The Warehouse Project (WHP) has released the first run of shows for its Autumn series after announcing its new 10,000 capacity venue, Depot.
Having held its final season in Store Street last year, WHP's new home is a disused railway depot abandoned since 1960, and is being transformed into a multi-facetted venue, beginning with Manchester's Gay Pride in August before WHP takes over from 20th September to 23rd November.
The opening party, which takes place on Friday 20th September, will be curated by Aphex Twin, who'll be joined by Nina Kraviz, Lee Gamble and 33EMYBW, who makes her European debut. Rian Treanor, Zuli and Aleksi Parala have also been announced for the Aphex Twin Curates party.
With a huge opening weekender, the party continues on Saturday 21st September with Welcome To Mayfield. Disclosure and Maribou State top the bill, alongside WHP regulars Annie Mac, Denis Sulta, Mella Dee and Skream.
Among other takeovers are WHP x Kaluki, Metropolis & Wah, Mura Masa and Flume, who's special guests are yet to be announced.
The season will finish up on Saturday 23rd November, with Skepta, Octavian, Sherelle and more, with the Winter line-ups yet to be revealed.
The Warehouse Project takes place in Manchester from mid-September through to January 1st each year. Read our 2018 feature about the impact the series, and the Store Street location, has had on UK club culture here.
Register for the 2019 season of The Warehouse Project and check out the announcement video below.
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