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After The Gallery boat party is the main Ministry of Sound event, at which Ferry Corsten will perform for a second session back on dry land. This first London show of 2019 coincides with the release of “Surga,” Ferry’s latest project under Gouryella and first since 2017 – it’s sure to receive vociferous support in The Box.

Then more quality tunes assured with Andy Moor returning also after a two year period. He'll present an exclusive ‘producers set’ to showcase music from Andy’s prized discography and ‘Whiteroom’ alias. Finally, M.I.K.E. PUSH rounds off a night of only #TRANCE. His Gallery performances always strike the perfect balance between established anthems with brand new material.

Ahead of the carnage, we asked each artist to pick their top track for The Box.

Ferry Corsten - "Eternity"

Ferry Corsten: This song is taken from my album ‘Blueprint’ and has been a stand out for me recently, bridging the gap between the cinematic work I am doing while still being able to bring sounds like this to the dance floor. This really resonates with me right now.

Andy Moor & Somna – "Freefall"

Andy Moor: I feel my latest production is a tight fit with Ministry Of Sound, containing many classic elements that feel like they have historic value and nostalgia - yet looking into the future with its production values.

Push - "Strange World"

M.I.KE. PUSH: This is my very own track and every time I play it in The Gallery at Ministry of Sound, everyone loses it! I can’t be a happier person when I see people going crazy to one of my own tunes!

On Friday 28th June, The Gallery presents Ferry Corsten, Andy Moor (producer showcase) and M.I.K.E. Push get tickets here.


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