Local promoter Meat Free is also behind the April 16th event, which will feature Objekt, Helena Hauff, Regis and more.
James Ruskin's Blueprint Records will host a 20th anniversary showcase at new Manchester venue Mantra Warehouse on Saturday, April 16th.
The as-yet-unopened space is the sister venue to Mantra Live, a multi-use venue located in Ancoats, on the outskirts of Manchester's city centre. The new spot, which is located on the same street, will officially open on March 12th in conjunction with local outfit Covert Events. April's Blueprint takeover will also be a collaboration, this time time with Meat Free, who will be celebrating its third birthday on the night. Luke Slater, Regis, Helena Hauff and Objekt have been booked alongside Ruskin, with support from Meat Free residents Blasha & Allatt.
Blueprint was founded in 1996 by Ruskin and Richard Polson, who died in the mid-2000s. For more on the label's story, stream Ruskin's RA Exchange below.