Amsterdam Dance Event announces first wave of acts for 2022 line-up
Taking place from October 19-23, the even will take place across 200 venues
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has just announced its first wave of acts for its 2022 festival.
The slew of announced performers include Jayda G, Paula Temple, The Blessed Madonna, Hector Oaks, DJ Stingray, Fatima Hajji, Nils Frahm, Shinedoe, Courtesy, Flava D, and more.
Due to take place from October 19 to October 23 this year, ADE is a festival and conference that highlights the ongoing work within the electronic music community around the world.
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The first wave of acts make up a crème de la crème of global stars — including the UK's Blawan, Paula Temple, Flava D and Jamie Jones; Australia's HAAi and Logic 1000; The Netherlands' own Martin Garrix, Afra, Cincity and Tiësto; and Japan's Fumiya Tanaka.
This is ADE's first full festival and conference since 2019, as it was forced to cancel in 2020 and limited in 2021 due to COVID-19 restrictions. The 2021 edition saw the complete closure of the conference, however, some music events carried on at a reduced capacity.
The event takes place across Amsterdam and welcomes guests and performers alike into over 200 venues. The five-day-long event has a jam-packed programme full of Arts and Culture talks, DJ workshops, music showcases and more.
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The full line-up is yet to be announced, and will slowly be revealed by organisers over the coming months.
The full schedule will also be announced by organisers closer to the time. ADE is set to welcome more than 25,000 electronic music fans to the 2022 event to share ideas and enjoy music together.
Find out more about ADE and read the full line-up on its website.
Aneesa Ahmed is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow her on Twitter