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Peggy Gou’s 'Gou Talk' returns to close out DGTL’s stacked ADE line-up

The festival lands in the city's NDSM Dockyards in October featuring Caribou, Jennifer Loveless, The Blessed Madonna, Salamanda and more

  • Words: Amira Waworuntu | Image: Kirsten Van Santen
  • 25 June 2024
Peggy Gou’s 'Gou Talk' returns to close out DGTL’s stacked ADE line-up

DGTL has just announced its full line-up for Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) 2024, promising an exhilarating experience for those making the pilgrimage to Amsterdam this October.

Returning to the NDSM Warehouse from October 17-20, DGTL's program spans four days and seven shows, featuring an array of top-tier talent.

Also returning is Peggy Gou’s ‘Gou Talk’ for a second time to round up the festivities—a vibrant end to ADE featuring Peggy herself, Bambounou, Marie Montexier, Anz, Salamanda, Spray and Brain de Palma, among others.

Kicking things off, Caribou will take the stage on Thursday with their first Dutch live show in two years, blending alternative electronica, indie rock, and jazz.

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Friday promises a mesmerising evening with Nils Frahm, who will transform the NDSM Warehouse into a sonic wonderland, merging classical and electronic sounds.

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Saturday heats up with The Blessed Madonna’s ‘We Still Believe’ showcase, featuring live performances from Marie Davidson and Kenny Dope, alongside sets from Avalon Emerson, Bashkka, and the dynamic Patrick Mason. As night falls, Brutalismus 3000 will dominate with their ‘Brutalismus 3000 Invites’ presenting a hard-hitting lineup including Boys Noize, Rebekah, and more.

The weekend then culminates on Sunday with Gou Talk.

Secure your tickets to ADE here.

Amira Waworuntu is Mixmag Asia’s Managing Editor, follow her on Instagram.

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