Manchester’s Warehouse Project has announced its full line-up for 2022.
The annual live music and clubnight series is set to return on September 10 with the Repercussion day festival. Later that month, it’ll host a performance from Eric Prydz before a Radio 1 Dance takeover on October 14.
In November, WHP will mark the 40th anniversary of Manchester’s legendary Haçienda club with a special event featuring performances from Orbital, Happy Mondays, 808 State and more. A host of DJs are also lined up to play that night.
Tickets go on general sale at 10am BST tomorrow (July 29) – you’ll be able to purchase yours from here. A pre-sale began at the same time this morning (July 28).
WHP22 /// THE FULL SEASON REVEALED
Pre-sale: 10AM Thursday 28th July
General Sale: 10AM Friday 29th July [Subject To Demand]
WIN – RT for the chance to win a full WHP Season Pass.
Registration is only available until midnight Wednesday.
— The Warehouse Project (@WHP_Mcr) July 27, 2022
Sam Kandel, co-founder of The Warehouse Project, explained: “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.”
Additionally, the WHP’s venue Depot Mayfield will stage The National’s previously-announced Manchester headline gig on August 27 following an opening joint concert from Bonobo and Caribou the previous evening (August 26).