The Warehouse Project just dropped the schedule for its 2023 season with high-caliber electronic music events running throughout all of September.
All of the Warehouse Project events will take place at Depot Mayfield in Manchester, a 10,000-capacity industrial venue at a former railway station.
The first of the four events revealed so far is a Repercussion one-day festival on September 16, headlined by the debut of Bicep‘s new audio-visual set, Chroma. Joining them are powerhouse international artists like Moderat, Jon Hopkins, Jayda G, Jyoty, and TSHA.
Dutch label Rush Hour will also be celebrating 25 years with a rooftop takeover.
September 23 is a drum & bass and jungle dream with a joint Metropolis and Worried About Henry party plus a celebration of 30 years of V Recordings.
Worried About Henry represents some of the biggest names in D&B including Chase & Status, Andy C, Shy FX, Sub Focus, and Dimension.
Representing the high-energy genres at the Warehouse Project Event are Wilkinson, Hybrid Minds, Bryan Gee, Dillinja, Jumpin Jack Frost, and more.
Long-running club night and record label Kaluki will also be celebrating its birthday on September 29 with Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Hot Since 82, Solardo, and Richy Ahmed.
Last is the Welcome To The Warehouse event on September 30 with Honey Dijon, The Blessed Madonna, Mall Grab, Ewan McVicar, Prospa, Ross From Friends, and Krystal Klear.
More shows will be announced soon, but general tickets go on sale May 26 at 10AM here.
Check out the full lineups released so far for The Warehouse Project 2023 season below:
Featured image by Anthony Mooney