Manchester’s Warehouse Project- Sell Outs

For 12 weeks it dominates a once diverse city, leaving little room for competition. But it nonetheless provides a regular stream of huge lineups for the last three months of the year, and since its inception in 2006 has pretty much sold out, week-in, week-out.

So it comes as little surprise to announce that tickets have run out for several dates at this year’s Warehouse Project in Manchester, before the opening night with Adam Beyer, Steve Lawler, Joris Voorn and Jamie Jones has even arrived. The events you’ll now miss if you haven’t already bagged a ticket are the October 1st Boys Noize Records party, Kelis and Calvin Harris the next day on the 2nd and Thrasher with Martyn, Joker, Magnetic Man and Flying Lotus on October 29th.

If you’re still interested in getting up north for a taste of the action, December 15th should now be high on the agenda. Along with Simian Mobile Disco, Andrew Weatherall vs Ivan Smagghe, Aeroplane and live performances from Hercules & Love Affair and Holy Ghost, Spectral Sound and Ghostly International’s Matthew Dear will now be playing records, which means tough, punchy, groove-driven techno will accompany a soundtrack that should put the e in electro and the disco in disco-not-disco.

For details of all the line-ups, tickets and the latest news visit The Warehouse Project online.