Warehouse Project hosting huge debut international event in Rotterdam

WHP memories made on tour.

Danny Jones Danny Jones - 28th February 2023

UK and Manchester nightlife institution, The Warehouse Project, has announced its first-ever international event series and it’s shaping up to be truly unforgettable.

The iconic Manc music series and collection of club nights is now entering its 17th anniversary and after delivering a truly wonderful comeback calendar in 2022 (their first full year back at it post-pandemic), The Warehouse Project is now taking their legendary brand on the road — or, more accurately, overseas.

Officially detailed earlier this month, Warehouse Project Rotterdam is set to take place from Friday, 28-Sunday, 30 April and much like its home here in Manchester, WHP RDM will be taking place a massive disused warehouse currently being kitted out with all the necessary facilities to put on an amazing night.

Popping up in RDM Rotterdam, the largest pre-WWII shipbuilding and repair facility in the Netherlands and one of the biggest in Europe, you can already see how insane this place is going to look.

People are already starting to secure their tickets for the massive inaugural event, with weekend passes from £150 and full three-day package deals also available from £299 per person and final accommodation packages on sale now.


WHP are also helping punters sort both payment and travel plans. Train and coach operators are offering pick-ups from £90 and can be booked direct; plus, return flights start from around £100 with routes to Rotterdam, Amsterdam Schipol (then a short 20-minute train) and Eindhoven (plus 1-hour train) now available. Again, all more than reasonable given the value of the overall package you’re getting.

With massive artists like DJ EZ, Kerri Chandler, Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler and even a Bicep DJ set included among the long list of acts, not to mention several special guests still yet to be unveiled, WHP RDM isn’t just their flagship international event, it could go down as one of their greatest ever.


Just look at that line-up. Get us to Holland right now.

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Better still, a series of boat parties and general after-parties organised alongside nightlife institutions Toffler and 360 Degrees have also been announced to pack out the bank holiday weekend with non-stop action, including sets from Interplanetary Criminal and much-loved Dutch DJ, Luuk Van Djik.

To be honest, we’re not fully sure we’re even ready for how incredible this weekend is going to be but one thing is for sure, there is no way this will be Warehouse Project’s last international event.


Dubbed as the next must-visit destination in Europe, Rotterdam has lots in common with Manchester, from its rich industrial past, legendary status dance and club culture; urban design and architecture, and, of course, its trademark waterways. We couldn’t think of a better way to take WHP global.

You can secure your spot at Warehouse Project Rotterdam now by paying a £50 deposit HERE. This is going to be something special.

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