Manchester’s The Warehouse Project returns to Depot Mayfield later this year, and the opening series of gigs has just been announced.
The 2022 season kicks off on Saturday 10 September with the Repercussion festival, running from 2pm until 4am and featuring artists such as Jamie xx, Jeff Mills, Mr Scruff, Little Simz, Gilles Peterson, Nightmares On Wax and a live outing for Goldie and James Davidson’s Subjective project.
As the official press release puts it, Repercussion promises ‘a celebration of groundbreaking music and art in all its forms, with Jamie xx, Little Simz, Fred again.., Jeff Mills and Underground Resistance leading the charge on this year’s line-up, alongside a huge cast of handpicked artists from around the world.’
The following weekend sees Eric Prydz and friends take over the venue on Friday 16 September, with Disclosure headlining a night that also features The Blessed Madonna, Denis Sulta, Skream, Mall Grab and others on Saturday 17 September.
Events have also been announced for Friday 23 September (featuring Andy C, Chase & Status and others), Saturday 1 October (with Joseph Capriati, Loco Dice and KiNK among those on the lineup) and Friday 7 October, the latter of which promises to be a bass-heavy evening, with Shy FX, Fabio & Grooverider, DJ Marky and others set to rock the venue.
More information can be found at www.thewarehouseproject.com/calendar.
The full Warehouse Project 2022 season will be revealed over the coming weeks, with events running all the way until New Year’s Day 2023.
Tickets for the upcoming events go on sale from Friday 27 May (presale on Thursday 26 May), and ticket details can be found here.
Repercussion 2022 /// Revealed— The Warehouse Project (@WHP_Mcr) May 26, 2022
A day & night festival of groundbreaking music and art to kick off the WHP22 season. Taking over 5 stages across the mighty Depot Mayfield with Boiler Room, Keep it Unreal and Worldwide FM. pic.twitter.com/2TcvjZVVIa