What is The Warehouse Project 2021?

What is The Warehouse Project 2021?

The Warehouse Project, or WHP as it’s commonly known, is a series of club nights that take place between September and January. Held each year in Manchester, these events feature producers, artists, bands and DJs from diverse genres of electronic music.

How long is Warehouse Project?

The Warehouse Project is a series of club nights organised in Greater Manchester, England, since 2006. Unlike most other clubs, it has a limited seasonal approach rather than running all year. Each year’s season runs from September through to New Years Day, plus occasional one off dates such as Bank Holiday weekends.

Is The Warehouse Project cold?

It’s basically outside – the Warehouses are 80s-type buidings you would see by a railway line etc.. nothing achitecturally interesting/atmospheric. As a result of this it can be cold (almost certainly will be freezing on NYE) although it warms up if get towards the middle and dance.

What time is WHP last entry?

Last entry for The Warehouse Project is usually at half 10 and there is no re-entry. This means getting down early but do not worry, there will always be artists playing in one of the two rooms at the WHP so you won’t have to worry about standing around being bored.

Is Warehouse Project a rave?

Depot is home to The Warehouse Project (WHP), widely known as the UK’s spiritual home of rave, who’ll be hosting the free event alongside global lifestyle brand Highsnobiety and British streetwear retailer, size?.

Where in Manchester is WHP?

What is the address for The Warehouse Project? What is the nearest station to WHP? The venue can be found directly below Manchester Piccadilly train station and Metrolink. Manchester Piccadilly is easily accessible from many parts of the country.

Do you get ID at Warehouse Project?

All customers must be over the age of 18yrs old and will need to show valid ID upon entry and also at the bars. WHP operates a Challenge 25 policy and refusal system. If you look under the age of 25 then the bar staff will ask you to prove that you are over 18yrs old.

Can you smoke inside warehouse project?

You can’t smoke anymore, and if we can’t listen to music… I’m not saying we should play music at 140DBs, I would never do that, but we already have a restriction in France, which is OK. It’s not nice, because the way it works is after ten minutes peaking above the system goes down.

Is Warehouse Project strict on ID?

The WHP has a strictly over-18s policy and this is rigorously observed at the entrance and the bars. Bring recognised ID with you to avoid disappointment: a passport or driver’s license should do it. There’s a dress code of sorts at the venue – casual but not scruffy.

How strict is Warehouse Project last entry?

Last entry is strictly 9pm. playing twice, quality. Tbf with a line up like that you wanna get in early doors!

Is The Warehouse Project Closing down?

Repercussion, the festival that opened The Warehouse Project season, has also been confirmed to make a return to one of the city’s most emblematic pubs, The Star & Garter on January 1st….Mobile:

Type of Ticket Price Qty
Tier 2 £45.00 Face Value Ages 18+ £49.50 (£45.00 + bf) SOLD OUT

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When is disclosure at Manchester’s Warehouse Project 2021?

Elsewhere, at the Warehouse Project, Disclosure will be joined by India Jordan and more on October 23 for a special show, before the season wraps up on December 27 with a Kaluki 15th birthday celebration. See the full list of shows for Manchester’s Warehouse Project 2021 below:

Who are the acts at Warehouse Project 2018?

Among the acts heading to Warehouse Project at the Mayfield Depot in Manchester this year are Megan Thee Stallion, Jamie xx, Disclosure, Migos, Caribou, Four Tet and many, many more. The series kicks off with a show from Megan Thee Stallion alongside Princess Nokia, Shygirl and more on September 10.

When are Nile Rodgers&Chic playing at the warehouse?

Nile Rodgers & Chic then play on Friday September 17, with the likes of Peggy Gou and Daniel Avery playing part one of the ‘Welcome To The Warehouse’ weekend on September 25.