The Warehouse Project reveal opening shows for 2022 season – how to get tickets

Big names on this year's bill include Mike Skinner, Eric Prydz, Seth Troxler and Craig David.

Georgina Pellant Georgina Pellant - 24th May 2022

The Warehouse Project in Manchester has announced its opening shows for 2022 and as ever there are some brilliant acts on the bill.

Returning to its home at Depot Mayfield, the celebrated Manchester party series will run from August Bank Holiday weekend to New Year’s Day 2023. 

Beginning earlier this year than ever before, Bonobo, Caribou, and The National are already confirmed to play the opening weekend across Friday 26 and Saturday 27 August.

Adding to this, the lineup for the series’ reopening sequence has now been confirmed in full – and The Warehouse Project will be bringing some big names to the former Royal Mail Depot for 2022, including Mike Skinner, Eric Prydz, Jamie XX and Little Simz. 

First up, Repercussion returns on Saturday 10 September for its second edition. A celebration of groundbreaking music and art in all its forms, it will be hosted across the full expanse of Depot Mayfield, spread into the historic Star & Garter with Boiler Room, and host a huge street party curated by Mr Scruff.on neighbouring Temperance Street. 

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As part of the inner-city festival, Warehouse Project will bring Jamie xx, Little Simz, Fred again.., Jeff Mills and Underground Resistance to Manchester alongside a huge cast of handpicked artists from around the world. 

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The following Friday, 16 September, the one and only Eric Prydz will make an appearance for his only Northern club show this Autumn/Winter season. 

The following night, another huge Saturday lands on 17 September as Disclosurereturn to the Depot alongside seminal electronic talents for another five-stage takeover to celebrate the start of the party season. DJs confirmed to appear on the night include Skream, Mella Dee, Denis Sulta and Eclair Fifi. 

Moving deeper into Autumn, WHP22 will begin to roll out some big club shows including the DnB hero event with Metropolis on Saturday 22 September, featuring a huge headline set from Chase & Status and Andy C. 

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This will be followed on Saturday 1 October with a raft of house and techno stalwarts taking to the decks as part of the Welcome to the Warehouse party, spearheaded by Joseph Capriati, The Martinez Brothers, Loco Dice and Seth Troxler. 

As for fans of UKG, the Ape Birthday on Friday 7 October is an absolute must with a line-up stacked with leading names from the scene including Craig David, Mike Skinner and MJ Cole. 

Read more: Manchester Jazz Festival returns to the city this weekend

How to get WHP tickets

The full WHP22 season will be revealed over the coming weeks. Presale for WHP tickets will be available on Thursday 26 May from 10am.

General sale is available on Friday 27 May at 10am via The Warehouse Project’s website.


The opening sequence of WHP22 is revealed in full below.

WHP22 Reopening Sequence:

Saturday 10 September, Repercussion

Times: 14:00 – 04:00

Jamie xx | Little Simz | Fred again.. | Jeff Mills & Underground Resistance

Folamour presents Power to the PPL A/V | Goldie presents Subjective (Live)


Hunee | Palms Trax & Call Super | Binker & Moses | A Certain Ratio

Gilles Peterson | Nightmares On Wax | Uncle Waffles | Benji B

Sherelle | David Rodigan | Leon Vynehall | Obongjayar | Carista

Mr Scruff presents Keep It Unreal | Luke Una presens É Soul Coultura

Soichi Terada | Sassy J | Jamz Supernova | Nia Archives | Jamie 3:26


Ash Lauryn | Lauren Hansom | Colin Curtis | Myd | Habibi Funk | Paula Tape

Thristian | Tash LC | Paula Tape | Moktar | Tarzsa | Dance Regular | Jazzcotech

4 To The Floor | Me Gusta Collective | Levi Love | Mikey Don | Krysko

Eves’ Drop Collective (Andrea Trout, Lil’ Minx, Ruby Swallow & Ellen Beth Abdi)

Jim Bane | Joe Motion


Friday 16 September, Eric Prydz

Times: 21:00 – 03:00


Eric Prydz




Yulia Niko


Franky Wah b2b Cristoph (All Night Long)


Saturday 17 September, Disclosure

Times: 14:00 – 02:30

Disclosure | The Blessed Madonna

Denis Sulta | Skream | Mall Grab | Mella Dee


DJ Seinfeld | Krystal Klear | TSHA | Chaos In The CBD

Dan Shake | Conducta | Kettama | Josey Rebelle

Eclair Fifi | Chloé Robinson | Yung Singh | Salute

Sally C | Effy | Skin On Skin | Bklava | La La | Eliza Rose

Kessler | Interplanetary Criminal | Suchi | NIKS


Krysko | Gina Breeze | Aletha | Aisling | Zutekh DJs | Joe Motion

Image: The Warehouse Project via @jftfilm

Friday 23 September, Metropolis

Times: 20:00 – 04:00



Chase & Status (DJ Set)

Andy C

King Of The Rollers & Inja




Harriet Jaxxon

North Base b2b Mark XTC b2b Nicky Blackmarket & Millz



Friction b2b Camo & Crooked


Voltage b2b Turno b2b Hedex

Upgrade b2b Disrupta

Benny L b2b Randall b2b Bladerunner

Alcemist b2b Tsuki

Goddard b2b Vibe Chemistry

Gray b2b Kara b2b Aries

EJ Kitto b2b Anais


Bou & Haribo


Souped Up Showcase: Serum – Mozey – Dutta

This Is: Inja

Start The Vibe: Sub Zero – Original Sin – Taxman

T>I b2b Limited b2b Kaz

Ama b2b Natty Lou

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Saturday 1 October, Welcome to the Warehouse

Times: 19:00 – 04:00


Joseph Capriati | The Martinez Brothers

Loco Dice | KiNK | East End Dubs

Layla Benitez


Seth Troxler | Enzo Siragusa

Chris Stussy | Adam Port | Jaden Thompson

Lauren Lo Sung | Kellie Allen


Archie Hamilton | Toman

Oden & Fatzo (Live) | Ci Ci

Syreeta | PACH

Friday 7 October, The Ape Birthday

Times: 20:00 – 04:00


Craig David presents TS5

Shy FX


Mike Skinner


Sammy Virji


Rebel Clash & Liam Bailey

Rich Reason



TQD [Flava D, DJ Q, Royal T]

MJ Cole


Yung Singh

Girls Don’t Sync

Interplanetary Criminal


Fabio & Grooverider


Randall b2b Hype


Chimp & Salo

Bryan G b2b Jumpin Jack Frost b2b DJ Die

North Base b2b Banner b2b Disrupta

Feature image – The Warehouse Project