Manchester’s renowned music event, The Warehouse Project, has unveiled an exciting and diverse lineup for its highly anticipated 2023 season. Promising an array of memorable parties and a new international venture, the Depot Mayfield will come alive with an unparalleled atmosphere.
The season commences on September 22 with a special takeover by the GRAMMY award-winning producer, Black Coffee, accompanied by a stellar lineup of surprise guests. Gorgon City will grace the stage on October 6 for a captivating showcase, while Hï Ibiza resident Fisher curates a party on October 13 that promises an electrifying experience. Furthermore, Liverpool duo Camelphat will headline their only Northern show on October 21, making it a night to remember.
The TRICK label takeover by Patrick Topping on November 11 and imprint showcases from Marco Carola’s Music On on November 17 and Charlotte de Witte’s KNTXT on November 24 are eagerly awaited events. London’s FUSE brings the best of minimal music to Manchester on October 27, with a star-studded lineup featuring Sonja Moonear, tINI, The Ghost, RPR soundsystem, Chris Stussy, Gene on Earth, and more.
Boiler Room’s takeover on October 14 boasts a special recorded live set from Overmono, along with performances from DJ EZ, Joy Orbison + SP:MC, Moodymann, Barry Can’t Swim, DJ Python, Niks, VTSS, and others.
As Halloween approaches, The Warehouse Project’s legendary Halloween party on October 28 will showcase three stages of music with headliners like Annie Mac, Skream, CC:DISCO, and Dusky. The following weeks promise an intense bass-heavy night as Worried About Henry, Crucast, and Garage People unite for an unforgettable experience.
Taking its success overseas, The Warehouse Project will make its Belgian debut in Antwerp with a very special party headlined by the talented duo Bicep. Additionally, The Haçienda Returns will celebrate the iconic Manchester nightspot, featuring performances by Ian Brown, Leftfield, Soul II Soul, Inner City, A Certain Ratio, and captivating DJ sets by David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Dimitri From Paris, and more.
The 2023 season of The Warehouse Project offers an unparalleled musical journey and a blend of diverse experiences, cementing its status as a premier music event on the global stage.
Written by: Artificial Intelligence Technology