The Warehouse Project reveal New Year’s Eve lineup for 2023, including Rudimental, DJ EZ, Hannah Wants and more

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Danny Jones Danny Jones - 2nd November 2023

The Warehouse Project has revealed the line-up for their legendary New Year’s Eve gig and this year’s show is we can assure this promises to be a blockbuster way to see out 2023.

Mancs and people from all over the UK have been ringing in the new year at Warehouse Project for well over a decade now and, in fairness, we can’t think of many better ways to spend NYE than raving at one the best club nights on the planet.

That being said, it’s always going to be hard for the iconic club night promoters to top themselves every 12 months but, lucky for you, the WHP lineup for NYE 2023 is another belter as per usual.

With the likes of Rudimental, DJ EZ, Hannah Wants, Sammy Virji, Girls Don’t Sync and many more coming along for the highly-anticipated end-of-the-year party, this thing is going to sell out in a flash as it always does.

This season of Warehouse Project has already gotten off to an absolute stormer with the likes of Bicep, Christ Stussy, Nina Kraviz, Fisher, Camelphat, Annie Mac and countless other big names having already graced the Depot Mayfield this year, so we’re glad to see the action isn’t stopping anytime soon.


As well as RUDIM3NTAL debuting a brand new show as their new three-piece iteration, there’ll be an array of other dance music stalwarts like Paul Woolford, Jaguar and Alex Mills on the main stage.

Over on the unique and innovative new 360° Concourse stage, the likes of Sammy Virji, Girls Don’t Sync, La La, Rich Reason and Ghoulish. And then, at the intimate Archive stage, UK talents Hammer, Hayley Zalassi, Gina Breeze, as well as residents Krysko and Joe Motion will be playing under the arches.


With many other big names being added to the WHP23 programme over the next two months, these lot are making sure to see the year out in style.

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Tickets for The Warehouse Project’s New Year’s Eve show are already on sale and are sure to sell out fast, so you don’t want to mess about if you want to get your NYE plans sorted without any hiccups.

Grab yours HERE whilst you still can.


The Manc also had an absolute blast at WHP’s first-ever international festival earlier this year too, and given how much of a success it was, you can be sure they’ll be doing it again in 2024.

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Featured Image — The Warehouse Project/Hannah Wants (via Instagram)