We’re not sure there’ll be any DJs left for the rest of the UK’s New Year parties.

The Warehouse Project in Manchester has announced the line-ups for its New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day parties. Sasha, Annie Mac, Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs (DJ set) and drum’n’bass veteran Andy C will lead proceedings on New Year’s Eve with support from James Zabiela, Tensnake, Maribou State, Ejeca, Lil Silva and more.

On New Year’s Day, the final event of the 2013 season is an absolute belter of a line-up, starring Carl Craig, Jamie Jones, Innervisions members Dixon and Âme ,T.Williams, Prins Thomas and Skream, plus (very deep breath) Ben UFO B2B Joy OrbisonJackmaster B2B Oneman, and Paul Woolford (pictured) B2B Midland.

The announcement comes a day after the Manchester promoters announced the cancellation of 2014’s Warehouse Project season, with just a handful of events planned for next autumn, though they have promised to return at full tilt for their 10th birthday in 2015.

In September the venue was struck by tragedy when a 30-year-old man died after falling ill on the premises and five more were hospitalised after a “bad batch” of drugs was said to be in circulation.

Head to The Warehouse Project website for tickets and information. [via Mixmag]



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