Manchester’s world renowned event series The Warehouse Project has had some huge European success across Rotterdam, Netherlands, Antwerp and Belgium over the last few years, and they’ve now got their eyes set on Australia to host two very special events in Melbourne and Sydney this May!

The Warehouse Project Australia will be taking place simultaneously across the weekend with Day One in Melbourne (May 25th) and Day Two in Sydney (May 26th), showcasing an impressive array of international and home-grown artists;

Mall Grab will be presenting his now legendary “Looking For Trouble” party for the first time on his home-soil and showcasing the talents of Effy, dameeeela and Jennifer Loveless (plus more are yet to be announced).

Bonobo will be presenting his “Outlier” series which has seen him harness his talents as a curator and arbiter of club culture, as well as demonstrating his instinctive relationship with music, and he’ll be showcasing HAAi, Kelly Lee Owens, Paula Tape, DJ PGZ and Krysko (plus more are yet to be announced).

WHAT: The Warehouse Project Australia
WHERE: PICA, Melbourne // Munro Warehouse, Sydney
WHEN: May 25th – 26th
HOW: tickets are on sale now

“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.” ~ Sam Kandel, Co-Founder of The Warehouse Project


(in partnership with Live Nation Australia)

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