Bonobo and Caribou to open Manchester’s Warehouse Project new season

Bonobo and Caribou to open Manchester’s Warehouse Project new season

Bobobo and Caribou are set to perform at Manchester’s Warehouse Project this summer.

READ MORE: Bonobo – ‘Fragments’ review: veteran dance don offers a richly rewarding start to the year

The pair will perform the opening concert at The Warehouse Project’s new season, which will begin earlier than ever this year on the August Bank Holiday weekend.

Bonobo will perform a “special full live performance” alongside Dan Snaith’s Caribou for the bank holiday weekend double-header.

Pre-sale tickets will be available to previous fans from tomorrow, April 27 at 10am BST while general tickets will be available from the same time on Thursday (April 28). You can get tickets for the event here.

The venue, which is located in Manchester’s Depot Mayfield, will announce further acts for the 2022 season in the coming weeks.

WHP22 /// NEW – BONOBO + CARIBOU

Bonobo makes his Depot Mayfield debut for a special performance, alongside Caribou, who return to WHP for August Bank Holiday to kick off the season.

Pre-sale 10AM 27th April
General Sale 10AM 28th April
Registration

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— The Warehouse Project (@WHP_Mcr) April 26, 2022

Bonobo, aka Simon Green, released his new album ‘Fragments’ earlier this year – it was his first in five years.

Reviewing that, NME said: “The desire right now might be to banish the January blues head-on with immediate musical rushes, but you’ll be just as fulfilled taking a deep breath and immersing yourself in an album as charming as ‘Fragments’. Come spring and summer, when this album will evolve once more and thrive in clubs and festival fields, it’ll be enriching all over again.”

He’s currently also on tour – check out the full list of dates here.

Caribou, meanwhile, released an uplifting new track called ‘You Can Do It’ last summer.

READ MORE: Caribou – ‘Suddenly’: unabashed slappers sit easily next to experimental, unsettling electronica

The Canadian electronic artist/producer – real name Dan Snaith – premiered the track during Caribou’s headline set at Green Man festival last year.

“With the likes of ‘Never Come Back’ and ‘Home’ bolstering an already hit-packed set that closes with the blissful ‘Can’t Do Without You’, Dan Snaith and co. prove their headlining chops without a hitch,” NME‘s review read.

Caribou are also headlining this year’s Bigfoot Festival alongside the Happy Mondays.

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Bobobo and Caribou are set to perform at Manchester’s Warehouse Project this summer. READ MORE: Bonobo – ‘Fragments’ review: veteran dance don offers a richly rewarding start to the year The pair will perform the opening concert at The Warehouse Project’s new season, which will begin earlier than ever this year on the August Bank…

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