The Warehouse Project, a series of club nights organised in Greater Manchester, has launched a 48-hour resale campaign in an effort to stamp out touting.
Organisers have made a limited number of returned tickets available to buy via the official website.
The tickets for previously sold out shows have become available again, as of yesterday (Wednesday), after some fans failed to follow through with their payment plan bookings.
Earlier this month, the firm announced a fake ticket warning, stating that it had been alerted to an increased level of fraudulent tickets in circulation.
It said on Facebook: “Those with fake of duplicate tickets which do not correspond with the ID presented will be refused entry to the venue.
“It is not possible to tell if a ticket is bought from a secondary source or from any unofficial source is a duplicate, and for this reason we strongly advise to only purchase from the WHP website, our official street team, or one of our official ticket outlets.”
Its official ticketing partners include Ticketmaster, See Tickets, Ticket Arena, Festicket, Dice and Skiddle.
The 2019 edition of the event is set to host acts including Aphex Twin, Skepta, Disclosure, Flume, Chase & Status, Nina Kraviz and more.
The Warehouse Project will take over the 10,000-capacity Depot (Mayfield) for the 2019 season for its largest ever venue. The three-month season commences September 20 running until January 1.
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