The Warehouse Project will soon be back in full swing, with a line-up spanning four packed months.
Manchester’s renowned club series has revealed the full 2022 season, with new shows announced – including Gou Talk, Solid Grooves, Worried About Henry and the Haçienda’s 40th Anniversary.
WHP22 will kick off from Saturday 10th September with an epic one day festival, Repercussion.
One of the most in-demand artists on the scene, Peggy Gou, will land at Depot Mayfield on Friday 21st October for her only show in England after the summer – bringing her Gou Talk event series to Manchester for the very first time.
The global tastemaker has carefully curated a unique blend of artists to deliver stunning musical and cultural visions – with Laurent Garnier, Robert Hood, TSHA, Saoirse, Anz and more joining the series.
Following the success of their previous Manchester parties, one of the UK’s finest House & Techno labels Solid Grooves will welcome Michael Bibi on Friday 28th October for what will be his only UK date in the North this year.
The label showcase will also be joined by musical legends including Sven Väth, Skream, Hot Since 82 and more.
On Saturday 29th October, a Halloween special will bring some very familiar faces and sought-after names – amongst the headliners, former BBC Radio 1 legend Annie Mac, Patrick Topping, Special Request and more.
The following Friday 4th November will see a huge Worried About Henry showcase, taking over the full expanse of Depot Mayfield with an array of world class artists from the DnB scene for what will be the final drum n bass show of WHP22 – another huge line-up featuring the likes of Sub Focus, Shy FX, Netsky, Inja and more.
The Hacienda returns celebrating forty years of FAC51 on Saturday 12th November – marking its largest ever club event across four rooms.
This very special party will see electronic groups Orbital and Happy Mondays performing live, with Inner City and 808 State also headlining the show amongst other legendary acts.
“The team is so looking forward to presenting WHP free of any Covid restrictions that everyone had to deal with over the last couple of years<‘ said Sam Kandel, co-founder of The Warehouse Project.
“We can now concentrate on delivering the best WHP season to date. Musically we’ve cast the net even wider this year and so far the response has been incredible.
“We all know that Depot Mayfield is the dream location for The Warehouse Project and it’s just fantastic to be involved whilst this corner of Manchester continues to transform before our eyes.”’
Pre-sale will be available on Thursday 28th July from 10am (ticket price starts from £29.50). General sale will be available on Friday 29th July from 10am. Find out more here.