Manchester’s Warehouse Project announces opening shows for 2023

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Four shows have been announced kicking off The Warehouse Project’s ambitious return for 2023.

The Warehouse Project will open in September later this year and has unveiled four key shows which will kickstart the new season at the longstanding venue.

Repercussion returns on Saturday 16th September for its third edition, the iconic party will take place at Depot Mayfield, Manchester and will feature a number of exclusive sets including Bicep who will be debuting their brand new Chroma (AV/DJ Set) show at the event.

Other artists on the bill for Repercussion include Moderat, who will return to Manchester for their first live show in the city since 2016, Kerri Chandler, Jon Hopkins, TSHA (Live), Biig Piig and more,


Other upcoming shows at The Warehouse Project includes the largest Drum & Bass event ever hosted at the venue, powered by Worry About Henry and Metropolis. This will take place on the 23rd of September.

On Friday 29th September, long-time electronic party crew Kaluki returns for a special birthday show and label showcase.

The Autumn season then begins formally on the 30th of September with a six stage takeover for ‘Welcome to the Warehouse’. This year, Welcome to the Warehouse features the likes of Honey Dijon, The Blessed Madonna, Mall Grab, Job Jobse, Sherelle, Saoirse and more.

The full list of opening parties and shows can be seen HERE.