As an initiative of Buma, The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has continued to grow into the world’s largest not-for-profit organization, influential club-based festival, and innovative conference for electronic music. Featuring over 2,500 artists and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues, the five-day event has attracted visitors from over 146 countries as it continues to grow and develop its conceivable aspect of electronic music culture with dedicated conference programming, extensive Arts & Culture program, live music, and DJ/artist performances each year. Now with seven weeks left to go, ADE reveals its second wave of artists for October 19—23, 2022.
The festival program, ticket info, and the ADE Pro Pass are now available.
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Alongside the festival program, the ADE Pro conference will also feature key discussions focused on the future of the music industry, including the impact of artificial intelligence with ex-Google engineer Blake Lemoine, the metaverse with Meta industry head Daniela Weitmann among others, and deepfake tech with artist Don Diablo in conversation with a deepfake version of himself.
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ADE is also set to transform its home base Felix Meritis into a hybrid virtual space as part of ADE Blendrealities, welcoming physical and virtual Pro conference visitors simultaneously. Additionally, the brand new ADE Lab program has also been launched, which will be focused on cultivating and inspiring the next generation of musicians and professionals.
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In seven weeks, attendees can expect to see varied performances from the second wave lineup. To get a feel of what to expect from these household names as well as what to expect from the event itself this October, check out ADE’s personalized Spotify Playlist for 2022 at the end of the lineup below.
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