Tickets for first collaboration with The Warehouse Project are on sale now, for £20 until Midnight, Monday September 30th. Get them here.
Capping off what has been a huge year for our Highsnobiety Soundsystem music project, we’re excited to reveal the line-up for our biggest event to date. In collaboration with British rave icons The Warehouse Project, the first Saturday of December will see us take over a vast, industrial complex in the heart of Manchester.
With two rooms of cutting-edge music programming and an experiential space for instillations covering design, tech, art and lifestyle, Highsnobiety Soundsystem + The Warehouse Project will celebrate and showcase the wealth of game-changing British talent breaking through in these politically fraught times.
Headlining the night will be Fredo and slowthai, rappers at different ends of the eclectic spectrum of the UK scene. Hailing from North-West London and Northampton respectively, and both born in 1994, the two artists are world-beaters in their own right.
Fredo, who scored his first UK Number One single last year, and slowthai, who will fly into Manchester in December from a US arena tour with BROCKHAMPTON, lead a lineup composed primarily of young artists set to define the next generation of contemporary acts from around the country. Fellow rappers Flohio, CASISDEAD, and Kojey Radical also feature, as will Darq E Freaker and Ciesay of +Sounds by Places+Faces, local heroes Children of Zeus, and none other than Drake’s favourite DJ, Tiffany Calver.
Manchester based producer and visual artist Murlo joins to present a very rare audio/visual performance, and topping off the event will be DJ set from Mike Skinner of The Streets – an artist credited for paving the way for alternative British rap back in the early 2000s.
Tickets start at £20, a conscious effort made by both The Warehouse Project and Highsnobiety to ensure the show is as accessible and affordable as possible, and available now, here.