The Warehouse Project reveal new venue and star lineup for 2019 edition – how to get tickets


Organisers of The Warehouse Project have finally confirmed their new location – after moving from their original Store Street location in the city.

A new series of events for 2019 will take place at the Depot (the old Mayfield train depot) which has a capacity for 10,000 clubbers.

And to herald its new location, bosses have secured some of the most sought-after names in music for its autumn season, with seven special events.

The likes of Aphex Twin (his first ever curated show), Skepta, Disclosure, Nina Kraviz, Chase and Status and Marco Carola have all been announced for the new series which will run in September, October and November.

WHP co-founder, Sam Kandel says: “What’s happening down at Mayfield with the launch of the Depot venue is a huge moment for the whole of Manchester. There are a huge number of people and various different institutions and networks working in true collaboration to make this a reality.

“We are so grateful that WHP can play its part. After nearly ten years of pushing and pulling to make this place base camp for WHP it’s finally happening. We can’t wait.”

The new space, a disused railway depot abandoned since 1960, is being transformed into a one-of-a-kind entertainment and arts venue, marking a huge milestone for the city’s culture scene and simultaneously creating a cavernous new setting for the The Warehouse Project on Fairfield Street, just next to Piccadilly Train Station.

How to get tickets

Tickets for the 2019 season in the new Depot location go on sale from Thursday, June 27th at 9am.  For tickets, see

Acts and dates confirmed

Friday 20th September – Aphex Twin curates; Aphex Twin, Nina Kraviz, Aleksi Perala, Lee Gamble, 33EMYBW (European debut), Rian Treanor, Kyoka, Zuli, SOS Gunver Ryberg, Renick Bell, Acre, Szare, Croww

Saturday 21st September – Welcome to Mayfield; Disclosure, Maribou State (live), Annie Mac, Dennis Sulta, Mall Grab, Skream, Krystal Klear, Mella Dee, Krystal Klear, DJ Seinfeld, Paul Woolford, Baba Stiltz, Leon Vynehall, Moxie Kettama, Prospa, Dan Shake, Sherelle, Jaguar,
Tsha, Krykso, Greg Lord, Zutekh DJs

Saturday 28th September – Warehouse Project and Kaluki presents: Marco Carola, Loco Dice, Apollonia, Pirate Copy & De La Swing, Pete Zorba & Calvin Clarke; Archive: Maceo Plex, Anna, Joy Orbison, Italo Jonhson, Olli Ryder & Luke Welsh; Concourse: Richy Ahmed,
Skream, Waff, Joey Daniels, Ben Sterling, Alisha

Saturday 5th October – Metropolis and Wah; Chase & Status Dj, Barely Legal, Bassboy, Chimpo, Danny Bird, Darkzy, David Rodigan, DJ Zinc, Dub Phizix & Strategy, Emerald, Friction, Holy Goof, Hybrid Minds, Indika, K Motionz, Laz Cru, Levelz, Mark XTC b2b Exile, Mollie Collins b2b North Base, My Nu Leng, Notion, Rich Reason?, Sasasas, TS7, Voltage B2b Bou, MCs in all rooms

Friday 18th October – Mura Masa presents Youth Collage; Nao, Black Midi, Flohio, Joy Orbison, Special Request, Jacques Greene, Vegyn, Tsha, Jadu Heart, Blehrin, Now Wave DJs

Wednesday 13th November – Flume plus special guests

credit: Olivia Rose

Saturday 23rd November – Skepta, Octavian, Flohio, Miraa May, Tiffany Calver, Sherelle, Maximum, Places + Faces, M hunch, Chlobocop, Metro Dome, Yung omz, Jaykae, Black Josh


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