you some equally thrilling names. Daniel Avery, returns on curation duties, bringing some top talent including Dr. Rubinstein, while Jackmaster‘s efforts involve the services of Helena Hauff, Robert Hood, and DJ Stingray. As mentioned, Pete Tong‘s essential mix is 25 years old, and so will be celebrating in style at WHP 2018, with a whole bunch of artists, including Tong himself. You can also expect to see his BBC Radio 1 colleague, B.Traits, taking an appearance on the night.
The excitement doesn’t stop there, however. You’ve got the likes of Four Tet, Patrick Topping, Solardo, along with Annie Mac, TQD and My Nu Leng all taking turns to demonstrate their musical prowess, both in terms of curation and their skills behind the wheels, given that several artists are playing their own events and those of others. Great if you think you might miss your favourite artists, they may well be playing again!
Check out the full line-up for every night, and grab yourself tickets, HERE.