Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has announced the full program to its all-new online platform.
Running alongside the ADE Pro digital conference from October 21st – 25th, ADE offers a free-to-access, immersive virtual experience during ADE 2020, exploring every aspect of global dance culture through a multidisciplinary live streaming program.
With an immense lineup of music, art, film, exclusive studio tours, masterclasses, live premieres and other creative endeavours, ADE 2020 showcases a broad range of electronic sub-genres and global artists, including; Bloody Mary (FR), Carista (NL), Carl Cox (GB), Chip E (US), Colin Benders (NL), DJ Harvey (GB), DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess (NL), Genevieve Murphy (GB), Helena Basilova (RU), Hiroko Yamamura (US), Illyus & Barrientos (GB), Infected Mushroom (IL), Joe Smooth (US), Joris Voorn (NL), Kim Booth (GB), KMRU (KE), Kypski (NL), Lady Starlight (US), Mary Lake (NL), Moody Mehran (NL), Native Moons (NL), Noisia (NL), OTION (NL), Rachel Collier (GB), Reinier Zonneveld (NL), Niklas Paschburg (DE), Pan-Pot (DE), Roger Sanchez (US), Shelly Knotts (GB), SOFI TUKKER (US), Speedy J (NL), Steve Rachmad (NL), Willikens & Ivkovic (DE), Woody’92 (NL) and many more.
The 2020 program features a multitude of musical, artistic, engaging, and creative live streams premiering during the Amsterdam Dance Event, along with an exclusive peek into the inner lives of world-class artists and DJs, live jam sessions, and plenty more special surprises. Notable highlights include guided tours through the studios and record collections of Bloody Mary, Carista, Carl Cox, DJ Marcelle / Another Nice Mess, Âme’s Frank Wiedemann, Kypski, Niklas Paschburg, Pan-Pot, and Reinier Zonneveld. Furthermore, Elrow is streaming live from De Duif in Amsterdam with Joris Voorn and others, and our cross-cultural program features Helena Basilova x Nick Verstand x Salvador Breed, a multi-day program by Minimal Sounds x Nxt Museum, and an extensive film program featuring premieres such as Larry’s Garage, plus a series of films from the Queer & Migrant Film Festival.
In addition, this year’s edition of the annual Cycle to ADE fundraiser initiated by non-profit organisation Bridges for Music is taking place as an exceptional virtual cycling race, joined by global DJs including Richie Hawtin, Pan-Pot, Gigee, Rebekah, Floyd Lavine, Juliet Fox and Goldfish riding from all over the globe to support education in underserved communities in South Africa. The entire 8-hour fundraiser event will be broadcast live on Wednesday, Oct 21st.