The concert will take fans on a journey through the past three decades of dance, reimagining dance classics courtesy of the 50-piece London Concert Orchestra.
Ministry of Sound Classical will be joined by one of the DJs who graced the Ministry of Sound club on their opening night back in September 1991, Paul Oakenfold who has gone on to be one of the most influential figures in dance music over the past 30 years of dance music.
When asked about the celebration of Ministry of Sound, Paul said:
“I’ve been a part of Ministry of Sound from the day it opened when I was the resident DJ every Friday. I also mixed one of their early compilations called The Sessions. And I still work there to this day. It’s one of the greatest nightclubs in the world. It’s one of my favourite places to play, and I will always have fond memories of Ministry of Sound. I’m really looking forward to being part of their 30th birthday party at The O2. I’ve played for Ministry of Sound at The O2 before, and it’s always a wonderful experience.”
Ministry of Sound nightclub made history when it opened back in September 1991, becoming the first house music nightclub in the UK. The Ministry of Sound brand has gone on to become internationally renowned and the nightclub is seen as a dance music institution.
The special celebration will take place on 13th November at the O2 Arena in London, tickets are on sale from 28th May here.