Ministry of Sound NYE party - win tickets
WE RE giving away a pair tickets to give away for the biggest New Year s Eve gig in town, the 15,000-capacity Ministry Of Sound party at the O2 Arena. Producer of the moment Calvin Harris headlines, with his good pal Deadmau5 on the second row. The part
WE'RE giving away a pair tickets to give away for the biggest New Year's Eve gig in town, the 15,000-capacity Ministry Of Sound party at the O2 Arena.
Producer of the moment Calvin Harris headlines, with his good pal Deadmau5 on the second row.
The party should be a fitting way for Harris to round off 2009 after his second album, Ready For The Weekend, reached No 1 in August and singles from it, I'm Not Alone and Ready For The Weekend went to Nos 1 and 5 respectively.
Harris also stormed the stage during The X Factor final to mock Jedward during one of their peformances with a pineapple on his head!
Also on the bill at the O2 are leading electronica stars Justice, Plump DJs, Dave Spoon, Example and special guest, DJ producer Eric Prydz.
A spokesman for the Ministry told the Recorder: "This event will offer revellers all-night entertainment with nine hours of music accompanying spectacular visuals created especially for the event.
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"A unique production policy will transform the arena via multiple stages, breathtaking lighting, pyrotechnic displays and an aerial walkway that will see artists and entertainers performing along an LED-lit stage high above the crowd."
Basic tickets are �50 each, which restricts you to allocated seating. There's a "freeflow ticket", priced at �75, which gives you access to the lower bowl dancefloor and seating throughout the night.
But the daddy is the �190 VIP ticket, which gives you access to the chill-out lounge/backstage bar area, a glass of champagne at midnight, a Ministry goodie bag including limited edition CD and T-shirt and a special tag which gives you and a friend free entry to the Ministry of Sound club in Elephant & Castle for life. Doors to the party are 9pm - 6am.
For more information and ticket availability go to www.ministryofsound.com.
To find out how you could win tickets, see this week's Recorder Review.