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Amsterdam Dance Events unveils first wave line-up for 2024

More than 300 artists have been confirmed, including Four Tet, Honey Dijon, and Benga.

  • 3 July 2024
Amsterdam Dance Events unveils first wave line-up for 2024

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has unveiled its first wave line-up for 2024 featuring more than 300 artists.

ADE is due to go ahead from October 16 - 20, 2024, across multiple venues in Amsterdam. So far, over 100 events have been confirmed including more than 20 at the legendary A’DAM Tower.

Those on the line-up this year include Honey Dijon, Four Tet, Peggy Gou, FJAAK, Brutalismus 3000, Major League DJz, The Martinez Brothers, Caribou, and Jeff Mills.

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Dozens of local Dutch artists including Estella Boersma, Suze Ijó, Young Marco, BELLA, Speedy J, Marie K, Carista, Colin Benders, and Doppelgang have also been confirmed to play.

The first wave line-up marks the first 10% of the total acts set to perform at this year’s event, which will include thousands of names across more than 1,000 events in 200+ locations.

UK-hailing artists due to perform at ADE this year include Skream and Benga, Anz, Jamie Jones, Barry Can’t Swim, Bonobo, Pangaea, NIKS, Yazzus, and I. JORDAN over five days.

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This year’s event is also set to feature takeovers and special shows, including a DGTL roster with seven events, a HE.SHE.THEY. showcase, Dave Clarke presents, and a special takeover from Verknipt.

As part of the festival’s conference programme ADE Pro, a handful of artists have been confirmed to host “exclusive” panels including the likes of Miss Monique, Chris Stussy, and Sama' Abdulhadi.

The complete ADE 2024 programme will be confirmed over the following months. Check out the first wave line-up below, and grab your tickets for Amsterdam Dance Event 2024 here.

Gemma Ross is Mixmag's Assistant Editor, follow her on Twitter.

This article originally featured on Mixmag Global.

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