Warehouse Project announces full programme for 2023 season

Warehouse Project announces full programme for 2023 season

The Warehouse Project has shared the full programme for its 2022 season.

After announcing the reopening parties earlier this summer, which featured names like Bicep with their new Chroma (Audio/visual DJ Set) show, Moderat, Kerry Chandler, Jon Hopkins, TSHA (Live), and Joy Orbison, the Depot Mayfield institution has confirmed the rest of the parties set to take place from October.

Fresh off his Hï Ibiza residency, Black Coffee will make his first appearance at The Warehouse Project on 22nd September, while Gorgon City are set to present a special showcase on 6th October as part of their Salvation tour.

Fisher will return to the Depot Mayfield on 13th October for a headline show, while Boiler Room will round out the stacked weekend with their biggest Manchester show to date on 14th October. The line-up will include Overmono, who will be broadcasted live, Barry Can’t Swim, Joy Orbison, Moodymann, VTSS, and plenty more.

The following week, on 21st October, Camelphat will return for their only Northern headline show of 2023 with a specially curated line-up including Ben Böhmer (live), Rebūke and Layla Benitez. London label FUSE will take over on 22nd October with their biggest ever UK showcase and annual Halloween special, featuring Enzo Siragusa, Apollonia, RPR Soundsystem (Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu, Raresh), Chris Stussy, and Sonja Moonear.

Halloween at The Warehouse Project is also set to return for another year on Saturday 28th October with Annie Mac, Chaos In The CBD, Dan Shake, Sarah Story, and more. This will be followed by a link-up between Worried About Henry, Crucast and Garage People for a DnB and garage showcase on 10th November, featuring Andy C, Sub Focus, Crucast, Skepsis + AD, Flava D, and more.

On 11th November, DJ Mag’s Best of British Awards Best DJ 2022 winner Patrick Topping will make his return to Depot Mayfield with a TRICK label showcase featuring Green Velvet, Alan Fitzpatrick, Hannah Laing, Schak, and more. Set to be another huge homecoming show, The Haçienda is also returning to Depot Mayfield on 2nd December with a string of live headliners including Ian Brown, Leftfield, Soul II Soul, and A Certain Ratio, alongside DJ sets from David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Dimitri From Paris, and more.

New for the 2023 season, The Warehouse Project will also expand its in-season run with an international debut show in Antwerp, Belgium. The event will take over the riverside industrial complex, Waagnatie, on Saturday 28th October and welcome headliners including Bicep, TSHA, KI/KI, and more.

The full programme for the 2023 season is available here.

Pre-sale tickets go live at 10am on Thursday 27th July – sign up and find out more here. General tickets will be available from 10am on Friday 28th July.

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