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Amsterdam Dance Event announces first wave of artist names for 2022 festival

The five-day gathering runs from October 19—23, 2022 and is the world’s most extensive festival & conference program for EDM.

Amsterdam Dance Event announces first wave of artist names for 2022 festival
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Amsterdam Dance Event, the world’s most extensive festival and conference program for electronic music, is gearing up for a bumper 2022 edition. 

In preparation for this year’s festival, ADE has released the first wave of artist names that will descend on the Dutch capital this October. Some of the names to feature in the first artist announcement include ARTBAT, Ellen Allien, Fatima Hajji, Jamie Jones, Jayda G, Oliver Heldens, Pan-Pot, Paula Temple, Shermanology, The Blessed Madonna, Tiësto and many more – full list below.

The five-day gathering runs from October 19—23, 2022 and is the world’s most extensive festival and conference program for electronic music, representing all electronic subgenres and subcultures throughout 1000+ events in 200+ locations spread across Amsterdam.

The complete program will be announced in the coming months. Individual tickets are available through ADE’s program, and the ADE Pro Pass is available here.

The full first wave of artists include:

8Kays (UA), Afra (NL), Afrojack (NL), Alan Walker (NO), Alison Swing (US), Anetha (FR), Armin van Buuren (NL), ARTBAT (UA), BELLA (NL), Ben Böhmer (DE), Blawan (GB), Camo & Krooked (AT), Cassie Raptor (FR), Charmaine (NL), Cincity (NL), CloZee (FR), Courtesy (DK), Cynthia Spiering (NL), Dasha Rush (DE), Degs (GB), DJ Stingray 313 (US), Ellen Allien (DE), ERIS (DE), Fatima Hajji (ES), Fatima Yamaha (NL), Flava D (GB), Floating Points (GB), Freddy K (DE), Fumiya Tanaka (JP), Gyedu-Blay Ambolley (GH), HAAi (AU), Héctor Oaks (DE), Henrik Schwarz (DE), Jameszoo’s Blind Group (NL), Jamie Jones (GB), Jayda G (CA), Jonas Blue (GB), Joost van Bellen (NL), Juliet Fox (AU), Karim Soliman (NL), KI/KI (NL), Leeza Pritychenko (RU), Lessss (FR), Logic1000 (AU), Louisahhh (US), Maceo Plex (US), Metropole Orkest (NL), Mirella Kroes (NL), Molly (FR), Nick Verstand (NL), Nicky Romero (NL), Nils Frahm (DE), Ø (Phase) (GB), Oliver Heldens (NL), Palms Trax (NL), Pan-Pot (DE), Parfait (FR), Patrice Bäumel (DE), Paula Temple (GB), Rod20 (NL), Rødhåd (DE), Sam Feldt (NL), Sara Landry (US), Sasha (GB), Satori (NL), Satoshi Tomiie (JP), Seth Troxler (US), Shermanology (NL), Shinedoe (NL), SNTS (DE), Somniac One (LT), Speedy J (NL), Spekki Webu (NL), SPFDJ (SE), Super Étoile de Dakar (SN), Suzanne Ciani (US), Tamara Shogaolu (US), The Blessed Madonna (US), Tiësto (NL), Tsepo (NL), Van Anh (NL), Vanity Roxane (NL), Vitalic (FR), Vladimir Dubyshkin (RU), Worakls (FR), Youssou N’Dour (SN) and many more.

The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), an initiative of Buma, has grown into the world’s largest and most influential club-based festival and conference for electronic music. The event continues to grow and develop each year, featuring over 2,500 artists and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues. The five-day event attracts visitors from over 146 countries and features every conceivable aspect of electronic music culture, with dedicated conference programming, an extensive Arts & Culture programme, live music and DJ/artist performances, all spread across the city of Amsterdam. 

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