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The Warehouse Project announces full programme for 2022 season

 Gou Talk, Solid Grooves and the Haçienda’s 40th Anniversary are all headed to Manchester this year

WHP Manchester in November 2018 - Rob Jones

The Warehouse Project has shared the full programme for its 2022 season.

After announcing the reopening series last month, which featured names like SHERELLE, Jeff Mills, Yung Singh, TSHA, Andy C, Disclosure and Little Simz, the Depot Mayfield event has confirmed the rest of the parties set to take place from October.

On Friday 21st October, Peggy Gou's Gou Talk will take over the 10,000-capacity Depot, with the South Korean DJ, producer and label head joined by names like Laurent Garnier, Robert Hood, TSHA, Saoirse and Anz.

The following weekend, on the 28th October, Michael Bibi and PAWSA's Solid Grooves bring the likes of Skream, Hot Since 82, Lindsey Matthews and Traumer to Manchester, before a BBC Radio 1 special on the 29th with Annie Mac, Ewan McVicar, Emerald, LF System, Patrick Topping and Nia Archives.

The final two new events to be announced include a showcase from drum & bass crew Worried About Henry featuring Sub Focus, Shy FX and more. The Hacienda also returns to the northern city to celebrate 40 years of FAC51 on Saturday 12th November with Orbital, Happy Mondays, Inner City and 808 State.

Pre-sale will be available on Thursday 28th July from 10AM (ticket price starts from £29.50) - sign up and see the full Autumn/Winter line-ups for the WHP here. General sale will be available on Friday 29th July from 10AM.

(Photo: Rob Jones)