Warehouse Project 2015 Line-Ups Revealed

Art & Culture

It's that time of year again. Just when you thought your big nights out were done for the summer, all festival tickets bought or done with, all rooftop parties attended, all summer DnB BBQs eaten (That's enough… – Ed.) here comes the biggest dance music season in the country. We can be talking of none other than Manchester's bloody Warehouse Project and you might be wanting to blow quite some bucks on this year's Herculean line ups. 

Junglists, there's a big night for you on Ape's 10th Birthday where old-school nutcase Goldie will be playing alongside the almighty Dub Phizix and Strategy.

The culmination of the bubbling resurgence of grime that has been underway for the last year or so continues with nights hosting Manchester's homegrown LEVELZ crew, Boy Better Know favourites Skepta and JME and the abstract, post-Grime adventures of Mumdance.

David Rodigan's Ram Jam night will of course hold host to some dub with General Levy and Congo Natty.

The biggest winners here (although, aren't we all winners?) are the house heads. With an opening weekend consisting of Groove Armada, Huxley, Jackmaster, Tom Trago and Jasper James. The season will also see sets from Ben UFO, Boddika, Duke Dumont, Todd Edwards, Waze & Odyssey, Carl Craig, Daniel Avery, Gardens of God, and Skream.

Curveballs exist aplenty this year in the form of Manchester's main export New Order, who will be headlining two consecutive nights. Store Street will also be getting a healthy dose of Skrillex.

There'll also be plenty more treats in store such as Jungle's own curated event and the ever popular Sounds Of The Near Future who will be hosting the ever-electrifying Bonobo.

What a season! Say goodbye to your money and hello to MegaBus's Manchester service, as you prepare for a season of losing your friends in Store Street's packed arches and one-way smoking area system. See you on the slab!

Find more information, including a full calender and tickets, from the Official Warehouse Project Site