The Warehouse Project to Make International Debut in Rotterdam

November 11, 2022
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Party brand The Warehouse Project will make its international debut as the electronic concept is set to land on Rotterdam grounds in April 2023. 

Away from its Manchester roots, the party session will take over a former yard in RDM (Rotterdamsche Droogdok Maatschappij), a defunct shipbuilding company. 

Mirroring its underground and raw Depot Mayfield home, the port site – which houses massive festivals such as Rotterdam Rave – fits Warehouse Project like a glove with steel structures and industrial buildings. 

From April 28th through the 30th, techno powerhouses and electronic legends like Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler, Ryan Elliott, Bicep, and NIKS will take over the audio decks. Information about the schedule, boat parties, and afterparties are yet to be announced. 

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After garnering a reputation for being a lusted-after party concept in the UK, The Warehouse Project decided to monopolize Europe’s largest port as “Rotterdam shares huge synergy with Manchester.” 

Co-founder Sam Kendel said that WHP’s crew has been hunting the perfect opportunity to expand its international boundaries for the past decade – and it seems like ”it’s all finally going to come together in Rotterdam.” 

Pre-sale will go live to all sign-ups and previous WHP ticket holders starting from 10 AM on November 15th. You can sign up for pre-sale here


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