The Warehouse Project in Manchester recently revealed the full 2022 season with four months of events lined up. WHP22 will kick off from Saturday 10 September with a one day festival, Repercussion. Peggy Gou will land at Depot Mayfield on Friday 21 October for her only show in England after the summer – bringing her Gou Talk event series to Manchester for the very first time.
The Warehouse Project recently announced the opening sequence for the 2022 season. Returning to the confines of Depot Mayfield, WHP22 will run through to New Year’s Day. First up, Repercussion returns on Saturday 10 September for its second edition, to be hosted across the full expanse of Depot Mayfield and spreading into the adjacent Star & Garter with Boiler Room and a huge street party on neighbouring Temperance Street, curated by Mr Scruff.
Returning to the confines of Depot Mayfield, The Warehouse Project recently announced a one-off opening concert to kick off the season – which begins earlier than ever this year, across the August Bank Holiday weekend.
Cream and WHP recently announced Armin van Buuren to play in Manchester on Saturday 16 April. The Dutch DJ/producer has been a key figure in the trance scene for over two decades, and been ranked the worlds #1 DJ a record five times by DJ Mag.
With just days to go before the doors open to the WHP21 season, six new shows are revealed for the bill including line-ups in full for elrow and Bicep’s Sunday show. Also announced are the Chemical Brothers, described by Pitchfork as the shapeshifters of “psychedelic sensory overload with riotous club bangers”, who’ll make their debut DJ appearance in Depot’s halls.