Ministry of Sound links with Destination NSW, Sydney Solstice for 30th anniversary bash
Ministry of Sound is teaming up with Destination NSW and winter festival Sydney Solstice for a three-night music event over the June long weekend (June 11-13).
Ministry of Sound: Testament – A Warehouse Experience will be held in celebration of the global entertainment company’s 30th birthday.
Across the three nights at Campbell’s Stores warehouse in The Rocks, more than 70 DJs, split into a number of rooms, will play across a range of ’90s, ’00s and EDM genres.
Artists set to perform are PNAU, Bag Raiders, Crooked Colours, Yolanda Be Cool and Anna Lunoe, among others.
“Having started off working as a DJ and promoter in the rave scene in the early 90s, throwing a warehouse party in Sydney again is a full-circle moment for me,” CEO of TMRW Music (formerly Ministry of Sound Australia) Tim McGee said in a statement.
“I feel like this event is an amazing part of the great awakening of Sydney nightlife and the electronic music scene.”
General tickets for Ministry of Sound: Testament go on sale from 9am today.
The greater Sydney Solstice festival is spread over June 8-20.