Manchester’s Warehouse Project has announced a series of events across 12-weeks, starting on September 27th with sets from Seth Troxler, Carl Craig and Tales of Us.
The event, which returns to it’s 2007-2011 home at Store Street, will also see Duke Dumont playing and hosting a night on October 4th, which includes Rob Da Bank, Blonde and Jax Jones. October 17th will see DJ sets from Sub Focus and Chase and Status.
A Sounds Of The Near Future event will see Rustie, Lone, Hudson Mohawke and Benji B play on October 25th. October 31st will see Four Tet and Caribou playing and curating a night, which includes Jessy Lanza, Floating Points and Jay Daniel.
The Knife will play a Shaken Up Show at Manchester Academy as part of the event on November 5th and James Blake will play on November 8th. The North Borders tour will see sets from Bonobo, Mount Kimbie, Illum Sphere and Gold Panda on November 21st. Annie Mac Presents will include appearances from Danny Brown, Hannah Wants and Preditah on November 28th.
On December 12th Jon Hopkins and Jamie xx will play and curate an event that includes a DJ set from Modeselektor. Fatboy Slim and The 2 Bears will both play on December 19th.
Some events are yet to be announced, including the New Years Day closing party. You can find the rest of the announced line-up here.
Tickets for all events (excluding The Knife) go on general sale on Friday (25th July). You can listen to Caribou’s latest track, ‘Can’t Do Without You’, below.