Joining her at the Depot will be Shy FX, Yung Singh, a debut Special Request B2B Clipz set, a live set from D Double E, p-rallel, Greentea Selecta, Izzy Bossy, and IZCO & Reek0.
Meanwhile, on the Concourse, Interplanetary Criminal take over with Skream, Sammy Virji, Girls Don’t Sync, Blumitsu (Jossy Mitsu & Bluetoof), Chloé Robinson, Bakey, and Silva Bumpa B2B DJ Cosworth.
And at the Archive will be salute, Breakage, 4am Kru, Tim Reaper, DJ Flight, Pete Cannon, Djinn, Chimpo, Salo, Rich Reason, TS & Worsleyy.
Commenting on her first UP YA ARCHIVES event at The Warehouse Project, Nia Archives said: “I am so buzzin to curate UP YA ARCHIVES at The Warehouse Project in December! Manchester is a special place to me and I’m so gassed I’ve got to book so many of my favourite artists and DJs to play alongside me. Can’t wait! Tickets on sale Friday at 10am!”
The Warehouse Project has also linked up with London’s beloved Sports Banger, which has taken the party and fashion scenes by storm since its launch in 2013. Founder, curator and raver Jonny Banger has designed an exclusive capsule collection for WHP23 merchandise. The Sports Banger x WHP23 capsule will drop as a limited run, featuring heavyweight hoodies and crewneck t-shirts. Available to buy on site from this weekend (Friday 29th September) at the WHP merchandise stall, some of the proceeds from the sales will go to WHP charity partners, Manchester South Central Foodbank and Mad Dogs Homeless Project.
“This is an exciting project for us, to collaborate with one of the UK’s long-standing club series,” says Sports Banger’s Jonny Banger. “We look forward to launching the first capsule collection for WHP23 which features some core Sports Banger designs with a nod to The Warehouse Project and its home city Manchester.”
Tickets are available at www.thewarehouseproject.com/calendar.