Manchester dance institution The Warehouse Project have teamed up with MM to sort one lucky reader out with a memorable New Year.
A pair of VIP tickets for The Warehouse Project’s New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day parties and two bottles of Russian Standard Vodka are up for grabs.
The winner and a friend will enjoy special treatment with access to their own bar, toilets and complimentary cloakroom, and two nights of back-to-back dance music from some of the world’s leading DJs.
The event, which is now sold out, will see big-time DJs like Eats Everything, Skream and Joy Orbison play to the packed-out Store Street crowd.
TREAT: Celebrated dance DJ Joy Orbison will play on New Year’s Day (©Elevate Festival, with thanks)
With the season running from September to New Year’s Day, these two parties are set to be the biggest of the year – and you could be there at the final two for free.
This could well be the final ever party at the venue’s ‘spiritual home’ underneath Piccadilly Rail Station as organisers plan to move the location for the 2015 programme in September.
On December 31, The Warehouse Project’s ‘most loved DJs’, Eats Everything and Heidi will welcome in the New Year.
The Edible and Jackathon founders will headline a bill that features some of the most exciting new house music ranging from the likes of Skream and Huxley to the Kerri Chandler-approved No Artificial Colours.
SPIRITUAL HOME: The event could be the Piccadilly venue’s last
(©Manox, with thanks)
The Closing Party on New Year’s Day will see Maceo Plex headline a bill of ‘groundbreaking house and techno’, featuring Julio Bashmore and Scuba making their only appearances this season.
Dan Snaith returns to WHP following his Caribou live set in October, while DJ Tennis and Jasper James make their Store Street debuts.
The competition, sponsored by Russian Standard Vodka, closes at 2pm on Friday 19.
All images courtesy of Manox, with thanks