Young Academic has today discovered that the very last Warehouse Project to be held at Store Street has been announced. A huge seventeen-hour party will close The Warehouse Project 2011 series on New Year’s Day 2012. This may seem a long way off, but will certainly be one for students across the country to put in there diaries. We will of course be keeping you up to date with all of the Warehouse Project dates this winter.
15 acts covering a spectrum of house and techno sounds are confirmed to play, plus a very special guest will be announced shortly. Tickets to this monumental occasion are on sale from 9am Tuesday 19th July, 48 hours in advance of the reveal of the 2011 series line up and the release of all other tickets.
The 1st of January 2012 will be a date that clubbers talk about for years to come, celebrating what an amazing five years The Warehouse Project enjoyed at its Store Street home. Car park by day and, during the series, the hottest UK club by night, the arches beneath Manchester Piccadilly have housed some of the biggest and best names from electronic music and an international cast of performers
New Year’s Day: ‘Farewell to Store Street’ will feature a feast of the finest electronic sounds from a 15-strong cast of Derrick Carter, Jamie Jones, Tensnake, Maya Jane Coles, Yousef, Davide Squillace, Tiger & Woods, Pearson Sound, Juilo Bashmore, Space Dimension Controller, Joy Orbison and Lewis Boardman. The party will also see sets from WHP residents Krysko and Greg Lord, plus a set from a very special guest to be announced soon.
Tickets to this event will certainly sell out therefore all Warehouse Project devotees are advised to act fast on Tuesday 19th July at 9am. A limited number of early bird tickets will be available for only £20, due to demand purchases are limited to four tickets per customer.
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WHP New Year’s Day Line-Up
Sunday 1st January – The End of Store Street
Very special guest TBA
Maya Jane Coles
Tiger & Woods
Space Dimension Controller
Derrick Carter, Jamie Jones, Tensnake and many more play Store Street’s final party. (Image courtesy of Sebastian Matthes)