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The Warehouse Project is moving

Manchester event is moving after second re-location

The Warehouse Project is moving to a new venue after four years.

The 12 week event, which is held in Shore Street every year, will be setting up shop elsewhere in the city. A new venue is as of yet to be announced.

The former air raid shelter was the club’s second home after launching at the old Boddingtons brewery, and was based there from 2007 to 2011.

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It later moved to Victoria Warehouse before returning to Store Street in 2014, where it has been based ever since.

A statement from the organisers reads:The Warehouse Project will bid a final farewell to the infamous Store Street venue following the forthcoming 2018 season.

With Manchester in constant evolution and the zone around Store Street undergoing incredible transformation, our time here is drawing to a natural conclusion. When WHP returned to Store Street in 2014 it was intended for one season only.. Four years later we are calling time. There will be no return.

“Whilst we are of course looking forward to the next chapter and discovering new places to dance, Store Street will forever be considered the spiritual home of The Warehouse Project by around a million people who have danced under those arches.”

The 2018 season will open with a huge party headlined by Seth Troxler on September 22. The full 12-week line up will be revealed tomorrow.

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For more information head to the WHP’s official website.

LCD Soundsystem, Jamie xx and Chase and Status were among the artists who performed at the event last year.

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