A Tradition as big as the carnival itself, the annual After Party at Ministry of Sound is back!
21st Jun 2018
It was once Time Out London that said - 'The Notting Hill Carnival ain't over until Ministry of Sound Says So.'
And it is for that reason every year, on the bank holiday Monday, the capital descends on this world famous venue for a tradition as big as the West London festival it's self. so Join us, as BPM London brings you the Official Carnival After-Party at Ministry of Sound Club; it's the biggest party in town.
And all are welcome to rave through till the morning.
The annual party at Ministry of Sound has sold out year after year, closing the summer in a true rave fashion. Last year was the second time this annual event was held by BPM, and both years sold out in advance, expect this year to as well!
From 10pm till 6am across all 4 arenas of the Ministry of Sound, 25 DJ's will be tearing the place apart alongside colossal production throughout the entire venue. From co2 cannons, lasers, strobes, LED Screens and an outside bar this is the only place you should be this bank holiday Monday.
Except no imitations when it comes to the carnival after party experience; Ministry of Sound August 27th, it's tradition.
House, Garage, HipHop, Grime, Trap Afrobeats, Techno & Carnival Vibes; there is no other place to be.
The Line up includes (more to be revealed over time)
A Special Guest Headliner Sammy Porter Shenin Amara & AR (Virgin Emi/Cuff) DJ Pioneer (KISS FM UK) DJ S (HOUSE of SILK) Kye Refix DJelley (Vice Records) Kenny Allstar (BBC Radio 1Xtra / Mixtape Madness) + Guests Martin 2 Smoove (Capital FM / EVE's Tour DJ) DJ Andy Purnell (Club MTV Resident) CJBeatz (WiDE AWAKE)
Plus many more
With rooms 3 & 4 hosted by The London Garage Collective and an official Notting Hill Carnival Sound-system
Ministry of Sound is one of the best clubs on the planet and it's home to The Worlds Loudest Sound-System; so it's no wonder this event has become a tradition!
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