Speakers at ADE pride themselves on keeping up-to-date with the most important trends in electronic music. This year’s speakers are set to talk about mental health, marketing and booking, sustainability, and publishing. The lineup of speakers is also excellent. It includes Deadmau5, Zaena x Jason Maek, and Don Diablo on the musical and artistic side. On the business side, Deadmau5’s manager Dean Wilson, Mixcloud founder Nico Perez, and IMPALA chairwoman Helen Smith will speak at ADE. The electronic music festival will also look into the future of dance events with the alternative and virtual reality expert Cortney Harding joining the line-up. The inspiring speakers on offer are worth listening to if you are interested in having a career in electronic music.
You can be part of music’s recovery after COVID-19 by attending festivals. If you want to support the electronic music industry, tickets for this year’s ADE are now on sale. The ADE Pro Pass gives you access to the entire festival, including all conferences and events. Further, this pass will bring you the benefits of the ADE Pro Networking Platform which is sure to help your career. This access-all pass is available at the early bird rate of 475 euros.
After around 16 months out, the world is ready to party again. The biggest party in Europe is set to be Amsterdam ADE. With its endless parties and conference events available, ADE is the place to be in Europe for lovers of electronic music worldwide.