The Warehouse Project has announced a string of shows to launch the venue’s 2023 season.

Kicking off the latest instalment is the return of Repercussion, which will be hosting its third edition on Sat 16 Sep. The day-night party will run across the entirety of Depot Mayfield, covering eight unique stages, including the intimate Star & Garter pub and an immense street party on neighbouring Temperance Street.

For the first time, Repercussion also extends onto the deserted train lines that sit upon the rooftop of the Depot, with two brand new spaces being brought to life; A rooftop takeover celebrating 25 years of Rush Hour & a cinema specially programmed by i-D magazine.

This year’s repercussion lineup includes Bicep, who will be debuting their brand-new Chroma (AV/DJ Set), Moderat returning to Manchester for their first live show in the city since 2016, and Kerri Chandler’s super rare Reel-To-Reel set-up making its debut in the city. Also featuring are Jon Hopkins, TSHA (Live), Biig Piig and many more.

On Sat 23 Sep, Worry About Henry x Metropolis sees the largest Drum & Bass event ever at The Warehouse Project, with over 100 artists from across the DnB spectrum, including Hybrid Minds, Wilkinson, Hedex, Bou and many more.

Fri 29 Sep sees long-time electronic party crew Kaluki return for a special birthday show and label showcase. Jamie Jones, Joseph Capriati, Hot Since 82, Solardo, Chris Stussy and more all leading the bill for this one.

Then, Sat 30 Sep brings the return of  ‘Welcome to the Warehouse’ for a six-stage takeover with various influential artists. This year’s date features the likes of Honey Dijon, The Blessed Madonna, Mall Grab, Job Jobse, Sherelle and Saoirse.

Pre-sale ticket sales go live on Thu 25 May from 10am. General ticket sales go live on Fri 26 May from 10am.

Image credit: Rob Jones

Sat 16 Sep - Sat 30 Sep, Depot Mayfield,
11 Baring St, Manchester M1 2PY
Bradley Lengden
Published on:
Wed 24 May 2023