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Ministry of Sound celebrates 30th anniversary with trance, UKG and house parties

The likes of Paul van Dyk, Matt Jam Lamont, Todd Edwards and Arielle Free will perform across the two-night celebrations

London's Ministry of Sound will celebrate its 30th anniversary with a series of trance, UKG and house parties next weekend.

The iconic Elephant & Castle club, which featured in this year's Top 100 Clubs poll, is celebrating three decades of music on Friday 17th & Saturday 18th September, hosting three parties as part of a marathon weekender.

Kicking things off on Friday night, Part 1 will see trance legend Paul van Dyk perform at the London club, joined by the likes of Aly & Fila, Judge Jules, Tall Paul and Lottie, with SISTER and HD Life curating the Baby Box and Loft line-ups.

Scheduled for Saturday daytime, a UKG special will see DJ Zinc, Matt Jam Lamont, Zed Bias and Heartless Crew take over the main room, joined by DJ Mag UK's July cover star, Todd Edwards, who'll play B2B with Majestic.

The celebrations are set to close out on Saturday evening, with Ministry of Sound favourite Armand van Helden, Groove Armada, Bellaire, Fat Tony and Arielle Free all soundtracking the end of another era for the club.

You can get tickets for the events here.

Earlier this year, Ministry of Sound partnered with sleep and meditation app Calm for a new series of chillout-focused mixes.

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