Ministry of Sound are bringing your favourite DJs back for a reunion tour

If your clubbing halcyon days were between the years of 2001 and 2004, Ministry of Sound’s latest tour announce ought to get you very excited.

MOS have just announced they’re bringing two of the early noughties’ favourite selectors – John Course and Mark Dynamix – around the country this summer for a very special reunion tour. The shows will work through all the biggest anthems from the turn of the century, with a special homage to breakbeat in Sydney that will see Kid Kenobi and UK duo Plump DJs join the bill.

In the words of Ministry of Sound: “Come and revive that sense of community on the dance floor with a soundtrack to your best clubbing days, where Roger Sanchez, Basement Jaxx, Tim Deluxe, Cassius and Groove Armada were everything; when vinyl was DJ currency and Shazam was a phrase used solely by magicians.”

The tour kicks off at The Prince in Melbourne on November 18 before taking the party to Sydney, Adelaide, Darwin, Perth and Brisbane. See the full list of dates below; tickets are on sale through the Ministry website.

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