Manchester club night series The Warehouse Project (WHP) is to host its debut international event in Rotterdam, the Netherlands next year.

From 28-30 April, WHP will take over the former yard of the Rotterdamsche Droogdok Maatschappij (RDM), located in the middle of Europe’s largest port and next to Rotterdam city. The lineup for the 4,500-capacity event includes Bicep, DJ EZ, Peggy Gou, Seth Troxler, Overmono and TSHA.

WHP organisers said Rotterdam “shares huge synergy” with Manchester due to its industrial past and strong dance and club culture. The city is accessible from the UK via a Eurostar train direct from St Pancras International to Rotterdam Centraal, along with coach packages available from major UK cities.

WHP co-founder Sam Kandel said, “The Warehouse Project has become an international destination and over the years we have seen a steady influx of ravers from around the UK, then Europe and further from across the globe – especially since things opened up after the pandemic. In fact, we have been looking for ten years now for the perfect opportunity for an international WHP edition – it feels like it’s all finally going to come together in Rotterdam.”