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​Amsterdam Dance Event unveils next wave of artists for October edition

Amelie Lens, Carl Cox, Jeff Mills, Peggy Gou, and more to return to ADE

  • Gemma Ross
  • 3 September 2022
​Amsterdam Dance Event unveils next wave of artists for October edition

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has announced its next wave of artists set to play in Amsterdam this coming October.

Amongst those on the bill, DJ heavyweights including Carl Cox, Jeff Mills, Peggy Gou, Amelie Lens, Honey Dijon, Kerri Chandler, and Derrick Carter are all set to play.

ADE is due to go ahead across five days this October (19 - 23), taking place in and around Amsterdam across multiple venues. The citywide event has been hosted annually for the past 26 years seeing in some 400,000 people each year.

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This year, joining the current bill of artists is TSHA, DVS1, Eris Drew, JAMIIE, Kitty Amor, FJAAK, Nia Archives, LYZZA, Peach, Sama’ Abdulhadi, Richie Hawtin, SHERELLE, and many more.

The line-up also boasts plenty of new artists who will be joining names such as The Blessed Madonna, DJ Stingray, and Jayda G already slated to play later this year.

Netherlands’ own selectors Carista, Job Jobse, mad miran, Armin van Buuren, Martin Garrix, and Tiësto also join this year’s round-up on home turf.

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Each year, ADE celebrates more than 2,500 artists across five days with over 1,000 events across the city. this year, the extensive festival and conference will be hosted across 200 locations including Melkweg, NDSM Warehouse, Pllek, Ziggodome, and RADION.

This year’s conferences include talks on the future of the music industry, a discussion on the impact of artificial intelligence, the metaverse, and Don Diablo in conversation with a deepfake version of himself.

Find out more about this year’s line-up and grab your tickets to Amsterdam Dance Event 2022 here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Editorial Assistant, follow her on Twitter

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