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Echoing WHP’s Manchester home The Depot, the new series will take over a former shipping contsruction site – Rotterdamsche Droogdok Maatschappij (RDM), which is located just beside the city.
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Also joining these world-reknowned names are Gina Breeze, Aletha, Jordan Villa and more The Warehouse Project resident-holders. Boat parties, after parties and other events will be announced soon.
The Warehouse Project has said its decision to expand into Rotterdam is due to the parallels between the Dutch city and Manchester — both sharing a rich industrial past, modernist architecture and enveloping waterways throughout the city.
Sam Kandel, Co-Founder of The Warehouse Project, said: “The Warehouse Project has become an international destination and over the years we have seen a steady influx of ravers from around the UK, then Europe and further from across the globe – especially since things opened up after the pandemic.
“In fact we have been looking for ten years now for the perfect opportunity for an international WHP edition — it feels like it’s all finally going to come together in Rotterdam.”
Running for on the Bank Holiday weekend from April 28 to April 30, full weekend ticket including accommodation are available from £299 per person with the city even being easily accessible via the Eurostar. Tickets without the added bonus of travel will be £150.
Pre-sale will go live to all sign-ups and to previous The Warehouse Project ticket holders on November 15 at 10AM. General sale will go live November 16 at 10AM.
Sign up for pre-sale here and check out the full line-up below.
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Written by: Tim Hopkins