Tucked away in the Docklands in northern Amsterdam, the Docklands are a huge former shipyard housing the NDSM hall, a 20,000 square meter hangar that can also be partitioned into smaller places. The hall is used for a number of purposes, including private parties, concerts, exhibitions and techno and house events as well. The grounds are also home to artist studios and other artistic facilities.
Chaim, Extrawelt, Eelke Kleijn, &ME, N'TO, Fritz Kalkbrenner, Acid Pauli, Oliver Schories, Andhim, Kolsch, Jan Blomqvist, Miss Melera, Joachim Pastor, Seth Schwarz, Jenia Tarsol, Timujin, VNTM, Nicky Elisabeth, Mees Salomé, Lake Avalon, Deer Jade
Adam Beyer, Joris Voorn, 2000 and One, Joel Mull, Monika Kruse, Dubfire, Cari Lekebusch, Secret Cinema, Butch, Bart Skils, Patrice Bäumel, Ramon Tapia, Ilario Alicante, Wehbba, Juan Sanchez, Nicole Moudaber, Julian Jeweil, Timmo, Ida Engberg, Marco Faraone, Alan Fitzpatrick, Roberto Capuano, Luigi Madonna, Victor Ruiz, Pleasurekraft, Egbert, Sam Paganini, ANNA, ROD, Enrico Sangiuliano, Joyhauser, Man With No Shadow, Dense & Pika, Reinier Zonneveld, Layton Giordani, B.Traits, Boxia, Charlotte de Witte, Amelie Lens
In addition to founder and headliner Adam Beyer, Drumcode Festival's bill features only the biggest international artists and upcoming acts in the modern techno scene.