The Warehouse project calendar is one of the most highly anticipated schedule releases in Europe, let alone the UK. Taking to the streets of Manchester every winter, the clubbing series has gained a reputation for attracting the most exclusive artists from a variety of genres, spanning house and techno to drum and bass and grime.

Alongside releasing their winter calendar of events, WHP also dropped a huge bombshell by announcing that this year’s series will be the final one at Store Street - a former air raid shelter beneath Piccadilly Train Station that has become synonymous as the event brand’s home over the years.

WHP founders Sacha Lord and Sam Kandel said they are excited at the prospect of 'discovering new places to dance' as their time at Store Street comes to an end - a venue they consider to be the club's 'spiritual home’.

With it being the final year at Store Street, this year’s series promises to be an unmissable climatic finale, with the likes of Andy C, Deadmau5, Annie Mac, MK, Above & Beyond, Four Tet and DJ EZ all making appearances.

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The winter programme also includes a variety of unique shows at other venues around Manchester, including a live show from legendary house and techno producer Sasha at the O2 Apollo - where he will perform his Refracted show alongside a percussionist, live vocalists and an eight-piece string section, and an interesting live show concept courtesy of Ross from Friends at Gorilla nightclub.

It’s the closing of a historic chapter in WHP’s life, but what will come next is both mysterious and exciting. Tickets for this year’s series are on sale now and expected to go very quickly. 

Take a look at the entire calendar of events here.




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