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Amsterdam Dance Event 2019 Highlights

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s largest club festival and business conference for electronic music is in full swing. The ADE conference is completely sold out with limited availability for ADE Beats and ADE University. From 16th and the 20th of October more than 2,500 artists and 600 speakers will take part in the event in Amsterdam. The organisers expect to welcome over 400,000 visitors from over 100 countries for the 24th edition.



In recent years, the Amsterdam Dance Event has become the most important breeding ground for electronic music culture. Besides the extensive conference and festival program, ADE highlights current technological and social trends as well as crossovers with other genres such as film and photography, making Amsterdam the meeting point for the global electronic music community.

The 2019 ADE Lifetime Achievement has been awarded to Marco de Goede for his vital work in Amsterdam politics and nightlife. As a politician, back in 2002, De Goede led the …

ADE - First selection of artists for 2019

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world's largest festival and business conference for electronic music, announced the first selection of artists for 2019.



Among them are Carl Cox (GB)Amelie Lens (BE), DJ Nobu (JP), Helena Hauff (DE), Identified Patient (NL), Jeff Mills (US)Martin Garrix (NL)Nastia (UA), New Order (GB), Sevn Alias (NL), SOPHIE (GB), Tchami (FR), The Black Madonna (US) and Tiësto (NL). The organisers expect to welcome 400,000 visitors for the 24th edition.
The five day and night gathering runs from October 16th-20th, 2019 and is the world’s most extensive festival and conference program for electronic music, offering a broad range of art, film, photography, alongside music and the latest trends in technology and social good.
Alongside the popularity of the night and day program from national and international visitors, the organisers see growing interest in the conference ADE Sound Lab, the daytime cultural activities and the live electronic music and sustaina…

Martin Garrix returns to ADE for his signature all ages and 18+ nights

Martin Garrix will present two shows at RAI during Amsterdam Dance Event, on October 18th and 19th. 



After premiering his ‘ANIMA’ live show last edition, a completely new production including stunning visuals is in the making for this year. The event on ADE Friday will be an 18+ show, followed up by an all-ages show on Saturday.

"My shows during Amsterdam Dance Event have always been a highlight of my year. It’s so special to perform in my home country including an evening for all my younger fans. I can’t wait to dance with everyone again and make these nights the best ones yet!" says Martin Garrix.
This year will also mark the 5th year anniversary of Garrix’s solo shows during Amsterdam Dance Event, after his first nights in 2015 at AFAS Live, before moving to RAI.

About Rai
RAI Amsterdam Convention Centre, commonly known as RAI Amsterdam, or simply RAI, is a multifunctional building with conference and exhibition halls in the Zuidas business district of Amsterdam, Netherlan…

Dave Clarke announces DVS1, Luke Slater, Paula Temple and more for his ADE night at Melkweg

Dave Clarke presents returns at ADE 2019 for its 15thedition. The longest running techno event at Amsterdam Dance Event features the talent that currently resides in the real uncompromising and authentic techno scenes. 


This year Dave invited DVS1, Luke Slater, Paula Temple, a live performance by Terence Fixmer, Marcel Fengler, Anetha, Black Asteroid, Daniel Miller, Mirella Kroes and Mr. Jones. They will all play Clarke’s event at the Melkweg on ADE Friday, October 18th.

Many know Dave Clarke as the Baron of Techno, he also has a long history streching back 30 years with Electro with the popular ‘Whip It’ night being one of his most recent endeavors, so watch out for that ADE line up announcement.

A lot of familiar faces and returning artists for this intense edition of Dave Clarke presents DVS1 will bring his hypnotizing groove to the Melkweg dancefloor for the first time in six years. The diverse UK sound is represented by Luke Slater, one of Britain’s true electronic music pioneer…

Amsterdam Dance Event Announce Dates for 2019

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world’s leading event for electronic music, will take place the 16th to 20th October, 2019. The organisers are expecting around 400,000 national and international visitors for the 24th edition.



Alongside the multiple conference tracks addressing the latest business, cultural and technological trends, and festival programming that showcases the diversity of electronic music and its many sub-genres, the organisers are committed to once again enhancing the daytime activities in 2019 through partnerships with cultural institutions and multi-disciplinary collaborations that engage with the broadest possible range of the creative industries.

Director Mariana Sanchotene states: “During ADE, Amsterdam will once again be the centre of the global electronic music industry and the home base for music enthusiasts. Our conference and festival activities showcase what is happening around the world, but should also be a reflection of how creative, innovative, vibra…

ADE 2018 Announces Second Wave of Artists

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world's largest festival and the most important global business conference for electronic music, announced its second selection of artists today. Among them are Amelie Lens (BE), Axwell / Ingrosso (SE), Broederliefde (NL), CIFIKA (KR), Kiasmos (IS), Oliver Heldens (NL), Ricardo Villalobos (CL) and Sasha (UK).
The Amsterdam Dance Event takes place from the 17th to 21st of October, 2018. organized by Stichting Amsterdam Dance Event, an initiative of Buma.
With seven weeks left to go, ADE, an initiative of Buma, has nearly completed its festival program. From October 17th through October 21st, the organization expects over 2500 artists in a record-breaking 200 locations, making Amsterdam the epicentre of the global electronic music industry for five straight days. Alongside the previously announced focus on South Korea, this year’s edition also pays tribute to 30 Years of Dutch Dance in both its day and night program.
More than just a festival
Amste…

Amsterdam Dance Event 2018 completes program

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the world's largest club festival and business conference for electronic music, has completed its program with Jean-Michel Jarre and Nile Rodgers amongst the confirmed speakers.
2500 performers and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues around Amsterdam. 
The Amsterdam Dance Event takes place from the 17th to 21st of October, 2018. The organisers expect to welcome over 400,000 visitors from over 100 countries for the 23rd edition. Among the latest announced speakers are Jean-Michel Jarre (FR) and Nile Rodgers (US), who will make an appearance in the day program to speak about their career and their musical influence on current day electronic
music culture.

Focus on South-Korea and celebrations of 30 Year Dutch Dance
Expected highlights in the extensive day and nighttime program are the focus on South-Korea, with multiple appearances in both the festival and conference and the celebration of 30 Years of Dutch Dance, with the release of a special documentary…