The Warehouse Project announce full 2017 line-up
The full details of this year's Warehouse Project in Manchester has been unveiled, with Daphni, The Chemical Brothers, Mura Masa and Nina Kraviz among the huge line-up
There ain’t no party like a Warehouse Project party, and the full line-up for this year’s season of events have been announced this morning.
We already know WHP17 will kick off with a two-night residency from the mighty LCD Soundsystem, and the WHP season will begin proper with the Welcome to the Warehouse double-header, which this year features the likes of Ricardo Villalobos, Bicep and Peggy Gou. And there are plenty more big names coming up between this opening weekend and New Year’s Eve.
Among this year's highlights are a Floating Points-curated night with Daphni (aka Dan Snaith of Caribou fame), hip-hop don Madlib, Roman Flugel and a DJ set from Jon Hopkins (30 Sep); a night from Mura Masa's Anchor Point label featuring NAO and Bonzai (21 Oct); and live shows from Little Dragon (26 Oct, Manchester Academy) and Thundercat (15 Nov, Albert Hall).
Some of the exciting artists spinning wax at this year’s WHP will include, deep breath... Jeff Mills, Marcel Dettmann, Robert Hood, Nina Kraviz, Jackmaster, Hunee, Annie Mac, Giggs, Andy C, Craig David, The Chemical Brothers, Jamie Jones, Fatima Yamaha, Adam Beyer, Laurent Garnier and Chase & Status.
In among these big names, a hot ticket looks to be a special all day long event on 11 November with Jamie XX & Friends. The New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day parties, meanwhile, will be revealed later in the year. As well as taking place each weekend at its regular Manchester home of Store Street, The Warehouse Project will also hold a number of specially curated events at a host of other venues across the city.
Pre-sale tickets will go on sale at 9am on Thursday 20 July, with general sale tickets available from 9am on Friday 21 July.
For the full massive line-up, head to thewarehouseproject.com/calendar