In recent months, the rooms of Depot Mayfield have been filled with dancing, laughter, reunion and rejoice - as thousands of music fans and partygoers congregated on its dancefloors.
The Warehouse Project has been helmed as one of the best, most electrifying nights out in the UK. It’s no wonder WHP makes so many headlines. Recently, a cheeky reveller faked a lifetime pass to try and get into the event for free and the ‘Train Guy’ from TikTok was seen having a dance to techno at Depot Mayfield. Undoubtedly, stories heard at the event and about the event will go down in history.
The past few years have been a turbulent one for the event series, as it had to take a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic.
But they did not disappoint fans. WHP has just announced an incredible lineup for their New Years Eve party, the last party that they’ll be hosting for this season. This is alongside the already announced series of final parties, including an exclusive Chemical Brothers DJ set on December 10.
But that’s not it for The Warehouse Project, they still have so much more in the lead up to NYE.
This has been confirmed alongside a special Chemical Brothers headlining party on December 10, which include performances from The Blessed Madonna, Mella Dee, HAAi, Paul Woolford vs Special Request, Errol Alkan, DJ Boring, Overmono & more.
On December 18 their closing party - Michael Bibi Presents Isolate, who will be playing unsupported in the Depot - will be taking place, special guests include Anotr, Rossko, Fleur Shore and Seth Troxler.
Attendees of these upcoming events can expect the same vibrancy, warmth and atmosphere as seen throughout the previous events that have already taken place in this WHP season. By the end of the year, 300,000 revellers would have entered the doors of The Warehouse Project.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter