Ministry of Sound is preparing its expansion to Australia with a planned weekly take over of super club ivy. The Saturday night event launches Saturday, 10th June.
“Ministry of Sound in London is a world-renowned venue and has been the destination for lovers of dance music for over 25 years,” says Ministry of Sound Australia CEO Tim McGee. “We are now going to bring that same experience and ethos to Sydney. We will be implementing a forward-thinking music policy and making Ministry of Sound Club a haven for good music and a home for both international and Australian artists to connect with their fans.”
Ministry of Sound is replacing Pacha, whom had previously curated Saturday nights at the club. To usher in the new collective, ivy has been updated with a new sound system not currently available elsewhere in Australia. To note, MoS’ London location previously partnered with Dolby for state-of-the-art audio.
Party-starters Peking Duk will be opening the club next weekend with a thumping set alongside US house legend Sandy Rivera, aka Kings of Tomorrow.
More details on ticketing here. And, check out the launch video below.
Ministry of Sound can also be found outside of London during The Ark cruise in late-August.
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