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Ministry of Sound will reopen with “emphasis on homegrown" DJs

The London club has announced six weeks of reopening parties

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 29 March 2021
Ministry of Sound will reopen with “emphasis on homegrown" DJs

Ministry of Sound has announced six weeks of reopening parties.

The series will kick off on June 25, running from 10pm to 6am every Friday and Saturday through to July 31.

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On Instagram, Ministry of Sound wrote: “our opening six weeks of parties will celebrate the sounds of the UK with an extra emphasis on homegrown superstars.”

Its website adds: “We’ve come a long, long way together, and we can finally see the light at the end of the tunnel. Dust off your raving shoes, call your friends, cancel your Zoom subscription and let’s never speak of quizzes, banana bread or Joe Wicks ever again. It’s Summer 2021 and it’s time for a FUCKING PARTY.

“Line ups are being finalised as we speak and we’ll update you as soon as we can. For the moment all you need to know is: Friday 25th and Saturday 26th June, 10PM - 6AM, bring your crew, we’ll do the rest. Let’s have it!”

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Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased from Ministry of Sound’s website. Early bird tickets are priced at £14.

Any ticket purchases will be eligible for a full refund or transferable to a later date if there is any delay on the government’s roadmap to easing lockdown restrictions which means the event cannot go ahead as unplanned.

Earlier this month Printworks announced plans to go “back to basics” for three reopening parties on September 17, 18 and 19, which will be "a pure celebration of club culture" with no line-ups announced in advance and a rule of no social media, no cameras and no distractions.

Read our guide to what nightclubs are opening here.

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Features Editor, follow him on Twitter

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