Alright ladies and gents, pack your bags because the clubbing scene is about to make its highly anticipated return to Manchester’s Depot Mayfield in September THIS YEAR… You heard that right!
WHP21 /// BICEP – LIVE
— The Warehouse Project (@WHP_Mcr) July 7, 2021
And for those of you looking to swoop up the tickets, you better be quick, because earlier events announced in May have already sold out, so demand is fierce ahead of the pre-sale tomorrow, July 7.
The news of the line-up comes shortly after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that nightclubs and other venues can fully open again without social distancing requirements on July 19.
The WHP21 season is now revealed. Head to the website to view the full calendar.
For a chance to win a season pass @ 3 friends & retweet.
Pre-sale 10am Wednesday
Subject to availability general Sale 10am Friday.
— The Warehouse Project (@WHP_Mcr) July 6, 2021
As the press release reads, ‘The Warehouse Project’s 2021 season marks the long-awaited return to the dancefloor that everyone has been waiting for. Defining moments and shared experiences with everyone under one roof again for a full-spectrum of music and cultural immersion,’.
The event runs from September 10 until January 1, with headliners including the likes of Megan Thee Stallion, Migos, Four Tet, Chase & Status, and more. Stallion will be kicking off the events with Tion Wayne, Princess Nokia, Shygirl, and Jordss on September 10.
— The Vinyl Factory (@TheVinylFactory) July 7, 2021
CHIC, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones, Rudimental LIVE, Adam Beyer, Disclosure, Annie Mac, Jamie XX, and Bicep will also perform over the course of the season. The season will then close with a New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day show, the line-ups of which have yet to be announced.
To check out the full calendar of events, or to register for tickets, visit: https://www.thewarehouseproject.com/calendar