WHP unveil mammoth season with Fisher, Jamie XX, Solardo, Four Tet, Nina Kraviz & more

Their biggest season to date

This September, The Warehouse Project returns to Depot Mayfield, Manchester for a season set to be unlike any that’s gone before. Starting on September 10th 2021, and running all the way through to January 1st 2022, The Warehouse Project are running an expanded edition from before.

An eclectic line has been curated for the WHP 2021 calendar, showcasing a variety of different genres and sounds. The full line up follows their May release, where WHP announced headliners Eric Prydz, Chic, Carl Cox, Jamie Jones, Michael Bibi, The Martinez Brothers, and loads more.

A flurry of headliners now dominate the WHP 2021 calendar, including Fisher, Skream, Bicep, Camelphat, Amelie Lens, Jamie XX, and more.

Friday 8th October sees Fisher host his own night, with support from Saved Records head honcho Nic Fanciulli, Hot Natured’s Lee Foss, Radio 1’s Danny Howard, Guti – Live, wAFF, and more. While on the Saturday, Four Tet takes the reins in curating his event, with a variety of support from artists like DJ EZ, Special Request, Avalon Emerson, Floating Points & Ben UFO.

Friday 15th October arrives courtesy of Rudimental, with support from Skream (UKG Set), Mike Skinner, MJ Cole, Todd Edwards and more. The Saturday features Adam Beyer’s Drumcode Records with Alan Fitzpatrick, Layton Giordani, Richie Hawtin, Joyhauser and more.

On 23rd October Disclosure presents some of their favourite artists, including Folamour, KiNK, Palms Trax, Artwork, and more.

Friday 29th October is a carefully selected blend of techno, tech house, and minimal set across the three rooms of Mayfield Depot. Solardo, Paul WoolfordPanpot, Fjaak, Waff, Rich Nxt, Rossi and more. The following night, Saturday 30th, sees Annie Mac bring halloween in style, with Skream B2B Eats Everything, Denis Sulta, Mella Dee, Krystal Klear, 2manydjs, and more.

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Curated by Jamie XX takes place on 23rd November, with a blend of leftfield artists like house legend Honey Dijon, UK duo Overmono (live), Axel Boman, Skee Mask, and more. While on Saturday 13th November, classic house kings David Morales and Roger Sanchez headline FAC51 The Hacienda.

20th November will feature a special elrow three-room takeover with the lineup yet to be revealed.

26th November is hosted by BBC Radio 1, with progressive powerhouse duo Camelphat headlining alongside Hot Since 82, Alan Fitzpatrick, Pete Tong, Yousef, and more. While the 27th is XXL, an all night array of pounding techno featuring Amelie Lens, Charlotte De Witte, Helena Hauff, Jeff Mills, and Nina Kraviz headlining.

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Bicep will be performing live on Saturday 4th December , with support from across the breaks and melodic soundscape with artists like Jon Hopkins (DJ), Mall Grab, Mr G (live), Interplanetary Criminal, Hammer, and more. Saturday 13th December is for the house heads, as Defected take control of the Depot with Gorgon City, Basement Jaxx (DJ Set), Sam Divine, Low Steppa, Purple Disco Machine, Dimitri From Paris, The Shapeshifters (live), and more.

For those that missed out on pre-sale, general sale is tomorrow, 10am. Click here!

For full line ups, see announcement vid below:

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