Amsterdam Dance Event’s 25th anniversary will be held this October.
Just in the past couple of weeks, there have been countless amounts of festivals being announced as a result of the progression of COVID-19 vaccines. As a result, ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event) is planning on re-opening its doors this October in celebration of the event’s 25th anniversary. Both festival and conference events are currently scheduled to take place from Wednesday, October 13 to Sunday, October 17. Over the years, ADE has grown to be the world’s largest and most influential club-based event and conference for electronic dance music. According to The Groove Cartel, last year’s event featured over 2,500 artists and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues.
In addition to ADE’s 25th-anniversary announcement, the road to ADE Festival 2021 has already begun. A diverse lineup of organizers has already announced their first shows including Audio Obscura, Elrow, Panama, and Paradiso, among others. The five-day event will attract attendees from over 145 countries and will include every avenue of dance music culture for five epic days of electronic dance music.
Read ADE’s full update below.
🌗 Kicking off the Road to #ADE21! 🌓
With hope finally on the horizon, we can't wait to finally welcome you all back to Amsterdam again for our anniversary celebrations from October 13th — 17th.
Read the full update: https://t.co/tuj4OSEldg
— AmsterdamDanceEvent (@ADE_NL) March 25, 2021
Feature Photo – ADE/Facebook
Source – The Groove Cartel