Belfast boys Bicep are one of the most consistent acts on the scene, and the fact that the internet is filled with frustrated fans desperately trying to identify unreleased tracks from their sets is testament to their talent. With a debut album out in September on Ninja Tune, it's an exciting time to see the duo.
The Warehouse Project is a series of club nights held in Manchester each year. Since the first edition over a decade ago, WHP has welcomed global stars of electronic music to the city, as well as offering a platform for exciting new talent.
The former air raid shelter on Store Street, beneath Manchester Piccadilly Station, is the spiritual home of The Warehouse Project having hosted hundreds of parties since 2007.
BY TRAIN: Manchester is well connected by rail across the UK, with direct trains from most major cities in England, Scotland and Wales.
BY PLANE: Manchester Airport is one of the biggest and busiest in the UK, with flights across Europe, as well as North America, Africa and Asia. Trains to the city centre from the airport take around 15 minutes, or buses take around 30 minutes.
BY COACH: A number of coach companies run services to Manchester from across the UK.
If you are arriving into Manchester Piccadilly station, you can easily walk to the venue in a couple of minutes. From elsewhere in the city you can easily take a train or bus to Piccadilly station.
Minimum age of entry is 18.
The event runs from 20:00 - 05:30. Last entry is at 22:00.