The Warehouse Project completes 2019 line-up with Jeff Mills, Four Tet, Jayda G and more

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The Warehouse Project has revealed the full line-up for the upcoming season at Depot, Mayfield.

Manchester’s seminal events series, The Warehouse Project, has confirmed the full schedule for its 2019 season. The hotly-anticipated new WHP venue Depot, at Mayfield, will play host to Jeff Mills, Peggy Gou, Haai, and more with events running from 20 September to 1 January.

The new shows that have been announced today (17 July) include All Night Long with The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything and Honey Dijon, Feel My Bicep with Jeff Mills, Bicep, Floating Points, Avalon Emerson, Call Super and Haai, plus The Hacienda Must Be Built with Hacienda Classical, Soul II Soul and more. Annie Mac’s Halloween Spectacular has also been announced and will include Kornel Kovaks, Eclair Fifi and Paranoid London.

Others confirmed for the programme include Fatboy Slim, Four Tet, Nina Kraviz, Bicep, Hessle Audio with Ben UFO, Pearson Sound, Pangaea and Drumcode.

In June, The Warehouse Project revealed an initial programme, featuring a curated show by Aphex Twin. Also already announced are Nina Kraviz, Skepta, Jayda G, Joy Orbison, Octavian, FlohioBlack Midi, Tiffany Calver and Moxie.

Last year, it was revealed that WHP would be relocating to a new venue. The new location, Depot at Mayfield, is formerly a disused railway depot that was abandoned in the 60s. Now it’s been reimagined into a cavernous space for cultural events. WHP spokesperson Sam Kandel made a statement on the new venue: “As has been the case with every WHP venue that has gone before we don’t really know how long it will be around, so our thought was simply that we need to make the most of it for the time it’s available. The space at the Depot is a dream in terms of creating a brand new environment and to collaborate with artists and other promoters in a way that hasn’t been possible before.” 

Tickets will go on sale on Friday 19 July at 9 am. Head to The Warehouse Project’s website for more details.