THE WAREHOUSE PROJECT ANNOUNCES FIRST INTERNATIONAL SHOWS IN AUSTRALIA

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the warehouse project announces first international shows in australia

The world renowned Manchester institution has chosen two unique locations in Melbourne and Sydney for its Australian debut

First wave of line up is now announced – featuring Bonobo, Mall Grab, Kelly Lee Owens, HAAi, Effy and many more

THE WAREHOUSE PROJECT, TICKET AGENT & VENUE PRESALE

10AM AEDT TUESDAY 5TH MARCH – 10AM AEDT THURSDAY 7TH MARCH

GENERAL ON-SALE: 11AM AEDT THURSDAY 7TH MARCH

BUY TICKETS HERE

The Warehouse Project Australia

Melbourne and Sydney 

25th – 26th May 2024

www.thewarehouseproject.com/australia

The Warehouse Project, Manchester’s revered institution, renowned for its cultural impact in the rave scenes, has announced it will head to the Southern Hemisphere for the very first time.

Following huge international success in Europe across Rotterdam, Netherlands and Antwerp, Belgium last year, Australia is set to be the next destination for The Warehouse Project.

For one weekend only, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th May 2024, Melbourne and Sydney will be home to The Warehouse Project. In partnership with Live Nation Australia, the special weekender will showcase an impressive array of international artists as well as home-grown talents from Australia.

Since its inception in 2006, The Warehouse Project has continuously pushed boundaries in unique disused spaces around its home city in Manchester, from the early days at Boddingtons Brewery to today’s industrial rave powerhouse, Depot Mayfield. 

Bringing the concept Down Under this May, The Warehouse Project will take over two remarkable venues – the dynamic PICA in Melbourne, and Munro Warehouse located in the prominent Sydney Olympic Park.

The weekender in Melbourne and Sydney will take place simultaneously on Saturday and Sunday. Featuring globally acclaimed artists alongside some of Australia’s freshest talent, Day One in Melbourne (25th May) and Day Two in Sydney (26th May) will see Bonobo bring his international Outlier series to the Australian-cities. Outlier has seen Bonobo harness his talents as a curator and arbiter of club culture, as well as demonstrating his instinctive relationship with music. Bonobo will be joined on the day by Kelly Lee Owens, Australia’s own HAAi, Paula Tape and DJ PGZ, and The Warehouse Project resident, Krysko

Day Two in Melbourne (26th May) and Day One in Sydney (25th May) will welcome one of the most in-demand artists on the scene and another Australian favourite, Mall Grab, who will present his now legendary Looking For Trouble party for the first time in his native Australia. Mall Grab will be joined by Effy, Jennifer Loveless, and Australian DJ Dameeeela.

Sam Kandel, Co-Founder of The Warehouse Project, said: “Following the success of our first international editions in Rotterdam and Antwerp last year, we’ve been having great fun putting more international plans together.. Australia has always been somewhere we’ve dreamed of hosting The Warehouse Project.. We are also so grateful to Bonobo and Mall Grab, and all the artists both international and domestic who will each play a special part of this WHP Australia debut”

Pre-sale will go live at 10am AEDT Tuesday 5th March. General sale will go live from 11am AEDT Thursday 7th March. For complete tour and ticket information, visit: https://www.thewarehouseproject.com/australia, and livenation.com.au.

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The Warehouse Project Australia

Bonobo Presents OUTLIER

PICA, Melbourne – Saturday 25th May

Munro Warehouse, Sydney – Sunday 26th May 

BONOBO (DJ SET)

HAAI 

 KELLY LEE OWENS (DJ SET)

PAULA TAPE

DJ PGZ 

KRYSKO

Plus More To Be Added

 

Mall Grab Presents Looking For Trouble

Munro Warehouse, Sydney – Saturday 25th May

PICA, Melbourne – Sunday 26th May

 

 MALL GRAB 

 EFFY 

JENNIFER LOVELESS 

DJ DAMEEEELA 

Plus More To Be Added

 

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Mick Pacholli

Mick created TAGG - The Alternative Gig Guide in 1979 with Helmut Katterl, the world's first real Street Magazine. He had been involved with his fathers publishing business, Toorak Times and associated publications since 1972.  Mick was also involved in Melbourne's music scene for a number of years opening venues, discovering and managing bands and providing information and support for the industry. Mick has also created a number of local festivals and is involved in not for profit and supporting local charities.        

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