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Warehouse Project Manchester unveils its full 2022 line-up

The season includes the likes of Peggy Gou, a Solid Grooves Michael Bibi debut and the venue's staple Halloween showcase

  • Becky Buckle
  • 27 July 2022
Warehouse Project Manchester unveils its full 2022 line-up

Manchester’s Warehouse Project has just dropped its full 2022 season line-up.

Kicking off with day festival Repercussion on September 10, the partying continues through to November 5 with LGBTQI+ day and night event Homobloc.

A standout show will be Peggy Gou’s Gou Talk. Named after her 2015 track, Gou Talk will be make its debut at the Depot Mayfield on October 21 and mark Gou's only show in England for the rest of this year after summer.

Joining for former Mixmag cover star on the bill will be all-time dance music greats such as Laurent Garnier and Robert Hood, as well as a selection of the most exciting DJs in the game, including TSHA, Saoirse, ANZ, Job Jobse and Ryan Elliott.

Read this next: Homobloc locks in Róisín Murphy and Honey Dijon for 14-hour party at Depot Mayfield

Michael Bibi will welcome Solid Grooves on October 28 showcasing acts such as Kerri Chandler, Skream and Hot Since 82.

The next day, on October 29, a Halloween special will have Annie Mac, Patrick Topping, Denis Sulta, Special Request among those performing.

For the drum ‘n’ bass lovers, a Worried About Henry showcase will take over the Depot Mayfield on November 4 with the likes of Sub Focus, Shy FX, Netsky, Inja and more.

Also in November, WHP will celebrate the 40th anniversary party of legendary Manchester clubbing institution Haçienda with headline acts of electronic groups Orbital and Happy Mondays as well as Inner City and 808 State.

Many other parties will also be running this season from Eric Prydz to the techno-heavy XXL party to the Disclosure-headlined Return to the Depot.

Read this next: The Warehouse Project is one of the world's best clubbing experiences — and these pictures prove it

Sam Kandel, co-founder of The Warehouse Project, said: "The team is so looking forward to presenting WHP free of any covid restrictions that everyone had to deal with over the last couple of years. We can now concentrate on delivering the best WHP season to date.

"Musically we’ve cast the net even wider this year and so far the response has been incredible. We all know that Depot Mayfield is the dream location for The Warehouse Project and it’s just fantastic to be involved whilst this corner of Manchester continues to transform before our eyes."

Pre-sale will be available at 10:AM on July 28, with ticket prices starting from £30. General sale will be available the next day from 10:AM.

View the full calendar of events here and get tickets here.

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