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Tuesday 19 October 2021

Ministry Of Sound Bring The Biggest Party On The South Coast To Sussex Next Month

Ministry of Sound has sent out an invite to those from Brighton and beyond to relive the greatest dance music of all time with a new live concert at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill, on Friday 26th November 2021. 

Bringing the magic of timeless club hits, this show combines high-energy anthems with a full orchestra to create the ultimate party experience.

The event is Ministry of Sound's first ever fully produced classical music show. 

Alongside the biggest dance tracks reimagined by The London Concert Orchestra, there will be special guest live vocalists and a set from DJ Danny Rampling - one of the original founders of the UK's rave / club scene.


All this against a backdrop of large screen visuals, lights, lasers, special effects and a live-scored documentary featuring Judge Jules, Paul Oakenfold, Brandon Block and key Ministry of Sound players including Justin Berkmann and Lohan Presencer.

The show spans chart-topping albums with huge tracks getting a never heard before classical remake

Expect to hear iconic club favourites such as Faithless' Insomnia, The Chemical Brothers' Hey Boy Hey Girl, Darude's Sandstorm, Fatboy Slim's Right Here, Right Now, Moloko's Sing It Back and so many more.

Edward Gilroy, Managing Partner of Coastal Events said: 

"It's been a tough time for most people over the past two years, especially those of us who are passionate about dancing to live music; that's why we are so excited to be bringing this massive show to the south coast. 

"The De La Warr Pavilion is a stunning venue and I can't wait for the people of Sussex to get their raving buddies together for this awe-inspiring event; clubland classics meets classical in this high-energy concert that is going to be endless fun!"

Tickets for Ministry of Sound Classical at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill are priced from £49.50 and can be purchased online via dlwp.com and coastalevents.co.uk.

by: Mike Cobley




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