The UK's number one electronic music series
The Warehouse Project is an iconic series of electronic and urban club nights based across Manchester.
Bringing some of the biggest names in house, techno, grime, garage and hip-hop to some of the city's hippest venues, WHP has a reputation for being one of the biggest events in the UK music calendar.
Its lineups mix familiar names with underground talent – Ricardo Villalobos, Floating Points, Annie Mac, Giggs will all appear at nights this series – attracting ravers from up and down the country as well as further abroad.
Now one of Europe's major trend-setting events, the series looks set to continue pushing itself to the limits of the electronic music scene.
Last year's series featured events with LCD Soundsystem, Ricardo Villalobos, Floating Points, Annie Mac, Giggs, Andy C, Mura Masa, Loco Dice, Adam Beyer, Craig David, Marcel Dettmann, Jamie xx, Jamie Jones, The Chemical Brothers, Larry Heard, Bicep and many more.
The series' main venue is Store Street Warehouse – an old WWII shelter under Piccadilly Station. Its cavernous rooms and gritty vibe has been home to the Warehouse Project since the series’ beginnings back in 2007.
Store Street, Manchester, United Kingdom
Manchester is easily accessible via train from the rest of the UK, with services from London taking just over two hours on Virgin Trains.
If you're flying into Manchester, you can reach the city centre by boarding either a Northern Rail or First TransPennine Express service into Manchester Piccadilly. This should take approximately 15 minutes and cost around £5. Alternatively, you can take Tram line Met6 into the centre from the airport, however, this would take around 40 minutes.
Store Street warehouse is located just a few minutes walk from Piccadilly Station, where most rail services will arrive into.
Minimum age of entry is 18.