With a recent accolade from DJ Tech Reviews* where The Warehouse Project is named the world’s most loved club. Paired with Public First Night Out Index 2023* naming Manchester one of the best cities for a night out, The Warehouse Project is set to continue its legacy in delivering an impactful season for clubbers and the wider dance music community.

Debuting his first appearance at The Warehouse Project, Grammy-award winning producer Black Coffee takes over the stage in Concourse on Friday 22nd September for a special and intimate evening, fresh off his Hï Ibiza residency. Established as one of the most prominent global names in electronic music, Black Coffee breaks down musical boundaries and brings his South African roots to the dancefloor.

Taking over Depot Mayfield, Gorgon City is set to present a special showcase on Friday 6th October as part of their Salvation tour.

Continuing the run in Autumn, the Grammy-nominated producer, Fisher,returns to The Warehouse Project for a headline show on Friday 13th October. No stranger to big rooms following his second Hï Ibiza residency this summer, the surfer-turned-DJ star brings his infamously high energy to the Depot Mayfield.

Boiler Room is set to take over on Saturday 14th October which marks its biggest Manchester show with a unique line-up including Overmono who will be broadcasted live, plus Moodymann, Joy Orbison, VTSS, Barry Can’t Swim and more.

The following week, Camelphat return on Saturday 21st October for their only Northern headline show for 2023 with a specially curated line-up including Ben Böhmer (live), Rebūke and Layla Benitez.

London label FUSE heads north on Friday 27th October with Enzo Siragusa, Apollonia, RPR Soundsystem (Rhadoo, Petre Inspirescu, Raresh), Chris Stussy and Sonja Moonear. This marks their biggest ever showcase in the UK and their annual Halloween special.

Returning for another year, Halloween at The Warehouse Project takes place on Saturday 28th October with Annie Mac, Chaos In The CBD, Dan Shake, Sarah Story and more.

Over in Belgium and new for the 2023 season, The Warehouse Project expands its in-season run with an international debut show in Antwerp, Belgium. Following the success of its first international edition in Rotterdam earlier this year, the much-anticipated club series returns to Europe for a special one-off show as part of its in-season run for the very first time. The Antwerp show takes over the riverside industrial complex, Waagnatie, on Saturday 28th October and welcomes heavyweight headliners, including Bicep, TSHA, KI/KI and more.

Worried About Henry, Crucast and Garage People joined forces to present a unique DnB and garage showcase on Friday 10th November featuring Andy C, Sub Focus, Crucast, Skepsis + AD, Flava D and more.

On Saturday 11th November, DJ Mag’s Best British DJ of the year Patrick Topping returns to Depot Mayfield to curate its TRICK label showcase with Green Velvet, Alan Fitzpatrick, Hannah Laing, Schak and more joining.

Set to be another huge homecoming show, The Haçienda returns to Depot Mayfield on Saturday 2nd December with some legendary live headliners including Ian Brown, Leftfield, Soul II Soul, Inner City, A Certain Ratio and DJ sets including David Morales, Roger Sanchez, Dimitri From Paris and more.

Further shows announced include Music On’s only UK show on Friday 17th November. Sign up available here – thewarehouseproject.com/register. .

And Charlotte De Witte’s label KNTXT is set to take over on Friday 24th November. Sign up available here – thewarehouseproject.com/register.

The new shows are revealed in full below.

Pre-sale tickets go live at 10am on Thursday 27th July

General tickets go live at 10am on Friday 28th July


Previously announced shows include Sonny Fodera, Repercussion, Metropolis x Worried About Henry, Kaluki Birthday, Welcome To The Warehouse, XXL and Ben Hemsley. Remaining tickets available here.

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