Warehouse Project Tickets & Events
| History and timeline of the Warehouse Project events
| WHP: Beneath The StreetsWarehouse Project 2009
- Information on the 2009 Warehouse Project Easter events is below, you can buy your Warehouse Project tickets here.
Since September 2006, The Warehouse Project has established itself on the Manchester clubbing scene. The Warehouse Project has a certain exclusivity that creates an excitement previously only associated with legendary venues such as Sankeys and the Hacienda. The Warehouse Project is a programme of clubbing events that takes place over twelve weeks, concentrating on a different sub-genre of dance at each event. The Warehouse Project team works towards securing the best DJs and artists for their stand-out events at the end of the year, and will this year host a special Warehouse Project Easter event called Beneath The Streets.
DJs such as Erol Alkan and David Guetta are confirmed to play at The Warehouse Project’s Beneath The Streets weekender this Easter. These two alone are enough to illustrate exactly why The Warehouse Project is so popular with quality artists, as well as the hoards of clubbers who travel far and wide to experience a night at The Warehouse Project.Located on Store Street under Manchester’s Piccadilly train station, The Warehouse Project takes place in a disused air raid shelter. By day The Warehouse Project is an underground car park, but as clubbers come out to play, The Warehouse Project turns underground Manchester into a clubbing Mecca.
It's hard to believe that only two years ago the Warehouse Project was nothing more than a pipe dream, but in September 2006 the event launched to huge fanfare, and much acclaim, in the old Boddingtons Brewery building (Manchester). Tickets flew out, and Manchester clubbers lapped up the three months worth of events (taking place each Friday and Saturday). In 2007 the Warehouse Project returned, this time at the underground space beneath Piccadilly Station, and tickets were in just as much demand (in fact, even more so, since touts and fake tickets meant that a warning had to be issued). Now, after a few bank holiday events in 2008, the Warehouse Project is set to return in September, with another three months of events.
Warning: Reserve your tickets early
We said it last year and we'll say it again: If you fancy going to an event then get your tickets early! The club sells out weeks in advance, and there's often no warning - tickets will fly, and you'll be left dissapointed. If you really want to go to an event then grab all the tickets that you'll need by using our online booking facility below.