Resort to host Ministry of Sound album party

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Queenstown clubbers will be the first Kiwis to sample new Ministry of Sound beats at an album launch party this Saturday. 

The resort is the first stop on the mega-music label’s Clubbers Guide to 2011 double CD Australasian launch tour. 

Aussie-based dance artist Goodwill, who features on the compilation CD, will play at a Prime Restaurant party starting at 10pm and rolling through till 3am. 

Dunedin electro DJ Filthy Minx will also provide beats on the night. 

The event has been organised by Jason Clark – the previous owner of Queenstown watering hole Debajo. 

“It is a great honour to host one of the world’s top DJ/producers here,” Clark says. 

Tickets to the gig must be pre-bought from Prime, Debajo, STA Travel or Quest. General admission costs $35, but 100 VIP spots priced at $45 are available for those wanting to start the action from 8pm.