Ministry of Sound and Teenage Cancer Trust present to you Our House Is Your House club nights. The home of dance music has launched this new partnership in October with first of many fundraising club nights, which hope to raise £50,000 over the next year.
The first instalment of Our House Is Your House featured the house and techno of Defected in The House in November and raised £3,500.
Nicky Romero has been revealed as the next headliner in the series on Saturday 21st December.
Ministry of Sound will raise money through text donations, VIP club experience auctions, meet and greet competitions with superstar DJs and cloakroom and guest list donations.
Music Manager for TCT, Jane Ashton said: “This is Teenage Cancer Trust’s first ever dance music partnership and it’s a great fit. Not only is music a massive part of teenagers’ lives, but it’s at the heart of our work too. Teenage Cancer Trust brings young people with cancer together so they can support each other and our specialist units can become a home from home for these vulnerable young cancer patients. Our House Is Your House is a lovely interpretation of the work we do. Ministry of Sound’s support will help us continue our vital work making sure young cancer patients are treated as young people first, cancer patients second.”
For those clubbers that already have tickets an exclusive text to donate competition can be entered to upgrade. Up to five people can bypass the queue, receive access all areas passes and have a meet and greet with the man himself. Text MOS to 84222. Texts cost £1. Entrants will also be given the chance to make a voluntary £3 donation to Teenage Cancer Trust**.
Ministry of Sound is located at 103 Gaunt Street, London, SE1 6DP. This prize is strictly for over 18s and ID will be required on entry. For more information click here (http://www.ministryofsound.com/club/listings/). This is only open to UK residents and Teenage Cancer Trust are not responsible for providing accommodation or travel (including expenses).
** Entries must be received before 5:30pm on Monday 16 December and must be a ticketholder along with their four guests. A winner will be selected at random and will be contacted on Wednesday 18th December. Please note Teenage Cancer Trust is not responsible for accommodation and transport arrangements. Details of a free postal route for entry and for full terms and conditions please visit www.teenagecancertrust.org/get-involved/music/news/text-to-donate-t-and-cs-2 For further information on Teenage Cancer Trust visit www.teenagecancertrust.org Text entries cost £1 and entrants who do not wish to make a voluntary £3 donation will have to reply ‘STOP’ within half an hour of receiving the first reply message. Text donation helpline 033 066 00425.