- Dozens of artists have been confirmed for the massive Amsterdam conference, which this year runs from October 19th through 23rd.
The first acts for this year's Amsterdam Dance Event have been announced.
This year running from October 19th through 23rd, ADE is considered Europe's most important electronic music conference. It brings together thousands of clubbers, promoters, DJs and industry professionals with each edition, hosting a five-day series of parties, lectures, panels and screenings across dozens of Amsterdam locations. A broad cross-section of house, techno and experimental acts will touch down in 2016, with Dave Clarke, Luke Slater, Marcel Fengler, Tommy Four Seven, Henrik Schwarz, Cassy and Ben Sims among the names confirmed so far.
As usual, many of Amsterdam's key promoters will host events, too. Awakenings, the Netherlands' best-known techno party, will stretch out with a five-day programme for the first time, with Len Faki, Alan Fitzpatrick, Joris Voorn, Sven Väth and Marcel Dettmann all locked in for slots at the massive Gashouder complex.
Breakfast Club will also stretch out for a two-day session at RADION on October 22nd and 23rd—Margaret Dygas and DVS1 are among the names confirmed.
More names and parties will be added to the ADE programme in the coming weeks and months.