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Warehouse Project announces full line-ups for reopening party series

Six events will take place across three weeks as the series returns

Manchester's Warehouse Project will return to its Depot Mayfield home this September, kicking off with a series of reopening parties that will stretch across three weeks.

The six events, taking place across three weekends, will mark the Warehouse Project's return after being forced to take a year out in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Beginning on Friday, 17th September, Chic & Nile Rodgers will play live, with support from Horse Meat Disco, Norman Jay, DJ Paulette and more.

The following day, Depot Mayfield will host Repercussion Festival, with a vast cast of artists playing across six areas at the venue. Among those confirmed to DJ are Floating Points, Jayda G, Laurent Garnier, DJ Koze, Ben UFO, Call Super, Anz, Moodymann, DJ Seinfeld, Josey Rebelle and Jamz Supernova. Live sets will come from George Fitzgerald, Mosey Boyd, Kamaal Williams and Soul II Soul.

Drum & bass dominates on Friday, 24th September, with Metropolis hosting the likes of Andy C, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, High Contrast, Hype & Randall, and many more. The following day, the Warehouse Project welcomes Carl Cox, Peggy Gou, The Blessed Madonna, Honey Dijon, Daniel Avery & Haai, Hunee, Skream, SHERELLE and Special Request, among plenty others.

The final weekend of the reopening series will see Eric Prydz headline on Friday, 1st October, with support from Christoph, Artbat and more. On Saturday, 2nd October, Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Michael Bibi, Seth Troxler, Kerri Chandler and the Martinez Brothers are all confirmed to DJ.

The season will continue through to New Year's Day with the Warehouse Project due to reveal full details of the rest of its line-ups for 2021 in the coming months. Find more information here.

Depot Mayfield was first used for the Warehouse Project during its 2019 season. Take a look inside the venue here.

Read DJ Mag's recent feature about how a number of nightclubs, including Depot Mayfield, have survived during the COVID-19 pandemic here.