The Warehouse Project to bring Maceo Plex, Helena Hauff, and more for New Year’s Day

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The Warehouse Project has unveiled its full lineup for New Year’s Day at The Depot. The all-day event will feature Maceo Plex, Helena Hauff, Seth Troxler, and Octa Octa. George FitzGerald, Joy Orbison, and Folamour are a few among many acts that are also locked in for the New Year’s Day celebration.

The WHP closing party announcement follows the New Year’s Eve lineup reveal which welcomes Annic Mac, Rudimental, Hannah Wants, and more to its roster. Holding its 2019 iteration at new venue The Depot, the legendary Manchester party has hosted top-tier electronic festivities since Sept. 20 and will come to a grandiose conclusion on Jan. 1, 2020—racking up a cumulative 28 events. WHP has already seen performances from Aphex Twin, Skrillex, Skepta, and numerous more from the spectrum of electronic talent.

Previous WHP 2019 customers will receive the opportunity to grab £10 tickets for the NYD closing party. The exclusive price tier comes as a gesture of goodwill to the nearly 250,000 attendees.

Tickets start at £29.50 and are available here.

H/T: Mixmag

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The Warehouse Project unveils full lineup for 2019 edition: Four Tet b2b Skrillex, Goldie, Diplo, and more

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The Warehouse Project has unveiled its full lineup for its 2019 iteration, announcing a new wave of acts including Four Tet, Skrillex, Goldie, Diplo, Underworld, and many more. Manchester’s legendary party series will return September 20, 2019 and run through January 1, 2020 — hosting 28 events in total featuring some of the best offerings from electronic music. This year, The Warehouse Project will take place at newly-launched, 10,000 capacity venue The Depot.

Opening weekend September 20-21 features Aphex Twin-curated stage with performances from the enigmatic producer himself, Nina Kraviz, 33EMYBW as well as sets from Disclosure, Annie Mac, and DJ Seinfield. The Warehouse Project will also welcome parties curated by Bicep, Skepta, Annie Mac, Mura Masa, and see stage takeovers by Anjunabeats, Jamie Jones’ Paradise, Adam Beyer‘s Drumcode, and Homoelectric’s inaugural Homobloc festival.

The Warehouse Project has yet to disclose lineups for closing nights December 31 and January 1. The New Years Day event will program all day long.

Tickets go on sale Friday, July 19 at 9:00am for all shows on the official website. See the full lineup and buy tickets on the official website.

H/T: Fact Mag

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The Warehouse Project 2019 lineup to include Aphex Twin, Annie Mac, Skepta, and more

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The Warehouse Project (WHP), one of the UK’s most legendary parties, is back and bigger than ever. This year the event will christen a new venue called The Depot; a 10,000 person capacity creative space within Manchester’s historic former train station, Mayfield. And of course, the lineups for each of the party’s seven iterations throughout the summer will no doubt sell all 10,000 tickets.

Aphex Twin is kicking things off on Sept. 20 with a lineup he curated himself. The electronic enigma who only plays live when he feels like it has tapped fellow esteemed colleagues such as Nina Kraviz, Lee Gamble, and the European debut of 33EMYBW.

Sept. 21 will be the official opening party for WHP 2019 entitled “Welcome to Mayfield.” More than 20 artists are booked that night, including a DJ set from Disclosure, a live set from Maribou State, as well as a who’s-who of UK favorites.

For the rest of the summer, some of the best artists electronic music has to offer will make an appearance at the event. From WHP favorites like Annie Mac and Skream to welcome surprises like Skepta and Flume (who is the only artist booked for the Nov. 13 edition at this time).

Tickets for all seven nights of WHP 2019 go on sale June 27 at 9 a.m. GMT. Head to the official WHP website to buy them and check out the full lineups for each night below.

FRIDAY, SEPT. 20: APHEX TWIN CURATES
Aphex Twin
Nina Kraviz
Lee Gamble
33EMYBW (European debut)
Rian Treanor
Zuli
Aleksi Perala
Kyoka
SOS Gunver Ryberg
Renick Bell
Acre
Szare
Croww

SATURDAY, SEPT. 21: WELCOME TO MAYFIELD
Disclosure
Maribou State (live)
Annie Mac
Dennis Sulta
Mall Grab
Skream
Mella Dee
Jayda G
Krystal Klear
DJ Seinfeld
Paul Woolford
Baba Stiltz
Leon Vynehall
Moxie
Kettama
Prospa
Dan Shake
Sherelle
Jaguar
Tsha
Krykso
Greg Lord
Zutekh DJs

SATURDAY, SEPT. 28
Warehouse Project & Kaluki Present:
Marco Carola
Loco Dice
Apollonia
Pirate Copy & De La Swing
Pete Zorba & Calvin Clarke

Archive:
Maceo Plex
Anna
Joy Orbison
ItaloJohnson
Olli Ryder & Luke Welsh

Concourse:
Richy Ahmed
Skream
Waff
Joey Daniels
Ben Sterling
Alisha

SATURDAY, OCT. 5
Metropolis & Wah
Chase & Status DJ
(A-Z)
Barely Legal
Bassboy
Chimpo
Danny Bird
Darkzy
David Rodigan
DJ Zinc
Dub Phizix & Strategy
Emerald
Friction
Holy Goof
Hybrid Minds
Indika
K Motionz
Laz Cru
Levelz
Mark XTC B2B Exile
Mollie Collins B2B North Base
My Nu Leng
Notion
Rich Reason?
Sasasas
TS7
Voltage B2b Bou
MCs in all rooms

FRIDAY, OCT.18
Mura Masa presents Raw Youth Collage
Nao
Black Midi
Flohio
Joy Orbison
Special Request
Mount Kimbie (DJ set)
Jacques Greene
Vegyn
Tsha
Jadu Heart
Space Afrika
Blehrin
Now Wave DJs

WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13
Flume
plus special guests

SATURDAY, NOV. 23
Skepta
Octavian
Flohio
Miraa May
Tiffany Calver
Sherelle
Maximum
Places + Faces
Rich Reason
Black Josh

Photo credit: The Warehouse Project

H/T: Fact Mag