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​The full Warehouse Project 2021 line-up has just dropped

Headliners include Four Tet, Jamie XX, Megan Thee Stallion and Disclosure

  • Gemma Ross
  • 6 July 2021
​The full Warehouse Project 2021 line-up has just dropped

The Warehouse Project is returning to Manchester in September 2021 with a slew of huge names.

Today, WHP revealed their headliners including Megan Thee Stallion, Migos, Four Tet and Chase & Status.

The eclectic mix of names will perform at what will be Europe’s largest clubbing event to go ahead since the pandemic began, following a whole year of absence.

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Running this year from September 10 until January 1, WHP21 will take place in Manchester across four months.

Other headliners that have been announced include CHIC, Eric Prydz, Jamie Jones, Rudimental LIVE, Adam Beyer, Disclosure, Annie Mac, Jamie XX and Bicep.

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On May 25, Warehouse Project announced their first wave of artists to join this year's season. For the opening event, Horse Meat Disco will play alongside Supernature and CHIC.

The second opening show, due to go ahead on September 18 will see performances from Jayda G, Floating Points, and Jordan Rakei. Subsequently, all re-opening shows have now sold out.

Depot Mayfield, the home of Warehouse Project, is a 10,000 capacity venue previously hosting the likes of Skepta, The Blessed Madonna, Slowthai, Katy B, and more. This year, Depot will once again play host to another huge line-up after a much-awaited two years.

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Pre-sale tickets for further events will go live at 10:AM on July 7 for just 48 hours. The remaining tickets will go on sale at 10:AM on Friday, July 9. Grab yours here, and watch the WHP21 launch video below.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter

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