Underworld has announced a unique live performance at Rijksmuseum’s Bicycle Passage during the annual Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). Orchestrated by promoter Audio Obscura, the performance runs 7pm-11pm (local time) 20th October.
For the free event, Amsterdam’s iconic museum will be transformed into an intimate live performance setting for the duo; the show providing a platform for the museum to engage with new and exciting audiences.
Capacity is strictly limited. Subscription is possible by registering as a group of two to four people. The list will close on October 17th at 11.59pm. The final attendees will be chosen and notified on October 18th at 4pm.
Additionally, Underworld will present a keynote talk during this year’s ADE. Rick Smith and Karl Hyde will explore the importance and power of partnership and co-production in the development and presentation of projects grand and intimate in the 21st century. The talk will be accompanied by visuals curated by one of Underworld’s closest partners, tomato’s Simon Taylor. The event is accessible for ADE pass and ADE conference pass holders only.
Register for the performance tickets here.
Martin Garrix is also offering a unique experience during ADE 2017: a chance to see him in the studio.
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