A host of new names have been added to this year’s Warehouse Project, which takes place between September and November in venues across Manchester.
Among the events, Jamie xx and friends will be playing a day-long event at Store Street, Daphni and a DJ set by Jon Hopkins will form part of a night curated by Floating Points, while Mura Masa and Nao are heading up an Anchor Point evening.
Elsewhere, there’s two presents shows from Annie Mac, and headline performances from Little Dragon and Thundercat.
LCD Soundsystem were already confirmed to play two dates at the Warehouse Project in September and, unsurprisingly, both of the dates have already sold out.
For full details of the line-up for each night of the Warehouse Project, and for ticketing information, head to their website.
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