MINISTRY of Sound is inviting you to relive some of the greatest dance music of all time with a new live classical concert on the South Coast.

The highly anticipated event will be taking place at the De La Warr Pavilion in Bexhill on Friday, December 4.

The club shaped, defined and set the standard for a generation of music lovers while the record label set the tone with its series of compilation albums with its all-conquering The Annual series, outselling artist albums and making the DJ mix album a mainstream art form.

The sound system around which the club was designed is still regarded as the benchmark to which all other venues aspire.

Now, at the pinnacle of the orchestral dance concepts which have swept clubland in recent years comes Ministry of Sound Classical. The groundbreaking event is Ministry of Sound’s first fully produced classical music show.

Alongside the biggest dance tracks reimagined by the London Concert Orchestra, there will be special guest live vocalists and a set from DJ Danny Rampling, one of the original founders of the UK’s rave/club scene.

This will be against a backdrop of large visuals, lights, lasers, special effects and a live-scored documentary featuring Judge Jules, Paul Oakenfold, Brandon Block and key Ministry of Sound players including Justin Berkmann and Lohan Presencer.

The show spans chart-topping albums with tracks having a never-heard-before classical remake.

Expect to hear club favourites such as Faithless’s Insomnia, The Chemical Brothers’ Hey Boy Hey Girl, Darude’s Sandstorm, Fatboy Slim’s Right Here, Right Now, Moloko’s Sing It Back and many more.

Since 1991, Ministry of Sound has dominated dance music, establishing itself as one of the world’s leading music brands attracting more than two million clubbers to more than 200 global events annually.

In 2020, it continues to lead the dance music world and now with the addition of the classical tour, is set to become a major player in the live music sector.

Danny Rampling is a house music DJ and is widely credited as one of the original founders of the UK’s rave/club scene. His long career began in the early 1980s playing hip-hop, soul and funk around numerous bars and clubs in London. Rampling was the first winner of the No 1 DJ in the World Award by DJ Magazine in 1991.

Tickets for Ministry of Sound Classical at De La Warr Pavilion cost from £48.50 and can be bought online from Friday via