Glitterbox London

Posted on October 31, 2015

On the back of its best Ibiza summer season to date, Glitterbox makes a triumphant return to the Ministry of Sound, London on Saturday December 12 2015. Glitterbox captured early Ibiza headlines when it announced it would be moving in to the famous Space Terrace for the 2015 summer, announcing a massive line up that showcased some of the biggest house, disco and nu-disco DJs and producers, from scene legends to the hottest new talent.

Glitterbox by La Skimal

While Ibiza offers a variety of choices for those that love their dance music on a deeper underground tip or a hands-in-the-air festival vibe, Glitterbox provided a truly unique soundtrack, bringing the fun back into the club, through accessible, hedonistic tunes that captivate the dancefloor and bring a splash of colour to the weekly schedule. It proved to be hugely successful as countless numbers passed through the Space terrace doors and enjoyed some of the most vibrant atmospheres of the summer. With Ibiza settling into winter mode, its time for Gliitterbox to light up London, with a return to Ministry of Sound on December 12.

Glitterbox by La Skimal

As with every Glitterbox party, the London line up is peppered with outstanding talent and features some of the heroes of the summer residency. Norman Jay MBE, The 2 Bears, The Shapeshifters, John Morales, DJ Pippi and Simon Dunmore have an unrivalled depth of experience and talent, calling on some of the best tracks of the last three decades to deliver a truly unique musical journey that appeals to those that have been dancing throughout the last thirty years as well as those that have just found the sound. There’s an exciting Glitterbox debut too for Busy P’s Ron Basejam, renowned for spanning disco, funk house and everything in between during his set, not to mention some of his own productions and edits.

Glitterbox opening by la Skimal

The Loft plays host to the For The Love Of House DJs, where Greg Sawyer and Simon Dawson will deliver a nostalgic house journey through some of the best tracks of the last thirty years, tracks that inspired and uplifted generations of clubbers and defined the scene that is loved all over the world. Glitterbox has combined performance with an amazing soundscape to offer a full sensory experience to all that pass through its doors. December 12 sees that continue in Ministry Of Sound with the return of the Savage dance crew Hot Heels adding dancefloor debauchery to proceedings and there is a live appearance from legendary singer Alison Limerick, who will perform the Frankie Knuckles produced ‘ Where Love Live’ as well as M-People percussionist and Drum Warrior Shovell, completing a spectacular line up.

Glitterbox by La Skimal

Accompanying the party, a new mix album Defected presents Glitterbox London will be released this November. Mixed by Simon Dunmore and featuring some the most inspiring artists from the last 40 years of dance music, including Gwen Guthrie, First Choice, Patrice Rushen, Donald Byrd, Blondie, Breakbot, Moloko, and Purple Disco Machine, the new London edition is packed full of both unashamed Glitterbox anthems and hidden gems, and simply shimmers from start to finish.