In news many people may not have been able to predict, Armin van Buuren is launching his own escape room in Amsterdam.
Set to open on Wednesday, October 16th, it will coincide with the impending release of his seventh artist album, 'Balance'.
Paul van Dyk has put together a banging trance playlist for Deezer. Off the back of the release of his latest single, and ahead of the Shine party at Panama on 17th October, you can listen to the massive collection via the link below,.
The playlist, which spans 22 tracks, has been curated by the German trance titan in celebration of this year's Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). On 17th October, van Dyk will play Shine's ADE party at Panama alongside Alex M.O.R.P.H, Asteroid, John 00 Flemming, Jordan Suckley, Lostly and Saad Ayub. The night will run from 10pm through to 7am.
Tomorrowland will continue its 15th anniversary celebrations with a two-day takeover of Amsterdam's Ziggo Dome during Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).
The festival has boasted two major events this year, with the first ever Winter edition of Tomorrowland taking place in March, before the biggest festival in the fifteen-year history took place in July.
To round off the anniversary year in style, the festival will travel to ADE for the first time on the 17th and 18th October, with a two-day performance at the city's Ziggo Dome for a specially curated show: Our Story.
Floating Points will play a live-streamed party by DJ Mag at ADE.
On the 17th October, Floating Points, AKA Sam Shepherd, will play a live-streamed DJ set from Amsterdam's Claire nightclub, with support from the city's Brighter Days founder, Kamma. The performance comes ahead of Shepherd's album 'Crush' via Ninja Tune, which will be released the same week.
The first Frankie Fest will take place at this year's Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).
Founded and organised by Eric Kupper and Kenny Summit, Frankie Fest will raise money for the Frankie Knuckles Foundation, which was set up after the Chicago house legend's passing in 2014 and supports music in schools, LGBTQ youth homelessness, AIDS research/prevention, and diabetes research/education.
VBX has announced its 2019 Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) line-ups.
Purveyors of minimal sounds from carefully curated line-ups, underground promoters VBX will return to this year's ADE with parties running from Thursday the 17th through to Sunday the 20th of October.
The parties kick off at Amsterdam club Bret on Thursday, with a night co-hosted by Meoko and featuring performances from Nicolas Lutz, DJ Magda and Half Baked's Robin Ordell and Frank Haag.
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has announced the full programme for its forthcoming sustainability conference
Taking place as part of this year's outing on Friday, October 18th, ADE Green at DeLaMar Theater will feature various workshops and panels centering on "sustainability, innovation and social change in the music industry".
Amongst the events on this year include panels focusing on Airmiles, responsible plastic use and event waste. Go here to learn more about ADE Green.
DJ Bone is throwing a party at Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) to fundraise for homeless charities.
During this year's ADE, which takes place from 16th to 20th October 2019, the Detroit DJ will take over Shelter's basement on the 18th October for the Homeless Homies ADE event.
Joined by the likes of Dubfire, KiNK (DJ set), Peggy Gou, Sandrien and Spencer Parker, the party will run from 10AM until 8PM, with all ticket holders recieving a free Homeless Homies t-shirt featuring the line-up.