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The Warehouse Project is set to return to Manchester for 2018 with a stellar line-up of the hottest DJs and acts in the world heading to Store Street for one last time as the series of events is set to relocate at the end of the 2018 season. Over the years, The Warehouse Project has attracted huge names like Jamie XX and LCD Soundsystem amongst hundreds of others and has been known to always support new talent too.
The 2018 party kicks-off on 22nd September with a headline set from American DJ and Producer, Seth Troxler who we’re sure will get the infamous former air raid shelter on Shore Street dancing through the night. With many packed weeks full of sets from big names including Underworld, Pete Tong, Four Tet and Annie Mac, you don’t want to miss your chance to .
The Warehouse Project initially launched at the old Boddingtons Brewery and was hosted there for four years until 2011, when the event relocated to its current home at Store Street. In a statement, organisers said “The Warehouse Project will bid a final farewell to the infamous Store Street venue following the forthcoming 2018 season.
With Manchester in constant evolution and the zone around Store Street undergoing an incredible transformation, our time here is drawing to a natural conclusion. When WHP returned to Store Street in 2014, it was intended for one season only. Four years later we are calling time. There will be no return.
"While we are of course looking forward to the next chapter and discovering new places to dance, Store Street will forever be considered the spiritual home of The Warehouse Project by around a million people who have danced under those arches."
The Warehouse Project will also be partnering with Manchester International Festival for a series of special events at The Mayfield Depot from 3rd to 10th November. These events will run alongside the primary season and include acts like Bugzy Malone and Bicep. Alongside over 12 weeks of amazing shows, there will be closing parties throughout the Christmas period, with the New Year’s Eve extravaganza being the last ever event at the festivals current home. Music fans can bring in the new year with The Warehouse Project as the closing event will mark the end of an era, and it's set to be iconic for the Manchester music scene. The full line-up for the New Year's Eve events is set to be revealed, but we'll keep you posted with all of the latest news here at Seat Surfer.
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