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Warehouse Project 2015 Heavyweights

Lock up your children Manchester, Skrill’s coming to town.
 

If there’s a city in the UK that deserves an award for grabbing winter right by the bollocks and giving it a firm slap on the back, it’s Manchester


Instead of cowering, clutching pints in the cold and waiting for spring, the city drags in every great DJ in the world, throwing a party every weekend from September until New Year.

Now in its tenth year, Warehouse Project has been responsible for putting on teeth-knockingly strong line ups from the end of September to the 1st of January, with annual nights like new talent showcase Sounds of The Near Future and Manc-born Bugged Out! selling out every year.

Previous line ups have given sly nods to the sound of EDM, but this year they’re truly pulled out the big guns, booking Skrillex to headline on Friday 6th November. Last seen at WHP in 2012, he’ll be supported by Ministry favourites Tchami and What So Not. And we’re sorta hoping he’ll be joined by WHP veteran, Four Tet, after they played B2B in Camden earlier this year.



Breaker of hearts and maybe the nicest guy in EDM, Oliver Heldens will also be presenting ‘Heldeep’- headed up by himself and supported by Robin Schulz and Blonde. Skril and Heldens are pretty rare sights in the UK, with them usually spending the summer at festivals like Electric Daisy Carnival and Ibiza, this means you have a genuine excuse  to hop on a Manchester-bound Megabus this Autumn.


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Written by Tamara Roper

21 Jul 2015