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The UK's Biggest Club Night With 10,000 Capacity Is Opening In Manchester

The UK's Biggest Club Night With 10,000 Capacity Is Opening In Manchester

The biggest club night in the UK is set to open in Manchester in September.

The Warehouse Project is moving to the city's arts and music venue The Depot, located in a former train depot opposite Piccadilly Station, for the second half of the year for their upcoming autumn and winter calendar.


The Depot in Manchester. Credit: Geograph
The Depot in Manchester. Credit: Geograph
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The venue's 10,000-person capacity will not only make it the biggest club night in the UK but will put it on a par with the current Guinness Book of World Records holder of the largest nightclub in the world, Privilege in Ibiza, which can also hold 10,000 revellers.

The Warehouse Project's capacity dwarfs all other British superclubs, including East London's Fabric, which can host 1,600 clubbers, and Newcastle's Digital which can fit 1,400 people.

It also makes Rotherhithe's Printworks look small, despite its 5,000-person capacity, and adding to the excitement the Warehouse Project's new venue is more than five times the size of their old venue in Manchester's Store Street.

The club night is set to kick off on Friday, 20th September and will see the likes of Fatboy Slim, Aphex Twin, Hacienda Classical and Soul II Soul entertaining revellers.

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Also on the bill for 2019 is Skrillex, Disclosure, Underworld and Skepta, alongside a special Halloween event headlined by Annie Mac.

Speaking to the Manchester Evening News, co-founder Sam Kandel said: "Without doubt the Warehouse Project 2019 has been the most challenging and exciting season to programme since Warehouse Project began."

Credit: Pexels
Credit: Pexels
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He continued: "As has been the case with every Warehouse Project venue that has gone before we don't really know how long it will be around, so our thought was simply that we need to make the most of it for the time it's available."

Finishing: "The space at Depot is a dream in terms of creating a brand new environment and to collaborate with artists and other promoters in a way that hasn't been possible before.

"We're really pleased with how its all coming together and can't wait for September."

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The Warehouse Project has predicted they'll see a million revellers through their three month-long season, which kicks off on Friday, 20th September and will run through until Wednesday, 1st January.

You can buy tickets via Ticket Arena here.

Featured Image Credit: Pexels/ Unsplash

Topics: Life News, Music Entertainment, Events News, Real

Lisa McLoughlin

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