Manchester's Warehouse Project is back for its annual season of parties, culminating in its New Year's Eve bash.
Launching on September 26, and once more at the Store Street location underneath Piccadilly Station, the calibre of artists already confirmed is as impressive as always.
Drum & bassers Hospital Records will play the pre-launch night (September 25), with sets from Goldie, DJ Marky, High Contrast, Zed Bias and Tayo. Then on September 26, Steve Angello, Sebastian Ingrosso, Mark Knight and resident Krysko will throw the doors open to the public.
Through the winter, there will be parties thrown by the likes of Rephlex, Chibuku Shake Shake, Erol Alkan, Resident Advisor, Annie Mac, Cocoon, Southern Fried and Friendly Fires. Among the jocks confirmed are Aphex Twin, Roni Size, Richie Hawtin, Loco Dice, Simian Mobile Disco, Tiga, Fatboy Slim, La Roux, Sasha, John Digweed, Deadmau5, Optimo and Michael Mayer.
The line-up for New Year's Eve is yet to be announced.
For full line-ups and information, check out www.thewarehouseproject.com