Ministry of Sound Classical is the evolution of their newly created classical arm, which launched in 2018 with the highly acclaimed The Annual Classical live show.
Ministry of Sound have always been at the forefront of dance music and in 1993 the label Ministry of Sound Recordings was launched, marking the birth of the first global electronic label.Swiftly after this in 1996, Ministry of Sound once again made history as The Annual II sold over a million copies making it the best-selling dance music compilation of all time.
Ministry of Sound have forever been a commanding force in London since its inception, which has been reflected across the city’s most iconic landmarks. In 1996 the Ministry of Sound logo was projected onto Buckingham Palace, and then again a year later on the Houses of Parliament. In 1998 Ministry of Sound bought the Royal Yacht Britannia and converted it into a rave ship. Despite the sense of anti-establishment the club was saved from closure from property developers by now Prime Minister Boris Johnson in 2014.
Ministry of Sound has reopened to rapturous welcome in 2021 following Covid-19 closure, the brand once again returns to The O2 arena for the largest classical show in its history. It is set to be another monumental moment in Ministry of Sound’s untouchable timeline of success.
World-renowned DJs Judge Jules, Brandon Block, Alex P, and esteemed vocalist Kelli-Leigh, will all join the bill alongside the previously announced special guest DJ Paul Oakenfold. Ministry of Sound founder Justin Berkmann will also be DJing to open the show.
The special guests reflect the legendary history of Ministry of Sound, showcasing the longstanding innovative DJs and artists that have been imperative to the brand’s three decades of domination from the club’s opening in 1991 to sold out arena tours and topping charts around the world.