Manchester's Warehouse Project has locked in two huge lineups for its New Year's Eve and New Year's Day events, with names including Bicep, The Black Madonna, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Hunee, Hannah Wants, Disciples, and Midland, to name but a few.
31st December, New Year's Eve, sees the doors open from 8PM through 5AM, and Hannah Wants headline. Disciples, Bondax, Low Steppa, Icarus, Friend Within, Denney, Mak & Pasteman, Klose One, Gotsome, Del-30, Rich Reason and Versus are also on the cards for the bass-heavy affair.
Meanwhile New Year's Day, 1st January 2018- usually amongst the venue's biggest, busiest, and most debauched- will run for 12 straight hours (5PM-5AM), and boasts Irish duo Bicep, who have been touring their self-titled acclaimed debut album, top the list.
The Black Madonna, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Hunee, Daniel Avery, George Fitzgerald, Midland, Denis Sulta, Peggy Gou, Tom Trago, Shanti Celeste, Kim Ann Foxman, DJ Seinfeld, Lone, Overmono (Tessela and Truss), Baba Stiltz, OR:LA, Krysko, Greg Lord, Zutekh and High Hoops DJs will also play. Tickets go on sale this Friday, 3rd November, at 9AM via The Warehouse Project website.
In addition to the end of year bashes, The Warehouse Project has also announced to further dates. Friday 29th December 2017 sees East Everything headlining Kaluki, with Steve Lawler, Richy Ahmed, Darius Syrossian, and more. Then Saturday 30th December is Fac 52 - The Haciendas, with none other than Danny Tenaglia in charge, alongside Todd Terry, Kevin Saunderson, Graeme Park and A Guy Called Gerald.
Don't forget, DJ Mag will be hosting the premiere of Javi Senz's new documentary, 'Manchester Keeps On Dancing', at the Rio Cinema in Dalston, London, this Saturday 4th November, which charts the rise and rise of clubbing in the city as told through local heroes and affiliated legends.
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