Loveland will return to Amsterdam's Sloterpark for its 25th edition this summer.
Taking place on the 8th & 9th August, the festival will also take over one of the Dutch capital's four-star hotels in 2020, offering a Rooftop BBQ and skybar, a hangover breakfast and exclusive afterparties.
Alongside headliners Eric Prydz, techno pioneer Jeff Mills, and Italian techno duo Tale of Us, Hot Creations boss Jamie Jones will front this year's line-up, as well as Loco Dice and Richie Hawtin.
Laurel Halo ‘Sunlight On The Faded Dub (Dub)’
Women In The Royal Court ‘Confusing Belly Dance’
upsammy ‘Extra Warm’
Super Grupo Colombia ‘Cumbia Estereo (El Búho Remix)’
Missy Elliott ‘Get Your Freak On (Lone - Jungle Mix)’
A.Fruit ‘Be Careful With The Clouds’
dBridge ‘Volitile Level’
Djrum ‘Dam (Felix K Reinterpretation)’
Katatonic Silentio ‘Infrastructure Disintegrating’
Smith & Mighty ‘Higher Than Tempo’
CUCUMB45 ‘Shark Fuck’
Amsterdam club Radio Radio has been granted permission to remain open for two more years.
The pop up space will now operate in its current guise — half DJ bar, half pizzeria — until 2021, according to a post on the venue's official Facebook Page. It was originally intended to run for just five months.
Amsterdam has a new club, Lofi, which opened on 17th October with a ZeeZout warehouse party as part of this year's ADE.
Located in the Sloterdijk district, it's the brainchild of Slapfunk's Nelson Yogh Niemel and Samuel Taselaar, founder of Nomads Festival.
Since the launch event — which saw the likes of Midland, Optimo and Avalon Emerson play — names such as Rhadoo, Tama Sumo and Prosumer have all visited the venue, with crews including VBX and FUSE hosting parties.
Armin van Buuren has announced a special, one-off show, entitled This Is Me.
The This Is Me show will take place on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd May 2020 at Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
This Is Me is set to be a very special live experience for trance fans, an amalgamation of all van Buuren's professional life brought together into one show.
On the show, Armin van Buuren says:
Marcel Dettmann's set from Dekmantel 2019 has been made available online.
The recording lasts just under two hours, capturing the momentum we associate with the Berghain resident. Tracks from the likes of O & V & R ('Reversing Into Tomorrow') and Gerd ('Arkest's Blaze') feature, alongside a classic cut from the legendary DJ Rush ('Djax-Up Beat'— released by the iconic label of almost the same name back in 2000) .
Amsterdam club Claire is set to close for good early next month.
The venue originally opened in 2016 in a space based on Rembrandt Square in the city. The owners' statement announcing the closure cited financial reasons for the decision and added that a "new team" would take over the space. It's not known whether that team will continue to run it as a club.
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.
Amelie Lens will play all-night long at revered Amsterdam venue Shelter.
Hot off the back of the release of her new EP 'Little Robot' on September 13th, Belgian techno titan Amelie Lens has announced a seven hour set in Amsterdam on September 20th.
Shelter has a 24-hour licence, so while Lens is scheduled to play from 11PM through to 6AM, there's a strong possibility the party could go deeper into the morning.