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Amsterdam Dance Event completes 2023 program with over 2,900 artists


Amsterdam Dance Event

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) has unveiled a special collaboration with the Rijksmuseum, a renowned cultural institution in Amsterdam, for its Official Opening Event. The result is "Breathe, Walk, Die," a unique performance merging art and music. This event will take place on Wednesday, October 18 at 7:30 PM and will be held in the iconic bicycle passage under the Rijksmuseum. The collaboration between ADE and the Rijksmuseum aims to create a multidisciplinary experience, combining various art forms to produce unique and connecting experiences for the audience.


The event will feature live sounds by percussionist Valentina Magaletti and a visual interpretation by designer Theun Mosk. This initiative represents ADE's move toward becoming a more artistic platform that encourages young musical talent on a broader stage and emphasizes the cultural value of electronic music. The performance will also be streamed live on ADE’s channels.


The ADE Festival program has announced a new wave of artists for their lineup. Here are the latest additions: Animistic Beliefs, ANOTR, Colin Benders, DJ Chuckie, Ellen Allien, Grandmaster Flash, Hunee, Jennifer Cardini, Lady Bee, Louie Vega, Saoirse and Ummet Ozcan. For the complete list of artists and the full program, you can visit the ADE website.


Jan-Willem van de Ven, Director of ADE, says:"We are extremely proud that we have been able to set up this initiative in collaboration with the Rijksmuseum, and present electronic music’s positive impact and contribution to cultural heritage to an even wider audience,".

Hendrikje Crebolder, Director of Development and Media at the Rijksmuseum, adds: “Thanks to our partnership with ADE and Heineken, we can offer a new audience a unique experience in the museum and beyond.”


More information about ADE tickets, lineups, events and labs can be found here.

Amsterdam Dance Event

Images Credit: Global Publicity Press

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