As any of you stalwart Young Academic readers will be well aware, we have been this summer’s ultimate port of call when it comes to Warehouse Project. With the north-west’s biggest rave moving venues for this season, this next few months represent a massive time period for the event with dance fans around the country eager to see how Trafford Park matches up to Store Street – one thing’s for sure, they certainly haven’t left a stone unturned when it comes to the line-up!
So, further to this commitment to all things Warehouse Project, we have a pair of tickets available to the Warehouse Grand Opener on Friday 28th September. We’re not going to just throw them out willy-nilly though – to be in with a shout of attending this mega party absolutely gratis then answer the question just below.
Q: The original Warehouse Project was hosted in a venue formerly owned by which iconic English beer?
Now we want you to work for these tickets so we’re not even going to give you any options. The hardened Warehouse Project fans out there will surely have no problem asking this little teaser. E-mail your answers directly to me on email@example.com with the subject line – FREE RINSE TICKETS PLEASE. The deadline is 6pm on Wednesday 26th September. Lovely jubbly.
That’s not it either, as we also have some Warehouse Project updates with the gates opening in just 7 DAYS!
The Return of DJ Harvey!
DJ Harvey has been sensationally added to the Warehouse Project 2012 line-up. Marking the end of a ten year self-imposed exile across the pond, the Red Bull Music Academy is thrilled to present DJ Harvey’s return to the motherland for a long-awaited UK comeback show.
After touching down in London, Harvey will journey northward, shaking the floor at Manchester institution The Warehouse Project for a Thursday night special on 25th October. This is a special Room 2 only show for 800 very lucky Thursday ravers. Grab your tickets at http://www.thewarehouseproject.com
Finally, yet more Warehouse Project events have sold out! If you were planning on attending the October 6th or November 3rd events then were afraid you will be sadly disappointed as these nights are now packed to the rafters.
The Oct 6th event is curated by SBTRKT event and Nov 3rd is the 10 Years of Metropolis extravaganza so it is hardly surprising that they have sold out in no time at all.
If you need tickets for the opening Friday next week, or the massive techno showdown on Oct 5th, featuring Carl Cox, Richie Hawtin, Dice, Nina Kraviz and more then the final allocation of these tickets will be gone in 48 hours. Likewise with the Nov 30th Annie Mac presents show – now running low.