Amsterdam Dance Event reveals 2017 dates and international expansion

The monolithic platform for dance and electronic music heads back to the Dutch capital in October.

Mike Warburton

Date published: 11th Jan 2017

Photo: ADE

Some of the details for this year's ADE, the world's largest club music festival have just been revealed. The mammoth celebration, which featured 2200 artists, 550 speakers across 140 venues, and 375,000 attendees in 2016 takes over the Dutch capital on 18th-22nd October.

Eats Everything, Octave One, KiNK, and Ellen Allien give their insight into why the conference is such a vital part of clubbing culture. Watch it below.

The night time programme is expected to be just as huge, featuring everything from experimental industrial techno to stadium-primed EDM, while the daytime programme too will be boosted with more talks, workshops, Q&As, and tech exhibitions than ever before.  

This year sees ADE take on more international dates too, with both the USA and India both hosting the club music juggernaut. Head here for more on ADE 2017 as and when it's revealed.

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