THIS IS…MINISTRY OF SOUND
Ministry of Sound Club has moved into Sydney's iconic venue ivy, making it part of the Southern Hemisphere’s largest licenced entertainment precinct with an impressive portfolio of indoor and outdoor bars. ivy has been reinvented to feature a brand new sound system and stage, and is now an all-weather venue. ivy will offer a clubbing experience like no other in Australia, bringing the one rule for Ministry of Sound to life: That the music always comes first.
Don’t miss the new era of clubbing in Australia. Book your tickets now. Read on below for more details on tickets and packages available.
This is a new era.
This is what you’re waiting for.
This is the way clubbing should be.
This is the time of your life.
This is where music lives.
This is where memories are made.
This is unforgettable.
This is our house.
This is your house.
This is Ministry of Sound.
Having opened its doors in spectacular style on June 10th with headline performances by Peking Duk and Sandy Rivera, followed by an epic 7-hour set from the legendary John 00 Fleming on June 17th, Ministry of Sound Club now unveils its full line-up for the month of July and it’s proof the club is standing by its ethos of ‘the music comes first’.
With the one and only Boy George taking over Pool Club on July 1st with a very special DJ set (tickets as well as VIP and Dinner & Dance options available here), party starter and festival favourite Benson will be on headline duties in the main room. If you like loud sub-bass driven house music, having a laugh and high fives, then Benson is the guy for you.
On July 8th, London duo Jack Beats will be bringing their thunderous bass-heavy music back to Australia. The duo’s output is a reflection of their love of hybrid music and wide ranging influences from hip-hop to house to drum ‘n’ bass.
July 15th sees Melbourne’s Tyron Hapi take over the Courtyard, with living legend John Course headlining Pool Club. Melbourne is currently teeming with some of the most promising electronic dance music producers to hit the scene in years, but at only 18 years of age, Tyron Hapi is making his mark as one of the best up-and-coming producers Australia has to offer.
On July 22nd Ministry of Sound Club is thrilled to be hosting US DJ and producer MitiS on his debut tour of Australia. This classically trained musician earned his chops on Chopin back in Pennsylvania, before transitioning into electronic music where he produces genre-crossing tracks, from dubstep to electro, showcasing his outrageous talent and ear for excellence.
Rounding out jam-packed month on July 29th is one of Australia’s favourite electronic producers, Paces. Following a stellar year that included releasing his debut album Vacation, huge radio support for his single with Jess Kent, ‘1993 (No Chill)’, smashing triple j’s Like A Version with Guy Sebastian, plus multiple tours around the country, Gold Coast producer Paces capped off 2016 by picking up the inthemix Award for Breakthrough Artist Of The Year.
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A brand new era of Australian clubbing has arrived, with Ministry of Sound Club taking over Sydney's ivy every Saturday night. On Saturday June 24, LA bass house sensation Drezo takes the reins for an eagerly awaited return, backing up after having sold out his last two Sydney shows. Joining Drezo in the Main Room will be Ministry of Sound Club residents A-Tonez, Ember and JaySounds, plus a huge line-up of DJs across four rooms.
Drezo has undeniably defined his own sound; dark atmospheres and garage beats over heavy, punctuated bass lines creating a uniquely energetic dynamic with roots in the underground and the potential to devastate any dance-floor. With support from respected tastemakers such as Diplo, Dillon Francis, Destructo, Porter Robinson, DJ Snake, Tchami, Major Lazer, Jauz and Zedd, Drezo has rapidly brought his bass-driven music to the masses. With releases on OWSLA and Mad Decent, collaborations with DJ Hanzel and Habstrakt, remixes for Destructo and Haezer and more; we cannot wait to see Drezo in action.