- 25 May 21
Fans will be welcomed back to the Warehouse Project for the first time since 2019.
UK clubbing series The Warehouse Project has announced a string of re-opening shows for their highly anticipated return this September.
This year's programme will be two years in the making after last year's lineup was cancelled due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic.
Set to take place at Depot Mayfield, crowds will be welcomed back to the dancefloor with six major acts performing from September 17th until New Year's Eve.
Nile Rodgers & Chic are set to headline their reopening night, with other events such as a two-part 'Welcome to the Warehouse,' series, Repercussion Festival and Metropolis to follow.
The full line-up is set to be released over the coming weeks.
“The Warehouse Project’s 2021 season marks the long-awaited return to the dancefloor that everyone has been waiting for: a return to music, to dancing and to weekends,” a Warehouse Project press release said.
“Defining moments and shared experiences with everyone under one roof again for a full-spectrum of music and cultural immersion.”
Tickets go on sale this Thursday, May 27th at 10am here.
The re-opening shows of the WHP21 season revealed.
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Pre-sale 10am Wednesday.
General sale 10am Thursday.
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