Ministry of Sound Anthems

Ministry of Sound returns to Sandy Park on Friday 15th November for a night of dance anthems. DJs Matt May and Tim Cullen will be on the decks, both of whom have played previous Ministry of Sound nights at Sandy Park so can be trusted to keep the dancefloor filled all night!

The venue will be open from 9.00pm and entry will be at the North Terrace. Turnstiles will be in operation, therefore please ensure your ticket is printed to allow access. Bags will be searched on entry. You can retrieve your booking by logging in to your account here and going to the tickets link.

For information about getting to Sandy Park and car park charges please click here. A match-day is taking place the following day so all cars must be removed by 8.00am.

A cloakroom will be available - this will cost £1 per item or will be free for VIP ticket holders. 

Bars and food outlets will be open from 9.00pm. To provide the most efficient service to customers, our bars and food outlets are now cashless. 

This event is now sold out

Entry Terms and Conditions

This event is for those aged over 18 only. Proof of age will be required.
No entry after midnight
No weapons or imitation weapons
No externally purchased food or drink
No glass (with the exception of perfumes)
No drugs, controlled substances or associated paraphernalia
No explosives or fireworks
No marker pens
No lasers
No masks
No noisemakers
No professional photography or videography equipment
Other items may be refused access at the discretion of venue management

Management reserves the right to refuse entry

Please be aware of fraudulent, fake or duplicate tickets. 

Unfortunately we are unable to do anything about this other than to advise you to contact the police and report it. We will be unable to allow you entry if you have purchased a fake or duplicate ticket.

Please be careful and follow these guidelines if you do decide to buy someone else's ticket:

  • Try to only buy your tickets from someone you know or a friend of a friend - never buy a ticket from a stranger or someone who has messaged you after posting on the page
  • Even if a ticket looks real it may have been sold numerous times and will be invalid after its first scan
  • If you do decide to buy from a stranger (at your own risk) then check their profile and make a judgement on whether they are real or not (check for mutual friends, etc.) - but please note that even if they are real then they may still be selling fake or duplicate tickets
  • If you risk buying a ticket from a stranger, please only buy one at first - you may lose more money if you buy multiple tickets at once
  • Try to meet and buy the ticket in person in a public place - a scammer is less likely to take the risk of meeting you
  • If you think you have been scammed then please contact the police with any details you have on 101 - unfortunately we can't report scammers because technically we aren't the victims. Please do this as it may help others from being scammed in the future (some people have been prosecuted recently for running huge scam operations, let’s try and put a stop to this!)
  • Thank you to our Ministry of Sound event sponsors:

    Ministry of Sound November 2017
    November 2017
    Ministry of Sound June 2018
    June 2017
    Ministry of Sound November 2018
    November 2018
    VIP Lounge Ministry of Sound at Sandy Park
    VIP Lounge

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