Ministry of Sound turns one!

Clichéd as it may sound, but time really flies when you’re having fun. 365 days have zoomed by since Ministry of Sound’s 40,000 sq. ft. of clubbing space was launched. Come this weekend, MoS will take things to a high on its first birthday with two nights of non-stop dancing.
On Dec 15, Jon O’Bir from famous international club brand Godskitchen will helm the decks. This jock has played alongside Paul Van Dyk and has collaborated with Gareth Emery (GTR). Watch out for trance, progressive and electronica sounds to get you on your feet. And on Dec 16, Hyper will be at the DJ console, pumping out electro house and breaks while the club is being decorated to the theme “An Enchanted English Tale.” Look out for wizards, knights and fairy princesses. Oh, you might just be the lucky winner to take home a pair of air tickets to London to visit the original Ministry of Sound there too!
When queried on how the Singapore’s Ministry of Sound has changed during the past year, Marketing Manager Calvin Sio says, “I think the club has grown. Although we started with many teething issues at the door, we’ve managed to iron them out quickly and have built up a huge, strong base of loyal regulars that club with us every week.”
And how does Ministry of Sound in Singapore compare to other outlets around the world? Sio claims, “Ministry in Singapore has been a breakthrough and an eye-opener for many clubbers around the world. The fact that we have managed to deliver a wide variety of music genres under the same roof and give a little something for everyone to enjoy makes us stand out from the rest. The club’s look and feel is a lot more polished than its UK counterpart.”
Indeed, with its décor and music policy, Ministry of Sound has raised eyebrows and caused much commotion when it first unlocked its doors. And the club has kept things swinging for the past year by playing host to renowned DJs such as Tiesto. If you swear by this club, drop by for two nights of revelry this weekend.