COMPETITION: Win a pair of tickets to Ministry of Sound Classical at Bedford Park Concerts

Ministry of Sound Classical comes to Bedford Park in 2023

Throughout this week, the Bedford Independent has been giving away tickets to the Bedford Park Concerts taking place this Summer.

We’ve already offered you a chance to tickets to see soul superstars The Jacksons, the legendary Sting, West End Proms plus SCOOTER, and last but not least, we’ve got two tickets for Ministry of Sound Classical up for grabs.

This incredible live music event will come to Bedford Park on Saturday 1 July.

The legendary club was at the heart of the huge house scene of the 1990s and Ministry of Sound is undoubtedly one of the biggest global brands in dance music.

Ministry of Sound Classical sees iconic dance tracks re-orchestrated, re-imagined and re-lived by a breathtaking 30-piece orchestra, top DJs, stunning vocalists and a sound and light experience like no other.

The show comes to Bedford on Saturday 1 July with Roger Sanchez, Judge Jules, K-Klass and Ellie Sax among the stars to take to the decks on the night.

Superstar DJ, Roger Sanchez (photo: DJ Mag)

You’ll hear classics including Hey Boy Hey Girl (The Chemical Brothers), Sunchyme (Dario G), Insomnia (Faithless), Right Here, Right Now (Fat Boy Slim) plus many more, delivered like never before.

Ministry of Sound Classical has previously played to packed audiences at London’s Royal Festival Hall and heads to The Royal Albert Hall in September 2023.

How to enter

To be in with a chance to win a pair of tickets to see Ministry of Sound Classical at Bedford Park Concerts, simply answer the following question:

Who had a hit single with Hey Boy Hey Girl?

Email your answer to by 23:59 on Thursday, 1 June 2023.

The winner will be notified by email on Monday 5 June. All terms and conditions can be found here.

Ministry of Sound Classical joins, SCOOTER, The Jacksons, Sister Sledge and The Real Thing and Sting among the Bedford Park Concerts headliners.

You can book tickets here.

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