ADE launch epic second wave of artists

Amsterdam Dance Event, five days of the biggest names in electronic music gathers together for mega conferences, networking, and events creating the most influential gathering for global electronic music and its industry in the world.

Amsterdam Dance Event, five days of the biggest names in electronic music gathers together for mega conferences, networking, and events creating the most influential gathering for global electronic music and its industry in the world.

The daytime conference panels this year host genre defying names including Diplo, Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano and synth pioneer Suzanne Cianiand.

Line up for the night-time events line up is something that electronic music lovers would only dream about seeing on a festival roster.

Joining the current announced artists, the second wave stellar line-up is massive, you can see they are not messing about after its two-year pandemic hiatus.

The line-up includes the power houses Eric Prydz, Carl Cox, Eric Prydz, Charlotte de Witte, Sven Väth, Honey Dijion, Richie Hawtin, Peggy Gou, Adam Beyer, Armin Van Buuren these are just some of electric pioneers performing this year.

Take a look through the full lineup here.

Every year ADE’s festival program fills every corner of the city with 2,500 artists speaking or performing in 1,000 Amsterdam venues.

This really is the melting point for anyone with an electric music interest from production to performance. This years festival runs from the 19th – the 23rd of October.

ADE Pro pass holders can step into the future with the ADE speaker programme with the 2022 themes on the immense impact of AI, Web3, big data. Pro passes can even take a trip into the metaversve at Felix Meritis hybrid virtual space.

Thought-provoking discussions with iconic parties make 2022 ADE easily the biggest yet.

ADE Pro passes’ are still available giving you full access over the five days.

Find more information and the full event lineup here.

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