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Ministry of Sound London to throw Halloween party this October

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The globally recognised dance brand will host a terrifyingly good lineup of artists, at its London flagship venue this Halloween

30th Sep 2019

Opened back in 1991, Ministry of Sound London was the first of club of its kind in the UK. Dedicated to bringing the sounds of American house to British ravers, the four room club complex, once a derelict bus station, has been at the beating heart of dance music in the capital for almost three decades.

The venue has welcomed some of the most recognised names in the business, from the likes of Pete Tong and David Morales to Larry Levan and Roger Sanchez, to perform through its award winning in-house sound system, to around 300,000 clubbers annually. To the present day, the venue plays a primary role in bringing high quality events to London, hosting regular club nights with respected clubbing brands such as Defected, Glitterbox, Rinse FM, Hospitality and Together.


On Saturday 26th October, the team behind the legendary club will welcome revellers from across the land to take part in their scariest Hallows eve dance ritual yet. Featuring a monster line up, attendees will see performances from the likes of dynamic Danish house duo - ANEK, who will be joined by up-comers Icarus, Ministry of Sound club resident - Just Geo, Bry Ortega and a mysterious DJ chosen by Mixmag, on The Box stage. 

Closing out the event, infamous Colombian selectors The Menendez Brothers will perform alongside the likes of AD:mE, Josh Parkinson and Xan on The 103 stage. 

Expect frightful visuals, demonic creations and evil bangers throughout the night.

Find Ministry of Sound Halloween tickets below...

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