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The Warehouse Project in Manchester unveils massive 2017 calendar

Everything from Ricardo Villalobos, Chemical Brothers and Sasha & Digweed, to Hannah Wants and RAM Records...

The Warehouse Project — one f the UK’s standard setting venues — has now confirmed its full diary for autumn’s ten-week season, with a long list of heavyweights ready to pack out Store Street, a car park-turned rave haven located beneath Manchester’s Piccadilly Railway Station. 

The Warehouse Project 2017 will run from 16th September until New Year’s Day 2018, opening with two LCD Soundsystem shows (16th and 17th September). Both sold out faster than anyone could say ‘thank god James Murphy and friends have made a new album and are touring again’, although there’s plenty more to look forward to at the esteemed address. 

Welcome To The Warehouse kicks things off on Friday 22nd September, when The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything, Patrick Topping B2B Richy Ahmed, Solardo, and more are scheduled to smash it out. The following night, Ricardo Villalobos is joined by Seth Troxler, Ben Klock, Bicep, Raresh, and Midland, to name but a few. 

From then on every week looks essential, with highlights including Hannah Wants (29th September), Floating Points (30th September), two dates from Annie Mac (6th & 7th October), 25 Years of RAM with Andy C (27th October), Adam Beyer & Drumcode (3rd November), Dekmantel featuring Marcel Dettmann, Robert Hood, and Fatima Yamaha (10th November), Bicep live (18th November), Sasha & John Digweed (1st December), Love International with Larry Heard, Laurent Garnier, and Joy Orbison (2nd December), Nina Kraviz’s ТРИП with Jeff Mills (8th December), and The Chemical Brothers (9th December). 

Tickets go on sale Friday 21st July at 9AM via The Warehouse Project website, and our advice is to act fast if you want to see why DJ Mag readers voted this the 11th best club in the world last year.