Ministry of Sound 30th Birthday Part Two - Day Party
- DJ Zinc
- Todd Edwards B2B Majestic
- Matt 'Jam' Lamont
- Zed Bias
- Very Special Guests: Heartless Crew
- Martin 'Liberty' Larner
- Ramsey & Fen
Tickets & Pricing
The same late-night feelings, elevated. Ministry of Sound VIP packages give you weekends you’ll never forget with the best sound system on Earth. You and your friends can cherry-pick your own elite drinks package, get the best view from the balcony, and skip to the front of the queue. Come out to play.
Three Decades of Dance
This September will mark the 30 year anniversary of the opening of our London club, back in 1991. Inspired by New York’s cavernous house venues, our home was a derelict bus garage in South London. The first night had no alcohol, three flashing lights, moody security and unless you knew the names of at least half a dozen Chicago house DJs, you were never getting through the menacing, prison-like, gates.
Since then, Ministry of Sound has grown into one of the biggest electronic music brands in the world. Taking in an incredibly successful record label, global touring brand and most of all, cementing our London club as the most famous nightclub in the world.
To celebrate such a momentous occasion, we're inviting you to a three-part celebration taking in all things Ministry of Sound. We've expertly curated three events championing each of the three main genres that have found a home in SE1.
Part One - Friday Night
Friday nights at Ministry of Sound are synonymous with Trance, so you can expect the very biggest names from Trance, old and new, for a full-club takeover celebrating that big room sound that has soundtracked so many nights on Gaunt Street.
Part Two - Saturday Day
Next up in our triple-threat birthday, you can enjoy a full day of back to back old (and not so old) Skool UKG - a genre that grew out of Ministry of Sound afterparties before becoming one of the most loved sounds at the club.
We've got a very special live guest TBA alongside Heartless Crew and an all-star team of UKG DJs including DJ Zinc, Matt 'Jam' Lamont, Zed Bias, Martin 'Liberty' Larner and Sunship.