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The Warehouse Project To Finally Return This September After Over Two Years Off

By Laura Rogan

The iconic event is returning.

Two years after its final show, The Warehouse Project is finally returning – with a ‘momentous’ event planned for its September 2021 comeback.

Announcing the news just this morning, the event – which was founded by Night Time Economy Advisor Sacha Lord – will launch on September 17th at Depot Mayfield for its new season, running all the way through to New Year’s Day. Celebrating the return to music, dancing and to weekends, guests can expect a full spectrum of music and cultural immersion, with a sequence of shows bringing six, unique and epic experiences.

Credit: The Warehouse Project/Rob Jones of Khroma Collective

Announcing the first of those shows today, the roster includes names such as La Discothèque, locally-loved DJ Paulette, Sub Focus, Wilkinson, Eric Prydz, Skream and many more – who’ll be hosting live sets across three stages, including The Depot, The Concourse and The Archive.

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The first six dates have been revealed already here, with more line-up announcements expected in the coming months.

Credit: The Warehouse Project

Tickets are set to go on sale this Thursday, May 27th at 10am, and you can get yours here when they go live.

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