London's iconic Ministry of Sound Club is bringing its beats down under with the launch of a brand new EDM night in the Sydney CBD. Lighting up ivy on George Street each and every Saturday night, Ministry of Sound Club Australia will feature four rooms of music, a state of the art sound system, and a carefully crafted lineup of killer acts. They're calling it a "new era of clubbing in Australia", and at the risk of over-hyping it, they might just be right.
MOS' Australian excursion will kick off with a bang, with an opening night set by Peking Duk. They'll be joined in the ivy Courtyard by local favourites Kinder, while US house legend Sandy Rivera, aka Kings of Tomorrow, takes over the Pool Club.
"Ministry of Sound in London is a world-renowned venue and has been the destination for lovers of dance music for over 25 years," said Ministry of Sound Australia CEO Tim McGee. "We are now going to bring that same experience and ethos to Sydney...Ministry of Sound Club will be the ultimate destination for true lovers of dance music."
For more information about Ministry of Sound Clubs Australia visit www.ministryofsoundclub.com.au.
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