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Ministry of Sound celebrates 25th anniversary

Back in September 1991, Ministry of Sound opened their club doors in London. Now 25 years after and to celebrate this special achievement they are proud to announce the M25 Festival, commemorating British club culture quarter century.

The festival will reunite some of dance music’s most legendary names with arenas hosted by A Night In Paradise and Shoom,  taking place at Trent Park, North London on Sunday 7th August 2016. The event will host an unmissable party with performances from Haçienda Classical, Erick Morillo, DJ Sneak, Byron Stingily, François K, Danny Rampling, DJ Pierre and many more.


As one of the nightclubs longest running residencies, Ministry of Sound bring ‘Rulin‘ to the Main Stage for a lineup that revisits some of dance-music’s most explosive moments. Sets will come from the likes of Ten City front-man Byron Stingily and Steve ‘Silk’ Hurley. Main Stage highlights will also include sets from veteran DJs Mark Farina and Norman Jay MBE, who join previously announced headliners, Haçienda Classical, Erick Morillo and DJ Sneak.

Bringing the soul of NYC dance mecca, Paradise Garage to the festival, A Night In Paradise will reunite some of the institution’s central figures with a headline set from Body&SOUL stalwart François K, alongside long-term collaborators David DePino, Joey Llanos and Victor Rosado. A special guest appearance will also come from Ministry of Sound co-founder Justin Berkmann.

The carefully curated lineup in Shoom‘s arena explores the journey of dance-music from it’s Balearic roots in Ibiza, to the acid-house basements of London, as Shoom head-honcho Danny Rampling, is joined by the likes of Balearic-beat originator, Alfredo, acid-house pioneer DJ Pierre, revered producer Marshall Jefferson and Shoom fraternity, Farley & Heller.

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