The penultimate party at Picadilly Train Station also features Fake Blood, Riva Starr and Jaguar Skills.
Warehouse Project have announced the lineup for their New Year's Eve party, due to be their last at Manchester's Picadilly Train Station.
The Warehouse Project prides itself on presenting a wide range of musical styles in its annual four month run, from underground favorites like Pearson Sound and Tiger & Woods to massive names like John Digweed and Eric Pyrdz. For New Year's Eve, they plump for a few big names and a gaggle of local DJs. 2011's year-end bash is headlined by BBC1 host Annie Mac, who also led the charge last year. She's joined by equally pop-friendly acts such as Fake Blood, Riva Starr, and Jaguar Skills. Residents Krysko and Greg Lord will lend support, along with a local contingent that includes Juicy, Will Tramp, Drop the Mustard and Now Wave DJs. The event will be Warehouse Project's second-to-last party ever at their iconic venue on Store Street, with a proper farewell party taking place the next day.
Tickets to The Warehouse Project 2011 presents New Years Eve are available here on RA.