Giles Smith and James Priestley will round off their summer season with a show at the Ministry Of Sound courtyard later this month.
Giles Smith and James Priestley will throw their last daytime party of the year on Sunday 11th October.
The last time that the secretsundaze crew were at the Ministry Of Sound courtyard was back in May, but they're set to return for their closing with a double header that should more than satisfy London's house aficionados. Detroit son Seth Troxler will be flying in from Berlin to take care of daytime duties with his raw and bumping flavours, while it'll be down to Yoruba Records owner Osunlade to pick up the slack later on in the evening. Revellers should expect a set full of both techy and jazz-infused grooves.
Over in the bar you'll be served with a lovingly selected session of disco and early house from secretsundaze's longtime second room collaborators Disco Bloodbath, who'll be taking over for most of the party, pausing only to let invited guest Frank Tope get a chance on the wheels of steel.
Tickets to the closing party are now available to purchase directly from RA Tickets.