Drumcode returns to Picadilly as the last techno show of the season at The Warehouse Project in Manchester.
The Warehouse Project has opted to convert into its residence Mayfield Depot Opposite Piccadilly Train Station; a place with capacity for 10.000 people in the old train station of Manchester. This year presents Drumcode as the last techno show of the season with a duration of 9 long hours. From 20:00 p.m. on Saturday, December 3 2022 until dawn at 5:00 a.m. on Sunday, December 4.
One more year commanded by Adam Beyer his techno party in Manchester. In this appointment he presents us with a line up of scandal formed by Alan Fitzpatrick, ANNA, Bart Skils, Charles D, Eli Brown, HI-LO, Juliet Fox, Layton Giordani, Lilly Palmer, Maceo Plex, Raxon, Rebūke, Roberto Capuano, Sterac, and Veerus. Also in set b2b we will see Maceo Plex y Raxon, Oscar L. y Weska and the usual stamp Victor Ruiz b2b Wehbba with which we will see most of the collaborating djs of Drumcode.
The hours of the event are not yet known but it will be divided into three usual areas Depot, Concourse and Archive. You can still get your ticket on the official website of The Warehouse Project.