DGTL Reveals Talent For Impressive ADE 2023 Programming

Amsterdam-based dance music festival DGTL has just announced an ambitious lineup for its event programming at this year’s Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE).

From Thursday, October 19 to Sunday, October 22, Amsterdam’s iconic NDSM Warehouse will host six DGTL shows across four days, with some of the world’s best DJs performing for an audience of 30,000.

DGTL’s opening showcase on Thursday is set to welcome a broad range of talent with Bicep, Dixon, and Stephan Bodzin taking headline slots.

Friday night will mark a standout ADE moment when legendary Norwegian duo Röyksopp plays a special live set. DGTL’s Friday festivities will also include an edition of Folamour’s “House Of Love,” where the French producer’s blissful and groove-laden house music is set to fill the NDSM Warehouse with overwhelming dance music joy.

Saturday will host a takeover from The Blessed Madonna titled “We Still Believe” with Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy making a special guest appearance and performances from  Sedef Adasi, Patrick Mason, Palms Trax, and more.

Fans of heavy-hitting techno are in for a treat on Saturday night as well, when DGTL hosts SPFDJ, Paula Temple, Dax J, and a remarkable back-to-back from underground artists Helena Hauff and Héctor Oaks.

Finally, DGTL has gone big for its first-ever Sunday ADE programming, inviting club icon Peggy Gou to host her sold-out Gou Talk party at the NDSM Warehouse with support from DJ Stingray 313 and Carsista, among others.

Fans can find the remaining tickets, official schedules, and more information for all DGTL ADE 2023 events here.

Featured image from DGTL.

Inspired by: edmmaniac.com

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