Bordello a Parigi (David Funk, I-F) @ Noorderlicht
On Friday October 13, Bordello a Parigi will celebrate its 10th anniversary at the hippie-esque Noorderlicht at the NDSM wharf. Anyone familiar with this record store, located in a basement in the Red Light District, knows what a sweaty party this will be. Especially when Italo legend and local madman David Vunk takes his place behind the turntables.
Strangelove (Job Jobse, Ki/Ki) @ LOFI
From the moment Job Jobse started playing in the toilets of legendary club Trouw (RIP), everyone knew he had something special. After playing at every major festival in the country, from Wildeburg to Lowlands, he's back in his hometown of Amsterdam. Bringing along rising star Ki/Ki, who will take her catchy mix of techno and trance to the stage at LOFI.
Awakenings (Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte) @ Ziggo Dome
An institution in the Netherlands, Awakenings are behind some of the country's most legendary techno events. This year's Ziggo Dome edition is fueled by the best female DJ's in techno. Among others, Charlotte de Witte, Amelie Lens and Russian techno diva Nina Kraviz will be rocking your Thursday.
Various artists @ Sissi's Expo-Resto
Sissi's is an interactive exhibition space, restaurant, and hidden beer garden located next to the river Amstel. Inside, all walls can be used as a canvas. This will be Sissi's first and final appearance on the ADE line-up, as their building will be destroyed in 2022. Even more reason to join her for this edition filled with local house and disco artists.
Various artist @ Rush Hour Records
Rush Hour has been a household name for fans of electronic music for years, in Amsterdam and abroad. The store is packed with vinyl. House, techno, disco, but also special collections of South American and African music. During the Amsterdam Dance Event, expect live performances daily, from label talents Tom Trago and Hunee to international house legends like Louie Vega. Check their social media accounts for any announcements.
More ADE tips
Want to slow down between all the ADE madness? Cinephiles will get their fix at cult cinema club LAB111, record collectors can get their money's worth at the Volkshotel for the Good Music Vinyl Market, while the student-run Studio\K is the place to be for music talks and discussions as this years ADE Conference is cancelled.