The Warehouse Project

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Best Experience 2014 - DesignMyNight Awards

Taking over a vast industrial warehouse on the outskirts of Manchester city centre, The Warehouse Project is an annual series of club nights which brings the world's biggest DJs, live acts and producers to Manchester for 12 hard hitting weeks every year. 

The Warehouse Project began live in 2006, when the first events were held in the disused Boddingtons brewery. The next year saw the club series move to the now legendary Store Street car park underneath Piccadilly Railway station, where it remained until 2011. Serving a short stint in Victoria Warehouse in Trafford Park, The Warehouse Project is BACK to its spiritual home - Store Street. Renowned as one of the biggest clubbing movements on the planet (England's raw version of Ibiza) - WHP sees Manchester become a global epicentre of dance music from September to New Year's Day each year. 

With state of the art lighting, larger than life sound systems and some of the biggest line-us on the planet, The Warehouse Project is truly a unique club experience like no other - which needs to be experienced to be believed. Tickets normally sell out quickly, so get yours early to avoid disappointment. 

See the Warehouse Project 2013 line-up

Watch the WHP13 trailer:


Varies depending on event.
Happily Affordable ££


Day Open Close Notes
Monday - -
Tuesday (today) - -
Wednesday - -
20:00 05:00
20:00 05:00
20:00 05:00
Sunday - -


The Warehouse Project
Store Street, Manchester, M1

Central Manchester

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What a shit night. Got there later thinking it would be okay to get in and it was 10:30 last entry! How was we supposed to know that? The women days "it was on the ticket" who reads a fucking ticket for gig information!!! it should say on the website! drove for hours and hours to get here! But I'm never coming ever again! shit! I even said we have drove miles and we didn't know please let us in and she still wouldn't what a shit night never coming again! poor management! you have lost a fan!!! shit night!!!!
22 Oct 2016 by

Absolutely shocking! Drove 6 hours all the way from South Wales and get friend entry because last entry is 10:30. We did not know this. YES it says it on the ticket but there was nothing online saying this! shit night! never ever coming again! really looking forward to it took all day getting here and get denied atleast let us in we booked tickets and are supporting the dj's! Never coming again! EVER!!!
22 Oct 2016 by

Huuuuge venue. Loved it when it was under Piccadilly and love it even more now. Great music and a choice of 3 big rooms catering to everyone's tastes :)
27 Feb 2013 by

The Warehouse projects are always amazing. Starting to be a bit crowded but thankfully theres a couple of rooms to spread out to. the line ups are still unbeatable and its one of Manchesters best nights!
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