MINISTRY mainman Al Jourgensen has partnered with Adventures In Wonderland to debut Ministry Bootcamp, a behind-the-scenes look of what it takes to put a show like MINISTRY on the road.
Three hundred fans will have an opportunity to view and participate in open rehearsals at the Freemont Country Club in downtown Las Vegas, all ending in a full-blown MINISTRY show open to the public, with special seating for Bootcamp guests. There will be meet-and -greets, clinics, question-and-answer sessions, dinner and billiards with Al, as well as opportunities for Bootcampers to jam with the band and even play during the live show.
Al Jourgensen is known for innovation and going where music hasn't gone before. He does it again by breaking through the boundaries of the Internet and giving fans an up-close-and-personal, all-access pass to rehearsals before MINISTRY heads to Europe this summer.
Tickets go on sale Friday, January 22 at adventuresinwonderland.com.
MINISTRY's 13th studio album, "From Beer To Eternity", was released in September 2013 via 13th Planet Records.
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