The Warehouse Project announces Easter 2013 line-up

Posted: 1st February 2013
Manchester's Victoria Warehouse to feature Skream, Maya Jane Coles, Alesso, Ostgut Ton and more, tickets on sale now
The Warehouse Project

After a hugely-successful 2012 season of club-events to rival all club-events, Manchester's heavyweight Warehouse Project has been busy grafting for your benefit. And that's because Easter Weekend is choc-full of nights riddled with noise-making troubadours from the clubbing world.

From Thursday 28th until Sunday 31st March, Victoria Warehouse's back-room will play host to four massive gatherings - that's massive as in 'event', rather than capacity. Each show will only have 1,500 tickets available and will fill rooms 2 and 3 only - the front of the venue will remain closed ready for the autumn 2013 season to kick off.

Skream, Rustie and Jackmaster will head up the roster for the opening Skreamizm night on Thursday, with the emphasis very much on dubstep and bassweight. Loefah, Pariah and Waifs and Strays will also appear and tickets will cost £18.50.

Friday sees Ben Klock and Marcel Dettmann take to the decks for some Ostgut Ton label-action (£18.50), while Saturday welcomes an album launch night for Maya Jane Coles. She'll be joined by Heidi, Eats Everything and many more for an all-nighter that will set you back just £20.

Otto Knows and Style of Eye are just some of Alesso's friends joining him on the final 'Alesso and Friends' night of the Easter weekend on Sunday (£20/£25) [tickets now sold out - Ed]. Then it's just got to be time for bed after that little lot. After breakfast, natch.

Tickets for all four nights are available now and are expected to sell very quickly. Remember, these carry a smaller capacity than typical WHP events.

Also, if you're quick, you can grab the last few tickets to see the Zutekh Warehouse Party tomorrow night (Saturday 2nd Feb) at the Victoria Warehouse, which will feature dOp, Shaun Reeves, Jackmaster, Oneman and more. Tickets cost £18.50 + fees.

Click on the Easter Clubbing button, below, for more Easter club action.

Paul Pledger