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Ministry of Sound headed for Portland

The quiet village of Portland is set to play host to the internationally famous DJs, Tom Piper and Dave Winnel on 18 July during their autumn tour, which is bringing the sound of Electro House to the nation. Michael Stanford, the owner of the Coronation Hotel, wanted to find a way to bring something new to town. When the chance came to secure the Ministry of Sound Electro House Sessions event, he jumped on it. “This is the sort of music we have here from time to time, and people seem to respond well to it, so an event of this size and the fact that it is an official Ministry of Sound event means we are bringing something to town for the first time, hopefully people enjoy it and we can do more of it.” For fans of this genre of music, it promises to be one of the biggest events of its kind to ever play locally. The Coronation Hotel is getting people ready for the main event with a number of gigs over the coming months including Miracle, playing the Coro on the 13 June, just a month out from the Electro House Sessions Gig. As for the main event on 18 July, it will be held in the community centre rather than the Coronation Hotel, to cater for the anticipated crowds. There will be catering and a fully licensed bar on site for the event. Hopefully the success of this event will lead to many more higher profile acts seeing that a stop in regional towns is a good idea for future tours. Tickets are on sale from Moshtix from just $33.80 so get in early before they sell out. Full details available on

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