The Warehouse Project announce six new shows at Depot Mayfield

The legendary event series returns to the Depot with another massive programme featuring some of the biggest acts in electronic music. The new season will run until New Year’s day and the first six shows are revealed below:

17th September: The Warehouse Project presents Nile Rodgers & CHIC
The mastermind behind some of disco music’s timeless anthems like “I’m Coming Out” and “Le Freak”, Nile Rodgers and the fabulous CHIC make their debut at the Depot supported by London party crew Horse Meat Disco, Norman Jay MBE & more.

18th September: The Warehouse Project presents Repercussion Festival
Repercussion Festival features a monumental lineup with more than 40 acts including French veteran Laurent Garnier, Worldwide FM founder Gilles Petterson, a live set from George Fitzgerald, DJ Koze, Floating Points, Jayda G, and many more.

24th September: The Warehouse Project presents Metropolis
Things will get sweaty at Metropolis with a unique mix of raucous MCs and high-BPM DJs including crowd-pleasers Andy C, Sub Focus and Wilkinson, with support from the likes of SASASAS, Friction, Kanine, DJ Marky and many more.

25th September: The Warehouse Project presents Welcome to the Warehouse – Part 1
A proper welcome party with dance music legend Carl Cox, South-Korean superstar Peggy Gou, house music connoisseurs Honey Dijon and The Blessed Madonna, Modeselektor, Skream, Chaos in the CBD, India Jordan and more.

1st October: The Warehouse Project presents Eric Prydz
One of electronic music’s most cherished producers of recent times, Eric Prydz returns to the Depot followed by the Ukrainian duo Artbat, Christoph, Reinier Zonneveld playing live, Anfisa Letyago and others.

2nd October: The Warehouse Project presents Welcome to the Warehouse – Part 2
The second part of WHP’s welcome party features another impressive lineup with Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones, house music godfather Kerri Chandler, party-starters Seth Troxler, Joseph Capriati and The Martinez Brothers, and many more.

Tickets will go on sale at 10am on Thursday 27th May. 

The full WHP21 Season will be announced over the coming weeks.

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