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Lemon Quay turned into Ministry of Sound club for Truro Festival launch

By LeeTrewhela  |  Posted: March 17, 2014

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ONE OF the biggest music labels in the world are coming to Truro to launch the annual art, culture and music festival which takes place from April 4 to 20.

For one night only, Ministry of Sound will be transforming Lemon Quay into one of their world famous club nights on Friday, April 4.

Ministry of Sound originated as a nightclub in London over 20 years ago but have since gone global with club nights all around the world, and for the first time, they are coming to Truro.

Darren Hoare, event organiser, said: “This unique club night for Truro means partygoers will experience the best in dance, house music and remixes from one of the brand’s top DJs.”

The event, which is organised by Individual Events in conjunction with Totally Truro BID, launches two weeks of art, culture and music; celebrating the diversity and creativity of the arts within the city. Incorporating art, music, theatre, film, literature, dance, comedy and Cornish culture offering a fantastic array of events for all ages and interests.

The event starts at 7pm on Friday, April 4. Tickets are £15 in advance and can be bought from ticketsource.co.uk/event/52836, Zafiros bar on New Bridge Street, Truro, or the Tourist Information Centre on Boscawen Street, Truro. Alternatively tickets will be £20 on the door. This event is for over 16s only and ID will be required.

For more information about the events in Truro Festival visit enjoytruro.co.uk or search for Truro Festival on Facebook.

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  • Truro_England  |  March 17 2014, 1:02PM

    This what the Piazza ( Lemon Quay) needs more of! More open markets, fun fairs, charity events, bands, arts etc etc. No more cars and a coach on display.

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