An unprecedented number of trance music fans have made themselves heard in the 4th annual Trance Awards poll and now all roads lead to the road-block ceremony and party this Friday at Ministry of Sound in London.
With nearly 15 years of weekly trance action under its belt, The Gallery club moved in 2008 from its spiritual home at the much loved Turnmills venue to the most famous club on the planet. Needless to say, the move went extremely well and now the Ministry of Sound Friday session is probably the biggest night of the week in the UK for dance music fanatics.
Some 20,000 fans of trance music and culture have made their mark this year in the annual global barometer of popularity in the scene and mouths are watering with anticipation for the golden envelopes to open in a few days time!
Votes have come in from 125 countries around the world, which once again gives the poll its much-vaunted international perspective. All the industry and fans are focusing on the ceremony to see just who has done the damage on a global scale over the last twelve months in the realms of production, promotion and performance.
With this in mind, The Gallery have given trance fans the chance to snap up the last remaining advance tickets for only £10 with a special offer code. Click the for an exclusive £10 ticket offer to the Awards Ceremony (normal price £12 advance / £15 on the door) open to everyone that has voted
Previous awards have been held at other trance institutions such as Slinky, Passion and Gods Kitchen and this is the hot ticket for London clubbing.
Headlining the event will be long-term Trance Awards supporter and personality Judge Jules. For the last two years he has helped host and present the ceremony alongside other key players and this year he will be joined by two scene institutions; Thrillseekers and Lange who need no introduction to fans old or new.
New breed producer/ DJ’s Sied Van Riel and Claudia Cazacu will be supporting these three heavyweights in the main room alongside two of The Gallery’s hottest residents while over three other rooms will be a stunning array of house, electro and minimal artists including the legendary Tall Pall with Deepgroove and Marc Vedo in support.
See you on the trance-floor!