Straight Through Crew Assemble For Masters At Work

Kick start the New Year by carrying on.

New Year’s Eve is getting worryingly close

If you haven’t made plans you’d better start making them, because nobody wants to be stuck in with Jools Holland on the night of the world’s biggest annual piss up.

Forgive us for assuming - you might have been one of those who got their tickets two months ago, and have booked the first week of 2016 off work to recover. If so, you'll be interested in what we've got on offer to keep your party from winding down.

On New Year’s Day, we’ll be opening our doors to the revellers seeing in the New Year in style, welcoming in a line-up consisting of Masters At Work, AKA the dons of house Kenny Dope and Louie Vega.

The New York legends will be bringing the sound they’ve crafted over two and a half decades to The Box, reminding you that the only way to start the year is with a soundtrack you're guaranteed to love.

Dutch genre mixologists Detroit Swindle will be bringing up the rear in Ministry's 103 with what can only be described as a behemoth five hour set. Bringing jazz, hip hop, soul and funk fusions to the floor, flit back n forth this New Year’s Day courtesy of some of the best in the game.

Oh yeah. We almost forgot to mention that it's FREE!

Crack the lid of your dry January wide-open with an extra helping of free entrance into London’s premium dance hall with a dosie-do on us. 

Tickets are £0 with the help of Jukely, and you can grab them here.

Don’t be a mug and think that celebrating 2016 finishes when your bucks fizz does. Head on down to Ministry to see the year in properly. 

Bonus points if you hit the double whammy and head to our New Year's Party with Defected. Tickets here.

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Written by Tamara Roper

04 Dec 2015