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Warehouse Project & Trof Announce Chase & Status, Sasha & Marco Carola!

Warehouse Project & Trof Announce Chase & Status, Sasha & Marco Carola!
Young Academic can bring you some wicked news from Warehouse Project today, as the second round of Late Night Sessions at the Albert Hall has just been announced. Taking in the likes of Chase & Status, Sasha’s Last Night On Earth Show and Marco Carola, the spring programme is really picking up pace and tickets are likely to be snapped up in no time so get involved!

The new series of club shows from The Warehouse Project + Trof which launched with Moderat in early February, takes place at Manchester’s stunning Albert Hall.

Saturday 5th April, Leeds based bass promoters Metropolis up sticks and head to Manchester to host a lineup filled with drum and bass’s finest Chase & Status. Reeling off the release of their third album Brand New Machine (reaching number 2 in the UK Albums Chat and number 1 in the UK Dance Album Charts), they’re joined by the hard-hitting, electrifying, fast-paced and in your face Pendulum who will be substantially supported by Kove, Meridian Dan, My Nu Leng, Kyntro, Mak & Pasteman, North Base, Mark Xtc and Chimpo.

warehouse project at the albert hall

On Saturday 20th April, Sasha brings his seminal Last Night On Earth Show. Taking over The Albert Hall Manchester, label boss Sasha will be treating the Manchester faithful to a special extended four hour set. He’ll be joined by George Fitzgerald, Deetron, Midland, Ejeca plus Warehouse Project residents Krysko & Greg Lord, Drop The Mustard DJs and Zutekh Djs.

15th May sees The Albert Hall host a very special club show, headlined by the legendary Marco Carola. As part of the Late Night Sessions club series collaboration between The Warehouse Project and Trof, the show will see the newly-opened venue present its first techno showcase, with a full support line-up to be announced soon with tickets on sale from 12pm Saturday 1st March.

The Albert Hall is steeped in history as a long-forgotten Wesleyan chapel. The Grade II-listed venue has been resurrected by Trof as a respected music venue and club and with programming from The Warehouse Project, is quickly becoming one of the best new homes for electronic music with an unrivalled atmosphere.

05.04.14:
METROPOLIS PRESENTS:
CHASE & STATUS
+ PENDULUM

20.04.14:
LAST NIGHT ON EARTH – SASHA

15.05.14:
MARCO CAROLA

FULL DETAILS + LINE-UPS: The Warehouse Project + Trof Presents:

Saturday 5th April
METROPOLIS PRESENTS: CHASE & STATUS and PENDULUM
Chase And Status | Pendulum
Kove | Meridian Dan | My Nu Leng | Kyntro
Mak & Pasteman | North Base | Mark Xtc | Chimpo
Hosted By Mc’s Rage & Verse
21:00 – 04:00 | £25 + BF
Tickets: ticketarena.co.uk/events/METROPOLIS-PRE-3/

Sunday 20th April
LAST NIGHT ON EARTH
Sasha (4 Hour Set)
George Fitzgerald |
Deetron |
Midland |
Ejeca

Krysko & Greg Lord |
Drop The Mustard DJs |
Zutekh Djs

18:00 – 04:00 | £22.50/ £25
Tickets: ticketarena.co.uk/events/LAST-NIGHT-ON-EA/

Thursday 15th May
Marco Carola at The Albert Hall
21:00 – 04:00 |£20/£22.50/£25
Tickets: ticketarena.co.uk/events/Marco-Carola
(On-sale from 12pm Saturday 1st March)

Late Night Sessions at The Albert Hall
Saturday 5th April, Sunday 20th April & Thursday 15th May 2014

The Albert Hall – 27 Peter Street – Manchester – M2 5QR

For all tickets, click here:

www.alberthallmanchester.comtrof.co.uk

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