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  • ADE Offers Glimpse Into 2023 Festival & Conference


    Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) is described as the most “upfront, influential and educational gathering for electronic music and its industry.” The yearly event attracts a global audience, providing a unique festival experience with 1,000+ events across 200+ venues and an extended 5-day conference.

    With preparations for ADE 2023 well underway, organizers have announced enhanced perks for attendees including an upgraded Amsterdam Music Festival (AMF) experience, access to the ADE Pro Platform, and an additional conference day, which covers “in-depth programming, ground-breaking topics, and new networking & matchmaking formats.”

    In addition, Verknipt has revealed five events across three venues this year, showcasing a roster of 77 artists including Bárbara Lago, Eli Brown, Fatima Hajji, Juliet Fox, Lessss, NΥCΘ, Sara Landry, Shlømo b2b Alignment, T78, WNDRLST and many more.

    Other early announcements include masked DJ/producer Claptone’s first-ever live Q&A and the return of Martin Garrix’s solo shows at RAI.

    The 2023 installment of ADE takes place in Amsterdam, Netherlands over October 19-23.

    Get ADE 2023 passes here!

    This article was first published on Your EDM. Source: ADE Offers Glimpse Into 2023 Festival & Conference

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