It’s with a heavy heart and much reluctance that we announce the remaining Concourse shows at Depot Mayfield will be postponed.
The safety of our customers, employees and artists is and has always been paramount to us. With this in mind and in line with the latest government directives around the containment of the COVID-19 Coronavirus, we strongly believe that this is the responsible thing to do.
Please see below for the 7 shows that this will effect:
FRI 20TH MARCH - PATRICK TOPPING ALL NIGHT LONG
SAT 27TH MARCH - WAH PRESENTS
SAT 28TH MARCH - I FEEL...
FRI 3RD APRIL - AVA x ZUTEKH
THU 9TH APRIL - 100% JOSEPH CAPRIATI
FRI 10TH APRIL - MASON COLLECTIVE PRESENTS MVSON
SAT 11TH APRIL - CHARLOTTE DE WITTE
Whilst we know this is disappointing, we are currently working with all our artists and their representatives to confirm new dates and will be back in contact with each of you shortly as soon as these are rescheduled.
For those who are unable to attend the rescheduled dates, refunds will be made available.
For all further information on next steps, please contact email@example.com where we have a team of people ready to respond to all your queries directly.
We look forward to re-opening our doors in the near future, where we will all dance again under one roof.
Four spaces. One destination. The next stop.
The heart and core of Depot Mayfield
The main performance space, Depot, is a cavernous warehouse featuring original brickwork and steelwork pillars. With enough space to host 6,100 people standing, it’s the perfect place to showcase high profile concerts, live and electronic music shows, art installations, theatre, cultural events and much more. Depot is here to move you.
The open warehouse
With conjoining spaces providing a myriad of opportunities, the venue’s second-biggest arena, Concourse, will offer free-to-attend community events, food markets, record fairs, retail exhibitions, car shows and much more. With a capacity of 3,200 standing, one side of the warehouse space is now completely exposed to the outdoors, allowing natural light to illuminate the pillared unique interior.
The intimate hub
Comprising of two railway arches, Archive provides a more intimate performance space and will also be offering low-cost rehearsal and studio spaces.
The roof-top destination
Undergoing the most radical transformation whilst utilising the original shape of Depot Mayfield’s derelict railway track and platform, the roof-top Platform will become one of Manchester’s most unique open-air destinations. Whilst plans are in place to open platform in 2020, the location is available for photography and filming shoots now.
Tipped to become one of Manchester’s biggest ever city centre attractions.