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Amsterdam Dance Event announces second wave of artists for 2023

The city-wide industry event adds the likes of Charlotte de Witte, A-Trak, HoneyLuv, Interplanetary Criminal, Carista and many more to its October lineup

Amsterdam Dance Event announces second wave of artists for 2023

Amsterdam Dance Event has revealed more acts set to join the 2023 festival next month.

The annual autumn industry event, set for 18th October through the 22nd, has added dozens of artists to the line-up, including Charlotte de Witte, A-Trak, Sama' Abdulhadi, Carista, HoneyLuv, Peggy Gou, Héctor Oaks, Interplanetary Criminal, JASSS, Sally C, Dan Shake, East End Dubs, Adam Beyer, mad miran, Rebekah, LA aka Labat and Fedde Le Grand, among others. 

ADE has also announced its multidisciplinary Arts & Culture nightlife programme will return for a third year. It'll present a range of artistic works, including Nicole Beutler’s ATMEN theatre piece, 24classic's Gay Guerrilla audiovisual installation and a selection of films at local venues like Eye Filmmuseum, Melkweg Cinema and Kriterion.

The first lineup reveal featured artists such as Bicep, DJ Stingray 313, Amelie Lens, Jayda G, ​​Blawan, Helena Hauff, LSDXOXO and more. The 2023 speakers programme includes Darude, DVS1, Mama Snake, Héctor Oaks, Van Anh and Femme Bass Mafia. 

Last month, the Amsterdam city officials pledged €2.2 million to support the local nightlife and cultural scene. 

Revisit the 2022 edition of ADE in DJ Mag's retrospective of the festival. 

See the 2023 programme and find more information via ADE's website, and check out the second wave lineup additions via ADE's Instagram.