Ministry Of Sound & Corona presents: The Sessions Tour

mr marks

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This Autumn we at Ministry of Sound and our good friends at Corona
Extra have decided that it's time we took to the road and did some
damage to a different dance floor! From far-flown to home-grown the
Great British clubbing public have supported us near and far and so we
are thrilled, delighted and excited to present the 'Ministry of Sound
and Corona Extra Sessions Tour', bringing a taste of 'main room
Ministry' to you!

Week-in, week-out thousands of party people make the journey to hear
the original heroes and future superstars of dance music that pass
through our infamous main room, the Box. From underground to
over-ground, genre-mashing to pure and unadulterated house, our fine
roster of residents and parties means that when it comes to
on-the-beat music, our sense-spanking parties have got it well and
truly covered!

Over two months, however, Ministry of Sound and Corona Extra will
travel the length and breadth of the county to host the very best
parties at venues that have the same commitment and passion about
dance music as we and our artists do.

Kicking things off is a union to be really excited about as we join
forces with promotional powerhouse Digital. Straddling both ends of
the country we will be bringing our 'Ministry of Sound and Corona
Extra Sessions Tour' to both the Newcastle and Brighton Digital clubs,
with things getting started in Newcastle on October 11th.

Headlining this very special launch will be non-other than Fedde le
Grand, fresh from his residency at Pacha Ibiza and no doubt ready to
drop his notoriously main room sound on northern clubbing rock
Digital. Landing in their southern home on the 18th, we turn to
something altogether more soulful as Sandy Rivera brings his vibrant
sounds to Digital Brighton.

Next our tour of the country takes us back to the homestead as Sander
Kleinenberg plays an un-missable 'This Is…' party here at Ministry of
Sound London. Known for his extraordinary show as VJ and DJ, Sander
commands the dance-floor like no other and brings something a little
different to this 'Ministry of Sound and Corona Extra Sessions Tour.'

After this we're back on the move again changing the tempo and
bringing the bass-heavy, statement making sound of the Audio Bullys to
Sheffield's Plug on the 1st November.

Also on the 1st November our tour takes us to another
incredible venue, the Custard Factory in Birmingham, where Detroit innovator
and visionary Derrick May will be bringing his defining Techno beat,
joined by François K and Amê and Dom Chung. With Derrick's residency behind it,
Ministry of Sound's Hi-Tek Soul Party has quickly become one of the
most anticipated nights on our calendar and a platform for a new wave
of forward thinking and extraordinary artists. Nottingham follows with the
Gatecrasher club hosting the man the machine, the creator of 'Pjanno' its
Eric Prydz on the 14th November, joined by Gaz James.

And finally, we'll be at the Mezz Club in Leeds, as Alex Gopher, Lottie and
We're Not Cool! come together for the last Sessions party, a perfect adieu from
the 'Ministry of Sound and Corona Extra Sessions Tour 2008'.

Dates / Venues

Saturday 18th Oct: Digital, Brighton
Rui Da Silva
Laura Heath
Goloka
Yusuf

Saturday 25th Oct: MOS London
Sander Kleinenberg
Sebastian Leger
Rene Amesz

Saturday 1st Nov: Plug Sheffield
Audio Bully’s
LJ Freeman

Saturday 1st Nov: Custard Factory Birmingham
Francois K
Derrick May
Ame
Dom Chung

Saturday 14th Nov: Gatecrasher, Birmingham
Eric Prydz
Gaz James

Saturday 29th Nov: Mezz Club, Leeds
Alex Gopher
Lottie
We’re Not Cool!

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