Manchester’s The Warehouse Project has just shared its upcoming run of parties for its 2023 season, with a jam-packed schedule for the Depot Mayfield alongside a brand new, in-season international event — as WHP makes it's Belgian debut with a one-off show in Antwerp.
The 2023 season will kick off on Friday, September 22 with a special takeover from GRAMMY award-winning producer Black Coffee — who will appear alongside a slew of unannounced guests.
Manchester crowds will also be treated to a special showcase from Gorgon City on October 6, a party curated by Hï Ibiza resident Fisher - on Friday, October 13 - and the only Northern headline show from Liverpool duo Camelphat on October 21.
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Patrick Topping's TRICK will also be returning to the 10,000-capacity M1 venue for a label takeover on November 11, as well as Marco Carola's Music On and Charlotte de Witte's KNTXT will be hosting their own imprint showcases on November 17 and November 24 respectively.
London party brand FUSE is set to bring some of the best in minimal to Manchester on October 27, with Sonja Moonear, tINI, The Ghost, RPR soundsystem ( aka Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu and Raresh), Chris Stussy, Gene on Earth and more all set to appear.
While Boiler Room's WHP takeover on October 14 will feature a very special recorded live set from Overmono, alongside performances from DJ EZ, Joy Orbison + SP:MC, Moodymann, Barry Can't Swim, DJ Python, Niks, VTSS and more.
The Warehouse Project's now-legendary Halloween party is scheduled for October 28, with three stages of music provided by everyone from Annie Mac to Skream, CC:DISCO to Dusky.
Just two weeks later, a rowdy one is on the cards as bass jugganauts Worried About Henry, Crucast and Garage People are joining forces.
Following its hugely successful international debut in Rotterdam this year, WHP will once again be leaving its Manchester to host a one-off overseas party — this time, it will be making its Belgian debut in Antwerp with a very special party headlined by Belfast duo Bicep.
The last party announced today, The Haçienda Returns, will celebrate the legendary Manchester nightspot once again — with Ian Brown, Leftfield, Soul II Soul, Inner City, A Certain Ratio set to perform, and DJ sets including David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Dimitri From Paris and more.
For more information and to get hold of tickets for The Warehouse Project's 2023 season, head to thewarehouseproject.com.
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