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The Warehouse Project Toned Down For 2014

Thursday, 24 October 2013 Written by Elliott Batte

The team behind Manchester’s Warehouse Project have announced that they’ll be toning down their schedule next year as they look forward to their 10th anniversary in 2015.

The dance music marathon is known for drawing thousands upon thousands of ravers, EDM lovers and bass heads to massive events throughout the year. Organisers have announced a hefty bill of DJs and performers that will close out 2013 (check our coverage here), and fans are grabbing tickets by the bucketload.

But next year, organisers have opted to take a step back. In September, one fan died and a number were hospitalised after taking drugs at a WHP event. The news was broken by an official statement, which read:

“Whilst we look forward to the start of the new year, we would like to announce that the WHP season will not take place as normal in 2014. There will be a handful of special events but no full series as there has been for the last 8 years.”

Luckily for fans, they’re not slowing down for good, and it sounds like they’ll be coming back with a blast in 2015.

“2015 marks 10 Years of The Warehouse Project and we will be ready to do that justice. Please stay tuned for all updates. NYE & NYD line-ups will be unveiled and go on sale this Friday.”

If you want to check out who’s playing in 2013 and grab tickets, head to Stereoboard's Warehouse Project page.


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