Amsterdam Dance Event announces second wave of artists

AMSTERDAM – With six weeks left until ADE 2023, Amsterdam Dance Event reveals its second wave of artists. Among them are Adam Beyer (SE), Anetha (FR), A-Trak (CA), Black Cadmium (NL), Carista (NL), Charlotte de Witte (BE), Claptone (DE), DJ Heartstring (DE), DJ Holographic (US), Fatima Yamaha (NL), Hardwell (NL), Héctor Oaks (DE), HoneyLuv (US), Interplanetary Criminal (GB), Islandman (TR), JASSS (ES), KI/KI (NL), Parfait (FR), Peggy Gou (DE), Sama Abdulhadi (FR), Van Anh (NL), and many others.

Amsterdam Dance Event runs from October 18—22, 2023 and is the world’s most extensive festival and conference program for electronic music. Live performances have become a staple of the ADE Festival program in recent years, with venues such as Paradiso, Melkweg, Concertgebouw and others offering a wide variety of live music. Highlights include the electro organic sounds of jazz quartet ECHT!, Jameszoo in Muziekgebouw, a live performance by Overmono, a one-off concert by Mary Lake and Amsterdams Andalusisch Orkest, and many others.

ADE Arts & Culture Alongside the nighttime festival program, one of ADE’s newest tracks – ADE Arts & Culture – is celebrating its third edition, focusing on a new generation of creators, electronic music’s positive impact, and broadening horizons. The ADE Arts & Culture program ranges from interactive theater pieces such at Nicole Beutler’s ATMEN at Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, to the interdisciplinary Gay Guerilla by 24classics at Zuiderkerk, to a film program at venues such as Eye Filmmuseum, Melkweg Cinema, Kriterion and more.

Festival program and ticket info is available here and the ADE Pro Pass is available here.

Among the second wave of announced artists are: 999999999 (IT), 8Kays (UA), Adam Beyer (SE), Alexia Glensy (GB), AliA (BE), Alienata (ES), Ambu Bambu (NL), Anetha (FR), A-Trak (CA), Barbara Boeing (BR), Bastienne (NL), Beau Didier (NL), Black Cadmium (NL), Blond:ish (CA), Boris Acket (NL), Boris Brejcha (DE), CamelPhat (GB), Carista (NL), Cassie Raptor (FR), Charlotte de Witte (BE), Chelina Manuhutu (NL), Christian Guerematchi (SI), Cincity (NL), Claptone (DE), Cobrah (SE), Dan Shake (GB), Dana Lixenberg (NL), Dasha Rush (RU), Dennis Ferrer (US), Dillon Francis (US), DIORA (ZA), DJ Heartstring (DE), DJ Holographic (US), DJ Hyperdrive (DE), Doudou MD (NL), Dr Banana (GB), Dr. Rubinstein (DE), DVS1 (US), East End Dubs (GB), Ellen Allien (DE), Fafi Abdel Nour (NL), Fatima Yamaha (NL), Fedde Le Grand (NL), FJAAK (DE), Fleur Du Bonheur (NL), Fleur Shore (GB), Flits (NL), Girls Don’t Sync (GB), Gizem Öz (TR), Gladde Paling (NL), Glenn Underground (US), Hardwell (NL), Héctor Oaks (DE), Helena Basilova (RU), Hernan Cattaneo (AR), HoneyLuv (US), Hot Since 82 (GB), I Hate Models (FR), Interplanetary Criminal (GB), Islandman (TR), JakoJako (DE), Jameszoo (NL), Jamie Jones (GB), JAMIIE (DE), JASSS (ES), Joost van Bellen (NL), JOPLYN (DE), Joris Voorn (NL), Josephine Zwaan (NL), KI/KI (NL), Kia (AU), Kirollus (GB), Kittin (FR), Kölsch (DK), Kurashi Soundsystem (NL), Layla Benitez (US), LB aka LABAT (FR), LOVE FOXY (DE), Lucas & Steve (NL), Lynnee Denise (US), mad miran (NL), Manda Moor (DK), Marcel Dettmann (DE), Marco Carola (IT), Marie Malarie (GB), Marie Montexier (DE), Marlon Hoffstadt (DE), Mau P (NL), Mino Abadier (NL), Miss Monique (UA), Mochakk (BR), Moody Mehran (NL), Narciss (DE), Nastia Reigel (DE), Nicole Beutler (DE), Nora En Pure (CH), Nostalgix (CA), Ogazón (DE), Parfait (FR), Partiboi69 (AU), Peggy Gou (DE), Raven (CA), Rebekah (GB), Reinier Zonneveld (NL), Ron Carroll (US), Sally C (GB), Sama Abdulhadi (FR), Samuel Deep (NL), Sandrien (NL), Solomun (BA), Spekki Webu (NL), Stephanie Sykes (GB), Strodano (PH), Sub Zero Project (NL), Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano (NL), Sweely (FR), Syreeta (GB), The Lady Machine (DE), Thoms Traxx (NL), tINI (DE), Tom Trago (NL), Tonno disko (NL), Van Anh (NL), and many, many more.

The Amsterdam Dance Event Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to nurturing electronic music, its culture and its industry worldwide. The organisation devotes itself to stimulating development, innovation and talent, gathering the global industry and laying a foundation for future generations.

About ADE 

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), an initiative of Buma, has grown into the world’s largest and most influential club-based festival and conference for electronic music. The event continues to grow and develop each year, featuring over 2,500 artists and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues. The five-day event attracts visitors from over 146 countries and features every conceivable aspect of electronic music culture, with dedicated conference programming, an extensive Arts & Culture programme, live music and DJ/artist performances, all spread across the city of Amsterdam. More information about ADE can be found here

ADE – Electronic Music Gathers Here 

The Amsterdam Dance Event is organised by The Amsterdam Dance Event Foundation. Founding partner: Buma Main partners: Heineken 0.0 | Desperados 

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