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The Warehouse Project 2018 marks the end of Store Street

 

The Warehouse Project is leaving behind its beloved Store Street. Car park by day, rave haven by night, the spiritual dance space held events from 2007-2011, and then again from 2014 after a brief relocation to Victoria Warehouse in Trafford.

The full line up for The Warehouse Project’s 2018 season drops tomorrow (25th July) at 9am. The opening party, lead by Seth Troxler, Dixon and Peggy Gou, has already sold out. Other sold out dates for the 2018 season include Four Tet and Friends on October 6, and a headline slot from Bicep on November 10. See the official statement for the end of Store Street below.

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Credit: Gary Brown

“The Warehouse Project will bid a final farewell to the infamous Store Street venue following the forthcoming 2018 season. With Manchester in constant evolution and the zone around Store Street undergoing incredible transformation, our time here is drawing to a natural conclusion. When WHP returned to Store Street in 2014 it was intended for one season only.. Four years later we are calling time. There will be no return. 

Whilst we are of course looking forward to the next chapter and discovering new places to dance, Store Street will forever be considered the spiritual home of The Warehouse Project by around a million people who have danced under those arches.

We hope you will join us for this final season beneath the streets.

For twelve weeks the city is ours.”

Sam Kandel & Sacha Lord, The Warehouse Project.

Find tickets for The Warehouse Project 2018 here.