Only the best of the best at Amsterdam Dance Event
You may or may not have heard about the world’s biggest 5-day long annual dance party: the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). But let us tell you one thing; this is a not-to-miss music event from the 18th to the 22nd of October. There are over 400 events, 2,200 artists and more than 140 clubs and venues attracting 375,000 visitors annually for the Amsterdam Dance Event. It makes Amsterdam one of the busiest clubbing cities in the world. Every year in late October the biggest names in electronic music headline the Amsterdam Dance Event.
Time to get the party started at ADE Amsterdam
This year in 2017, ADE Amsterdam is organized for the 22nd time in the electronic music capital of the world. A lot of big names in the field of electronic music like Nicky Romero, Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren and David Guetta are confirmed to be performing at ADE Amsterdam this year. Besides the biggest artists on the planet, ADE Amsterdam also gives fresh and upcoming talent of the whole spectrum of electronic sub-genres a chance to prove themselves during this mind-blowing event. A few of the parties you should consider visiting During ADE Amsterdam are; Awakenings, Click, DGTL, Dockyard Festival and last but not least the Amsterdam Music Festival.
There’s more to Amsterdam Dance Event than you think
We’ve covered the performing artists and pumping dance parties in this blog post, but there are also a lot of other activities held during the 5-day long Amsterdam Dance Event. For instance, the leading business and inspiration conference in the field of electronic music ADE Pro, that attracts thousands of delegates from all over the world. They come together at Amsterdam Dance Event to network, share their professional experience and do business. The Amsterdam Dance Event conference will have 550 speakers and six venues. Another big part of the Amsterdam Dance Event is the ADE Playground. It provides entertainment, engagement, and plenty of surprises for the legions of electronic music fans visiting Amsterdam for ADE. The daytime program is mostly free and features a wealth of dance music-related exhibitions, films, documentaries, DJ showcases, gear master classes and artist MusicTalks. It takes place across Amsterdam's five central districts, using the most unique venues throughout the city.