/The Warehouse Project 2017

The Warehouse Project 2017

One of the most anticipated set of events of the year is rapidly approaching again. From September 16th to New Years Day, The Warehouse Project opens its doors weekly once again for a series of nights (and a day event too) that has ravers all over the country descending on Manchester to sample the special atmosphere that the Store Street event brings.

As with each year since it started, 2017 has some special events planned and each are not to be missed. Fans of house, techno, drum & bass, grime and everything in between are well catered for and the highlights are plentiful.

This years festivities kick off on The weekend of September 16th & 17th with the long awaited return of New York’s LCD Soundsystem to the U.K. And the following weeks opening parties feature a whole host of house and techno favourites from The Martinez Brothers, Eats Everything and Patrick Topping going back to back with Richy Ahmed on the Friday to Ricardo Villalobos, Seth Troxler and Ben UFO on the Saturday.

From then on in the nights come thick and fast and highlights include the Floating Points curated night featuring Daphni, Madlib, Jon Hopkins and Benji B on Saturday 30th September, Anchor Point presenting Mura Masa, 67 and Mumdance among many others on Saturday October 21st, Craig David bringing his TS5 party to Manchester on Saturday 4th November alongside David Rodigan, Big Narstie and Kurupt FM, Saturday 18th November sees Bicep bringing you Carl Craig & Moodymann, Kink and Rodhad and a Jackmaster headed Numbers showcase can’t be missed  on December 16th with Floorplan, DJ Bone and Eclair Fifi among the highlights.

Drum & bass fans are well catered for with the 25 Years Of Ram Records night featuring head honcho Andy C alongside Bad Company, Calyx & Teebee, Randall, Sub Focus, Wilkinson and Noisia heading up a stellar d&b cast on Friday 27th October while on Friday 24th November, the 15th birthday bash from Metropolis sees Chase & Status top a bill that includes Shy FX, Friction, Zinc and Redlight. Grime fans won’t want to miss the biggest show in Manchester to date for Giggs on with support from Devlin, Nadia Rose and Charlie Sloth and Levelz hosting a special 4th birthday event on Saturday 16th December.

If that wasn’t enough there are special events featuring the Chemical Brothers on Saturday 9th November, Little Dragon at Manchester Academy on Thursday 26th October, Thundercat at the Albert Hall on Wednesday 15th November and a special all day event with Jamie XX and friends on Saturday 11th November. Of course there are the New Years Eve and New Years Day events to look forward to as well with the lineups remaining a secret until nearer the time.

With tickets for each of the events selling out fast, don’t miss out and grab one now, with the atmosphere, vibe and performances in Manchester are amongst the best in the country and has to be experienced. Subsource Magazine will be there reporting from the front line and giving you full coverage throughout the calendar.

Details for all the events and tickets can be found here:


So don’t sleep and we will see you in Manchester!