Entry from British & World English dictionary
A large public party with dancing held in a warehouse or similar building, typically organized without official permission.
- We were at a warehouse party organised by a bunch of my workmates.
- As I recall it was at a warehouse party in Anzac Ave, Auckland, back in the 90s when acid was still our drug of choice.
- Union 2001 promises the best of the past and today in their huge warehouse party in Montreal's oldest iron factory.
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