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WHP 2018: Adam Beyer presents Drumcode

  • Manchester, United Kingdom
  • 9 November 2018
  • Electronic
  • Techno
WHP 2018: Adam Beyer presents Drumcode

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The return of the iconic techno label

Iconic techno DJ Adam Beyer return to The Warehouse Project with his Drumcode label for a night alongside some of his favourite artists. 

2018 will be The Warehouse Project's final season at Store Street warehouse, after four years inside the venue. And although it'll be moving into a new chapter, the venue will forever be its spiritual home.

This year's series will run from 22 September until January 2019, showcasing a diverse selection of global stars from across the dance music spectrum.

View and book all The Warehouse Project 2018 events here.



  • Adam Beyer
  • Maceo Plex
  • Amelie Lens
  • Enrico Sangiuliano
  • Ida Engberg


  • Adam Beyer
  • Adam Beyer B2B Maceo Plex
  • Amelie Lens
  • Enrico Sanguiliano
  • Ida Engberg
  • Layton Giordani
  • Maetrik [live]
  • Greg Lord
  • Luca De-Santo
  • Rudosa
  • Transcode

An old WWII shelter under Piccadilly Station, Store Street’s cavernous rooms and gritty vibe has been home to the Warehouse Project since the series’ beginnings back in 2007.


Store Street, Store Street, Manchester, M1 2GH, 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.

The night will run from 9:30pm until 6am. Last entry will be 10:30pm.


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