Returning with a brand new venue for 2019, The Warehouse Project have dropped seven special events for their debut season at Mayfield Depot. After almost 10 years of pushing and pulling to make this venue the base camp for the events, it’s finally happening.

Aphex Twinhttps://faroutmagazine.co.uk/watch-aphex-twin-highlights-coachella-2019/ will open with the first ever fully curated show on Friday the 20th September; the musical icon making his return to the city of Manchester for the first time since 2011. Shortly followed by Disclosure on Saturday the 21st September, WHP19 have penned a huge opening weekend.

As well as the high-profile opening weekend, WHP19  have drafted in only the best in the UK electronic music scene, recruiting Skepta, Nina Kraviz, Marco Carola, Flume, Mura Masa and Chase & Status, with dozens more all locked in to perform at the first revealed events. 

Taking to Mayfield Depot, the newly established music venue and historic ex-railway depot has been abandoned since 1960. Now with a capacity of 10,000, the venue marks a huge milestone for the city’s culture scene and nightlife; creating a fresh and exciting new setting for the well-established Warehouse Project.

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