They are back at their ‘spiritual home’ in Store Street and have released some of the world’s most renowned names in electronic music to their line-up.
And now, ravers from every nook and cranny of Manchester are currently immersed in a desperate online scramble for Warehouse Project tickets.
With Store Street’s strictly limited capacity, there is less than half the number of tickets available for the 2014 season compared to the last couple of years. Tickets for all shows will be in huge demand and limited to only two per person per event.
Competition to snap up the tickets is fierce and sell-outs over the next few days, if not hours, seem to be growing more ever more likely.
The prodigious season schedule sees some distinguished artists take to the stage such as UK garage legend DJ EZ, Annie Mac and a once in a lifetime opportunity to admire Fat Boy Slim.
Over the last two years, the WHP has laid its hat at the vast, Victoria warehouse venue in Old Trafford – but organisers have been overwhelmed with homesickness and it seems they are back for good.
Tickets will surely be in high demand on opening night, September 27, as Seth Troxler, Carl Craig and Jackmaster drop the bass.
However, the real hits seem to be 11 October with David Rodigan, Shy FX and DJ EZ or 5 December with The Chemical Brothers, Breach and Bicep surely set to cause a stir.
And fans have hit Twitter to tell their ticket tales:
All my wage might just go on @WHP_Mcr tickets today
— Rosie Paul (@rosiepaulx) July 25, 2014
If I don’t get at least one of these Warehouse Project tickets i might cry
— Hamid (@HamidAbdul410) July 25, 2014
— Chris Byrne (@ChrisByrne7) July 25, 2014
— Tom Berry (@tom_berry88) July 25, 2014
Any #WHP tickets going for Ape v Ram Jam on Oct 11th? Will pay with mum’s hard earned cash!
— Tom Wilson (@ThomasWilson21) July 25, 2014
Can’t even cope with them line ups just in time for pay day too #WHP
— mollykrenz (@mollykrenz25) July 23, 2014