The world’s most iconic dance brand Ministry of Sound have announced ‘The Annual Classical’, an orchestral tour which celebrates and reimagines their legendary dance music compilation The Annual.

23 years on from the debut compilation release, The Annual Classical will see Ministry of Sound taking out a 50 piece classical orchestra to tour the UK. There will be a world premier at London’s Royal Festival Hall on January 26th, with a full six-date UK tour starting in May 2019, calling at major cities across the country. You can catch the Liverpool leg of the tour at The Liverpool Philharmonic Hall on June 21.

The tour will include some of the biggest dance tracks from the 90s, which have featured on early chart topping The Annual compilations. It will see the likes of The Chemical Brothers, Fatboy Slim and Dario G all reimagined with an orchestral makeover.

Judge Jules said, “The Annual is the biggest selling dance music compilation of all time, and I was equally proud to be involved then as I am now.  Orchestrating some of its biggest tracks is an homage to some of the greatest musical memories ever, and the show promises to be a truly heart-stirring experience.”

Tickets for The Annual Classical are available from Ministry Of Sound also via SeeTickets and Ticketmaster ranging from £22.50 through to £70. Venue priority sales begin on the 30th October and general on sale is Friday 2nd November.