The first names to play The Warehouse Project this year have been announced, taking place at Manchester's new 10,000-capacity venue.

Nina Kraviz, Aphex Twin, Skepta, Disclosure, Chase & Status, Mall Grab, Annie Mac, ANNA and loads more will appear at the disused Post Sorting Office next to Manchester Piccadilly station.

Aphex opens the season on September 20 with his first ever fully curated show featuring Nina Kraviz, Lee Gamble, Acre, Rian_Treanor and more, with Disclosure headlining the following night. That night also has sets from Mall Grab, Sherelle, Baba Stiltz, Denis Sulta and more.

Chase & Status head up a bass-heavy night on October 5, joined by the likes of Emerald, My Nu Leng, Chimpo, Barely Legal and David Rodigan.

Skepta headlines on November 29 with appearances from Octan, Flohio, M Huncho, Miraa May and more.

WHP co-founder, Sam Kandel says, “What's happening down at Mayfield with the launch of the Depot venue is a huge moment for the whole of Manchester. There are a huge number of people and various different institutions and networks working in true collaboration to make this a reality. We are so grateful that WHP can play its part. After nearly ten years of pushing and pulling to make this place base camp for WHP it’s finally happening. We can’t wait.”

Tickets for WHP 2019 - running from September 20 to November 29 - go on sale at 9am on June 26. Get them here.

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