The Warehouse Project Returns To Store Street
There's something wonderful about something, or indeed someone, returning to their natural home – that wasn't supposed to sound racist/xenophobic in any way, I was talking more about how Thierry Henry went back to Arsenal or how Match Of The Day returned to BBC One. But enough about football (music site Ciaran, this is a music site) this is much more exciting news.
The Warehouse Project is returning to Store Street for a 12 week series under the streets of Manchester. There are so many mouth-watering events on offer across this run, including performances from Four Tet, Carl Craig, Duke Dumont, Kerri Chandler, Chase & Status and a certain Mr Rodigan MBE. Oh, and it'll all be finished off by Fatboy Slim on December 19th – though you can be sure they'll have something in store for a NYE bonanza.
With Store Street's strictly limited capacity, there are less than half the number of tickets available for the 2014 season compared to the last couple of years. Tickets for all shows will be in huge demand and limited to only two per person per event. Subscription to the presale is now closed. Those who have registered will receive an email 10am Thursday with links to purchase tickets. For anyone who hasn't registered for the presale – please head to general sale on Friday.
For more information about The Warehouse Project, see their official site.
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