Ministry of Sound have announced the initial line up of DJ's who will be rocking London's Millennium Dome for their annual New Year's Eve bash, on 31st December 2002.
[r-zone1]Alongside a collective of circus artists and performers entertaining the crowds, highlights include Italian superstar Maurio Picotto who will be playing trance anthems in the Main arena. Radio One DJ Judge Jules, as purveyor of all things hard, will also be spicing up the action, while eclectic dance outfit Groove Armada will bring their twisted beats to the fifteen-hour party with a stunning DJ set. Rulin’ arena will bring US house, garage and soulful funk to the New Years’ celebrations with some spinning action courtesy of Full Intention along side original house head Jazzy M and other Rulin’ residents Spencer Broughton and Gareth Cooke.
[l-zone2]Radio One’s Spoony will be heading up the UK Garage crew at Smoove arena alongside Matt White who’ll be keeping the floor full with some rich R n’ B rhythms. Highlights from the Drum n’ Bass Arena will include a sprinkling of Brazilian Samba Magic courtesy of DJs Marky and Patife along with Radio One’s Fabio and Grooverider and old skool fav The Ratpack.
[r-zone3]The wealth of DJ talent will be complimented by the Bacardi BBar crew bringing some Miami funked up beats to the celebrations including NYC finest funksters Matthias Helibronn and Benji Canderlario. In short, Ministry of Sound will provide one of the biggest parties seen in the UK this year with a selection of over 50 world class DJ’s and MC’s. As the clocks chime in the midnight hour, the typically spectacular indoor pyrotechnics display will delight the 50,000 revellers partying through into 2003.
[l-zone5]Tickets are £50.00 (plus booking fee). However, an early ticket price of £40.00 (plus booking fee) will be available in October, rising to £45.00 (plus booking fee) in November.
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