Festival News Amsterdam Dance Event Breaks Own Record With 395,000 Attendees

Amsterdam Dance Event Breaks Own Record With 395,000 Attendees

Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) just sealed their place as the largest club festival and the leading business conference for EDM fans and artists as their 22nd installment hit record numbers of attendees from 90+ countries. There were no less than 395,000 total participants this year.

ADE tries to offer a high range of diversity when it comes to music and makes diverse genres across the globe are represented. A special highlight this year was the Morroco music scene with France and Belgium getting more attention, as well. For the first time, China hosted a special pavilion hosting conferences, networking events, chinese virtual reality experiences and more.

Amsterdam Dance Event is experiencing a rapid expanse and we can’t wait to see how the future editions unfold.

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