The line-up for Manchester’s penultimate Warehouse Project party at Store Street party has been unveiled: the New Years Eve party will feature Annie Mac, Fake Blood, Jaguar Skills, Riva Starr and more.
Having been a regular headliner at the Warehouse Project for the past few years, it was only fitting that the ‘Queen of the weekends’ herself celebrated the penultimate party at the last ever Store Street venue. With her genre-subversion and eclectic tune selection, Annie Mac’s infectious beats and energetic personality will kick-start 2012 as well as conclude her own memorable run at the Warehouse Project, Store Street.
2011’s New Years Eve event and the ‘Annie Mac Presents’ night earlier this season were both a sell-out success and the same high-level of demand is expected for New Years Eve 2011. Joining Annie is a hand-selected line-up representing her mélange of styles and influences. Long-time friend and music associate Fake Blood is on board to escort crowds through an electro journey, masked ‘Master of Hip Hop’ Jaguar Skills who will showcase his scratching talents and rising star Riva Starr will exercise his love for fusing styles and reinventing tunes.
Adding to these electronic music heavyweights and closing a huge nine-hour music marathon is new kid on the block Doorly, Mista Jam, WHP residents Krysko & Greg Lord, and local talents Now Wave DJs, Juicy and Will Tramp.
The NYE party will kick off at 8.30pm and run until 5am. Tickets are on sale now priced £28.50 – £32.50. For more information and to book yours, go to www.thewarehouseproject.com.