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Amsterdam hosts World’s Biggest Club Festival featuring David Guetta, Carl Cox, Tiesto and Armin van Buuren

  • Published by Ozgur Tore

Amsterdam Dance Event

Amsterdam is ready to host the Amsterdam Dance Event – the world’s biggest club festival and business hub for electronic music. The ADE Festival features 300 events and 2,000 DJ's over five days in 80 clubs and venues, which together combine to make Amsterdam one of the busiest and most inspiring clubbing cities in the world. The program features the biggest artists on the planet alongside fresh, upcoming talent and everything in between.

The five-day music event, which is celebrating its 20th anniversary, is set for 14-18 October 2015.

This year’s festival will feature performances from electronic music pioneers David Guetta, Carl Cox, Tiesto and Armin van Buuren as well as a slew of emerging acts and fresh talent.

Set at the gigantic Amsterdam Arena – the largest stadium in the Netherlands - the ADE festival also offers a varied daytime program including exhibitions, pop-up stores and film screenings.

Click here for the programme of this year’s event.

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