Skrillex, Bloc Party head up Manchester's new Warehouse Project season

The Chemical Brothers, Animal Collective, Diplo are also set to play the Victoria Warehouse

Skrillex, Bloc Party head up Manchester's new Warehouse Project season

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Skrillex has announced a one-off UK show as part of Manchester's Warehouse Project's new 12 week long season.

The dubstep DJ will appear at the new Victoria Warehouse venue on December 6. Tickets are on sale now.

Bloc Party will also be curating an evening at the venue, on October 19, appearing alongside Theme Park.

Also appearing at the Warehouse Project over the coming months are Katy B, Skream, Diplo and Lianna La Havas (September 28), SBTRKT, Four Tet and Caribou (October 6) and Boys Noize, Simian Mobile Disco and Erol Alkan (October 12).

Doom, Mark Ronson, Benga and Zane Lowe will appear on October 13 whilst Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs curate a Halloween special on October 26, with John Talabot, Factory Floor, The 2 Bears and Jack Savidge (Friendly Fires) and Edwin Congreave (Foals).

Chase & Status appear on November 3 followed by Animal Collective on November 8, Flying Lotus, Squarepusher and Jamie xx on November 9 and Magnetic Man on November 30.

Orbital head up December 1, and the Chemical Brothers on December 8, with former LCD Soundsystem man James Murphy.

The Warehouse Project closes on January 1, 2013. For more information visit: Thewarehouseproject.com

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