Ahead of their 10th anniversary, The Warehouse Project has teamed-up with Manchester’s International Festival to host two days of music at Mayfield Depot for the city’s bi-annual international festival this July.
Kicking on July 17, Four Tet will be playing live, with Tyondai Braxton and Koreless supporting. The following day with will see Carl Craig & Mike Banks lead proceedings for 12 hours of unadulterated electronic music alongside DJ Koze, Joy Orbison, Kyle Hall, Midland, Maurice Faulton, Jacques Greene, Mr Ties, Space Dimention Controller with live sets from from Octave One, Paranoid London and Dark Sky.
10 x 10 will be the last time to experience Mayfield Depot which is set to be demolished at the end of the year, the last time the space was used was for MIF13 where Massive Attack V Adam Curtis presented their challenging audio-visual experience.
“We are all incredibly excited that we can work with Manchester International Festival on these two special 10×10 events, that celebrate ten years for both MIF and WHP in the city. It’s the perfect way for WHP to kick off our tenth anniversary year and the last time this incredible space is going to be brought to life,” said Sam Kandel, WHP Co-Founder & Director.
Moving into autumn, The Warehouse Project have begun to tease their plans for their 10th anniversary with two shows, both taking place on Friday 16th October, with Jamie XX at The Albert Hall and Major Lazer at The Manchester Academy.
Major Lazer – 10am Friday 1st May
Jamie xx – 10am Friday 1st May
10 x 10 Shows – 10am Friday 8th May
The full WHP15 series will be announced in the summer along with full details of where the shows will be taking place and everything the tenth year has instore for the WHP family.