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The Warehouse Project announces first parties for 2022 season

The series will launch with an opening show featuring Bonobo (live), Caribou and SNO in August

A lazer shot above the crowd from Warehouse Project @ Depot by Rob Jones

The Warehouse Project has announced its "Reopening Sequence" of parties for its 2022 season.

The Manchester event series, which takes place at the city's 10,000-capacity Depot venue, will host a special one-off opening show with Bonobo, Caribou and SNO in August, before launching in full on 10th September with a party from Repercussion. Taking place from 2pm until 4am, the likes of Jamie XX, Little Simz, Jeff Mills, Folamour, Carista and SHERELLE are billed for performances, alongside Jamz Supernova, Soichi Terada, Nia Archives and Tash LC.

The following week on Friday 16th September, Pryda label boss Eric Prydz will take over the Depot with a number of guests, with Newcastle's Cristoph set to play all night long with Franky Wah on the Concourse. On Saturday 17th, Disclosure are headlining the Manchester venue, and hosting the likes of The Blessed Madonna, Denis Sulta, TSHA, Josey Rebelle, Sally C, Effy, and Yung Singh.

The remaining parties in the opening sequence will see a drum & bass takeover from Chase & Status, Andy C and more of the genre's biggest names, as well as a Welcome to the Warehouse party with Joseph Capriati, KiNK, The Martinez Brothers, Seth Troxler and Syreeta. The sequence will end with The Ape Birthday on 7th October, with Shy FX, Craig David, The Streets' Mike Skinner, Flava D and Fabio & Grooverider.

Pre-sale tickets will be available on Thursday 26th May from 10AM. Sign up here.

(Photo: Rob Jones)