Also on the line-up are scene up-and-comers, such including fka.m4a and Sedef Adasi, as well as local Dutch talents such as Ezri Jade and Olympe.
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Live sets will come from the likes of Ross From Friends, Sweely, Soichi Terada, Monolink and Satori.
Ellen Evers, DGTL’s Festival Director said: “Representation matters. We’ve worked hard to make sure our line-up reflects the entire spectrum of communities within dance music.
“It’s a chance to show what genuine commitment to diversity and inclusion can produce, and give a platform to exciting artists from all across the spectrum,” she continued.
The festival will take place across three nights and two days, kicking off with the night edition on Friday April 7, with The Blessed Madonna, Passion Deez, TAAHLIAH & I. JORDAN performing, alongside a DGTL debut for Mura Masa.
Last year in 2022, DGTL Amsterdam became the world’s “first sustainable circular dance music festival”, working with the city of Amsterdam to implement a “doughnut economy”, whereby resources are not overused and waste is recycled into the system.
It will also continue its DGTL Safe(r) Project, which aims to create positive changes for the festival’s diversity, inclusivity and community programme, using data and feedback collected from last year’s edition.
Last month saw the second edition of DGTL India, which took place in New Delhi and Mumbai between December 9 and December 11.
Tickets for DGTL Amsterdam are on sale now via dgtl.nl.
Isaac Muk is Mixmag's Digital Intern, follow him on Twitter