Five More WHP14 Dates For The Diary – NYE & NYD Revealed

Five More Warehouse Project dates have been added to this year’s programme, including their NYE & NYD knees ups. And things are looking pretty hot. You’ll have to act quick though – tickets go on sale 9am on Friday 24th October (which is today!) and with this year’s limited cap they’re going to sell out fast!

Via the press release:

Having already made it’s mark back in Manchester’s subterranean venue Store Street, the final events of the WHP 2014 season can now be revealed. The line-ups for New Years Eve, New Years Day, Seth Troxler’s & The Martinez Brother’s Tuskegee an extremely special Hacienda offering and the full line-up for 1-800 Dinasour are all listed below.

Tickets for all newly announced shows go on sale at 9am on Friday 24th October. The majority of the WHP 2014 Season have now sold out. These shows are also expected to go quickly as Store Street has limited capacity.

The full details:

Saturday 8th November
1-800 Dinosaur

Full Line-Up Revealed
James Blake – Live | Mala (Dj Set)
James Blake (Dj Set) | Airhead | Frank Tope
Bake | Dan Foat | Klaus | Mr Assister

20:00 – 04:00 | £25


26th December

David Morales | Marshall Jefferson | A Guy Called Gerald (Live)
Graeme Park B2b Mike Pickering | 808 State (Dj Set) | Justin Robertson
Peter Hook | Jon Da Silva
21:30 – 04:00 | £25 / £28.50


27th December
Tuskegee Music
Room 1 – Tuskegee
Seth Troxler
The Martinez Brothers
(Back 2 Back, All Night Long)
Room 2
Krysko B2b Harri & Domenic (All Night)
21:30 – 04:00 | £25 / £28.50


31st December
Eats Everything | Heidi | Skream
Huxley | Bodhi | Citizen | No Artificail Colours | Krysko
Rich Reason | Will Tramp | Drop The Mustard | Sian Bennett
20:00 – 05:00 | £48


1st January
Maceo Plex | Four Tet B2b Daphni | Julio Bashmore
Joy Orbison | Scuba | Dj Tennis | Krystal Klear
Jasper James | Krysko | Zutekh Djs
18:00 – 05:00 | £48


For more info hit up the WHP website:

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