The Manchester institution have announced a fresh set of parties for the upcoming Easter weekend.
Manchester's Warehouse Project have announced four new parties that will take place on April's Bank Holiday weekend.
The series of events are going under the banner of "Beneath The Streets", and kick off on Thursday 9th April with a set from commercial house star David Guetta. Trance jock Paul Van Dyk takes over proceedings on the Friday night, whilst revellers looking for a slice of underground house and techno should be more than satisfied by Saturday night's Cocoon event. Uncle Sven won't be there personally, but the night will see performances from Tiefschwarz, Raresh and Seth Troxler, as well as Berghain resident André Galluzzi. Timo Maas will also return to Piccadilly Station for the party, following his successful gig there with Eric Prydz in December.
For the final night, Erol Alkan was selected to curate his own line-up, and he's chosen Simian Mobile Disco, Surkin and Digitalism to jack things up with their colourful electro-house. That isn't the only thing on the menu, however, as Morgan Geist and Darshan Jesrani of Metro Area will also be on hand to dish out some of their disco delicacies.
Tickets for all four parties are available directly through RA here.