UK’s ‘The Warehouse Project’ Reveals Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones & Carl Cox

Announcing six line-ups from its 2021 season, the Manchester based event will run parties between September and New Year’s Day.

The Warehouse Project is one of the UK’s biggest clubbing events.

Each year the Manchester-based event runs a series of electronic music parties with line-ups that rival those of a small festival, and they have just announced details of their 2021 season.

Starting on the 17th of September they will run regular events until New Year’s Day 2022, but so far they have only announced six of their line-ups.

Presumably, they are going to drip feed the info on their parties to build hype, but also allow themselves to keep flexible while the COVID pandemic is still causing travel restrictions, which could make it hard for them to book some acts from outside of the UK.

The events revealed so far include headliners Nile Rodgers & Chic on the opening night, then the Repercussion Festival on the 18th of September with DJ Shadow and Josey Rebelle.

On the 24th of September, there is a drum and bass party hosted by Metropolis with DJs including Andy C and Sub Focus.

There is also a two-part, in-house event called Welcome To The Warehouse on September 25th featuring Carl Cox plus Honey Dijon, and on October 2nd they have the second part with Jamie Jones and Cassy.

On the 1st of October, they have Eric Prydz presents, also including Artbat and Reinier Zonneveld.

The events will be held at the Depot Mayfield warehouse, and the rest of the season will be revealed in the coming weeks.

Pre-sale tickets go on sale at 10 am GMT on Wednesday the 25th of May, and the general release is at 10 am GMT on Thursday the 26th of May.

You can order tickets from HERE


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