Adam Beyer returns with Drumcode to the Warehouse Project at Depot, MAYFIELD's iconic venue on Manchester nights.
The Warehouse Project has opted to convert into its residence Mayfield Depot, a 10,000 seat venue in the old Manchester train station, a disused railway depot abandoned since 1960. As part of a £ 2019 billion regeneration project in XNUMX, Depot Mayfield was transformed to provide a platform for a diverse program of arts, music, industrial, cultural and community events in this Unique space showing Manchester's industrial past.
The old train station is made up of 5 large-scale spaces that offer the best industrial and underground backdrop. The city center location is easily accessible as it is directly across from Piccadilly train station.
The Warehouse Project presents Drumcode after 2 years of hiatus due to the pandemic, Adam Beyer returns to Manchester with his techno party. In this quote he presents us with a line up of scandal formed by Adam Beyer, Alan Fitzpatrick, DJ Rush, Ida Engberg, Ilario Alicante, Joel Mull, Joyhauser, Kölsch, Layton Giordani, Lilly Palmer, Luigi Madonna, Mark Reeve, Raxon, Rebūke, Richie Hawtin, Thomas Schumacher, Victor Ruiz and Wehbba (Live ) with which we will see most of the collaborating djs of this label Drumcode.
On this occasion we have the presence of Richie Hawtin, another great reference of current techno that is not usually present in the Drumcode line up.
The event schedules will be divided into three areas with the following distribution of djs: