Updated: Saturday, 20th September 2014 @ 6:12pm

The Warehouse Project announces Easter Sunday return at a new secret location

The Warehouse Project announces Easter Sunday return at a new secret location

By Adam Ryder

The Warehouse Project – Manchester’s most unique music event – returns on Easter Sunday with a marathon house and techno line-up.

The precise location is being kept under wraps and will be revealed on March 22. However the organisers have admitted that the new space is a change from Store Street and is a 'big risk'.

The organisers stated on their website: “We know Store Street will have a special place in people’s hearts but the Warehouse Project was created with a genuine desire to keep evolving and not stand still.

“The change is of course a big one and we go into it knowing there are all kinds of challenges ahead.”

They have also confirmed they are definitely staying in this city despite rumours of a move to London.

The WHP begins the new chapter with an epic day-and-night house and techno event with 17 confirmed artists, with Loco Dice headlining.

The full line-up includes Jamie Jones, Carl Craig Presents 69 Live, Maya Jane Coles, Claude Von Stroke, Benoit & Sergio, M.A.N.D.Y, Julio Bashmore, Heidi, Nina Kraviz, Scuba, Eats Everything, XXXY, Krysko, Damu, Greg Lord and Andro.

The day-and-night event runs from 5:30pm on April 8 until 4:00 am the following morning. Early bird tickets costs £25 and can be bought through their website at www.warehouseproject.com or call 0161 832 1111.