Greater Manchester Police were called to the scene after two men were stabbed at The Warehouse Project in Manchester late Sunday night.
“At around 12:40am on Sunday, October 3rd, police were called to reports of a double stabbing on Travis Street, Manchester,” said a police spokesperson. “Enquiries have established that an altercation occurred at a club between a group of people before two of them were stabbed.”
“Emergency services attended and two men – aged 20 and 21 – were taken to the hospital with stab wounds which were not deemed life threatening,” they continued. “No arrests have been made and enquiries are still ongoing.”
The spokesperson called on the Manchester community for information regarding the attacks, stating, “Anyone with information should contact police using the LiveChat function at www.gmp.police.uk or call 101, quoting incident number 140 of 03/10/21,” they wrote. “Reports can also be made anonymously to the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.”
The Warehouse Project’s organizers have yet to make an official statement.
Beginning in 2006 as an underground party at Strangeways Brewery in Manchester, The Warehouse Project has grown into a large seasonal club event. Each season typically runs from September to New Years Day and the brand has been featured in DJ Mag‘s top 100 clubs list numerous times, peaking at #11 in 2020.