Ministry of Sound jacking into future of house music in January

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If you’re looking to start planning out the opening weeks of 2010 with some quality clubbing action, Ministry of Sound have got a tasty proposition for you. In late January they‘ll be taking three of the fastest rising stars of underground house on tour. Afrojack, Wolfgang Gartner and Hardwell will all be touring the country underneath the Jacked banner, hyped by the Ministry as plugging directly into the future of house music.

Holland’s Afrojack has been skyrocketing into the dance music consciousness since the release of his debut single Afrojack – In Your Face in 2006, and since then has collaborated with the likes of David Guetta, Diplo, Kid Cudi, Chuckie, Laidback Luke and Steve Angello. Wow. Wolfgang Gartner on the other hand has been been making even stronger inroads. Scoring props from Pete Tong, racking up over 50,000 Beatport downloads and creeping his way into the record box of a massive amount of DJs, he’ll be returning after touring with Future Music Festival this year.

Together with Hardwell, who’s recent collaboration with Chuckie Guess What has earned him a stack of attention this year, Ministry of Sound say we can also expect spectacular visuals, performances and décor, giving it a taste of the extra special.


Jacked tour dates:

Friday 22 January – Metro City, Perth
Saturday 23 January – Family Nightclub, Brisbane
Sunday 24 January – Ivy, Sydney (daytime)
Monday 25 January – HQ Nightclub, Adelaide
Tuesday 26 January – Billboard, Melbourne

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connections said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

dunno about Sydney - Daytime for this event......deffo would go better in the club

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Dexter Ramone said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

Good way to start the day, kick on after.


CRoNic said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

Why on a Monday night! F*ck.


Middy1986 said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

^ i would rather Monday night, Tuesday is the public Holiday


alexrcleary said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

Cos Australia Day is a public holiday.


mau5man68 said on the 22nd Dec, 2009

sydney venue=massive fail