Thrills and spills are promised to the sounds of top dance DJs later this year.
Blackpool Pleasure Beach has announced the ‘ultimate thrill night’ in partnership with superclub brand Ministry Of Sound.
Club night Ministry Of Sound presents Titanium will take place at the South Shore amusement park on Saturday, October 10.
The Pleasure Beach has held previous late night events, with music laid on, but this is the first event of this kind - seeing rides open specially from 8.30pm to 11pm to get the adrenaline rush before partying the night away.
For those interested solely in the music, the Arena club venue will open from 10.30pm, running until 3am at the park.
The full line-up of Ministry DJs and guest headliners providing the night’s soundtrack will be announced in coming weeks.
Pleasure Beach managing director Amanda Thompson said: “Blackpool Pleasure Beach has always renowned for fun, excitement and thrills.
“By teaming up with such a well-known dance brand as Ministry of Sound, we can now offer our guests even more by giving them the chance to not only enjoy amazing rides but also dance into the early hours to some of the best DJs.”
A spokesman added: “There are so many great rides to enjoy while at Blackpool Pleasure Beach.
“Test your nerves on Red Arrows Skyforce, which will have you spinning, swirling and exciting the senses while your fellow pilots take control of their own flights.
“Experience the breathtaking views and adrenaline-fuelled thrills on the UK’s tallest roller coaster, The Big One, then turn your world upside down on Pleasure Beach’s classic looping coaster, Revolution.”
Tickets to Titanium cost £25 and are limited availability.
* For more information on the event, or to book tickets, visit www.blackpoolpleasurebeach.com/ministry-of-sound.