February 23, 2024 | 0 COMMENTS

Relentless Beats, one of the Southwest's most prolific independent promoters produces over 400 events a year among EDM’s most notable festivals such as Decadence Arizona, Goldrush Music Festival, and PHXLIGHTS to name a few. The multi-faceted entertainment company prides itself as “catering to the Arizona underground scene since 2009”, especially with the impactful expression of their newest addition, Phoenix Warehouse Project

Event and Lineup 

Passionate about stationing events solely in Downtown Phoenix, Phoenix Warehouse Project’s mission is to cultivate art, love, and culture to further their support of the local underground EDM scene. As the project partners with Warehouse 215 and other warehouse spaces, future events will surround cannabis, art, yoga, and of course, more (EDM) performances. 

"With Phoenix Warehouse Project, we aim to add even more texture to an already culture-rich community in Downtown Phoenix by serving as a hub for art, love, and culture," says Founder of Relentless Beats, Thomas Turner. 

The first weekend in March at Warehouse 215 commences the debut weekend for the passion project with Green Velvet, San Pacho, and TOBEHONEST on Friday, Mar. 1. Meanwhile on Saturday, Mar. 2, Dr. Fresch, BIJOU, and Black V Neck are set to perform one of the most special performances Downtown Phoenix has yet to experience. Glittering the atmosphere with their sparkle are The Weird and Wonderful troupe performances to elevate this warehouse experience. 

Tickets/Passes (Designed to Support a Cause)

Centralizing the notion of love as one of the three pillars of Phoenix Warehouse Project, a portion of proceeds from every purchased ticket is forwarded to Childhelp, a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing and treating child abuse. Imploring you to dance for a cause and provide support to others in every footstep under the disco ball until 3am, single and weekend passes are on sale now as well as VIP passes from $49-190. See you there and welcome to the underground! 

Travel and Hotels

Since it’s a smaller event, ticket/hotel and shuttle packages are unavailable at this time. After landing at Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport (PHX) and checking into a nearby hotel, a 15-minute uber ride is required to arrive at Warehouse 215. 

Because of limited parking in Downtown Phoenix, arriving and exiting the event with an uber ride may be your best option if you don’t want to pay for a nearby parking garage fee. Otherwise, valet parking service is available at Warehouse 215. 

Warehouse Rave Fashion: What to Wear to the Phoenix Warehouse Project Debut Weekend

Anything and everything goes in the freeing environment of warehouses! When underground warehouse raves don’t contain a central theme like major festivals, it gives everyone the blank canvas of freedom of expression!

Hardstyle Hottie Outfit

Sometimes, warehouse fashion consists of industrial-inspired outfits consisting of black wide leg pants, quintessential blackout sunglasses, and leather chain accessories such as iHeartRaves’ Gonna Show You Belt. However, I’ve seen the most experiential festival fashion at warehouses. In fact, I’ve seen ravers in full feather coats and LED butterfly wings!

Voltage Vixen Outfit

Make your own warehouse fashion that feels special and unique to YOU! If you love the industrial look, YRUFO Mecha Chain Unisex Wide Leg Pants can be a great base for your look. Take a look at its match-made-in-heaven-pairing, the Bass Destruction Cutout Bodysuit–combine with your favorite footwear that allow you to dance for almost eight hours and you’re ready to sweep the warehouse with your best moves.

Eternal Sleep Outfit

For some unknown reason, seeing ravers wear a variety of robes in their festival fashion is a serotonin boost, especially if they have vivid colors like the Trippy Tide Mesh Robe! Last but never least: ALWAYS spread PLUR wherever you are and the iconic Garden Gnome Sprouts Hair Clips 8-Pair Set graces you with the opportunity to share PLUR in a non-kandi way! 

Leave a comment

Please note: comments must be approved before they are published.