The Warehouse Project Music Festival Set to Take Over Manchester
- Words: Patric Fallon
This could be the biggest electronic music festival we've ever heard of. Starting Tuesday, September 23, the massive, 13-week event known as The Warehouse Project will present its fifth annual festival—monopolizing Manchester nightlife every weekend leading up to New Year's Day. We couldn't possibly list off every DJ, producer, band, or other types of artists coming from far and wide to perform, but suffice it to say, everyone from Joy Orbison to Jimmy Edgar to Luke Vibert to Simian Mobile Disco to DOOM to Pete Tong to Carl Craig to Vitalic to Booka Shade to just about every other name XLR8R would consider mentioning in our pages will be there. You can check out the full lineup for The Warehouse Project here, and buy tickets here
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