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The Warehouse Project unveils details of debut Australia shows

Bonobo and Mall Grab will host parties in Melbourne and Sydney in May

  • 4 March 2024
The Warehouse Project unveils details of debut Australia shows

Manchester’s The Warehouse Project is set to make its Australian debut this May, with shows planned in Melbourne and Sydney.

Headed up by Bonobo and Mall Grab, the shows will mark WHP's first dates Down Under — with parties at Melbourne's PICA and Munro Warehouse in Sydney.

The Manchester-based event series marked its first-ever international event last year, with events in Rotterdam, the Netherlands and Antwerp.

For Bonobo's nights, he will bring his OUTLIER project with the likes of HAAi, Kelly Lee Owens, Paula Tape, dj pgz and resident Krysko.

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Mall Grab will present his Looking For Trouble party joined by Effy, Jennifer Loveless and Dameeeela.

Sam Kandel, Co-Founder of The Warehouse Project, shares: “Following the success of our first international editions in Rotterdam and Antwerp last year, we’ve been having great fun putting more international plans together.

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Kandel continues: “Australia has always been somewhere we’ve dreamed of hosting The Warehouse Project. We are also so grateful to Bonobo and Mall Grab, and all the artists both international and domestic who will each play a special part of this WHP Australia debut”

The alternating events will see Mall Grab in Sydney on May 25 whilst on the same night Bonobo will play Melbourne. The following day on May 26, Mall Grab will play Melbourne whilst Bonobo will play in Sydney.

Presale is available from March 5 and general sale is set to go live on March 7 here.

Check out the line-up below with more names still to be announced.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag's Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

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