Forget Ibiza... this is the Big One!
One of house music’s biggest names is ready to man the decks and provide the soundtrack for late night thrills.
DJ Roger Sanchez is set to headline Ministry of Sound presents Titanium at Blackpool Pleasure Beach on Saturday May 6.
The late night riding and dance events give music fans and rollercoaster lovers the chance to enjoy the best thrill rides Blackpool Pleasure Beach has to offer before heading to the Arena to carry on the night with the soundtrack provided by the very best Ministry of Sound DJs.
The Pleasure Beach will be open from 8.30pm until 11pm with the Arena party lasting until 3am. If rides aren’t your thing and you just want to get on the dance floor, the Arena opens its doors at 10pm.
Pleasure Beach boss Amanda Thompson is excited by the Ministry of Sound tie-up which was first revealed by The Gazette.
She said: “Blackpool Pleasure Beach has always renowned for fun, excitement and thrills.
“By teaming up with such a well-known dance brand as Ministry of Sound, we can now offer our guests even more by giving them the chance to not only enjoy amazing rides but also dance into the early hours to some of the best DJs”
The night is the first late riding event planned for 2017 with the Pleasure Beach promising more in the pipeline.Last year’s late night riding proved hugely popular with the Pleasure Beach enjoying some of the biggest visitor numbers of the season.
A number of big thrill rides will remain open after park hours, including Sky Force, The Big One and Revolution.
Tickets cost £25 and there are limited numbers so early booking is advised.
VIP tables of six, which includes tickets for the event, a reserved table in the VIP area plus a bottle of Grey Goose or Hendicks and mixers, are available for £300.
For more information on the event, or to book tickets, visit www.blackpoolpleasurebeach.com/ministry-of-sound-night.