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De Marktkantine Club announce ADE Programme


Amsterdam’s historic and influential De Marktkantine Club has announced its programme of events for this year’s ADE.

There will be four carefully considered parties in all, starting on the 18th October and running until the 22nd, with heavyweights like Nick Curly, Nathan Fake, John Talabot, Genius of Time, DJ Harvey and many more all set to play.

The venue for all this is De Marktkantine Club. It has been a hotbed of exciting cultural activity, music, theatre, food and art for many years. First built in 1936, it was restructured in 1950 as a theatre but in the nineties became a legendary club that played a key role in establishing the city as one of the most exciting scenes Europe.

After being empty for a while, it was revived in 2014 yet retains its sense of history. The place is adorned with work by local painter and offers 3000 square foot of dance areas and specially designed stages for 1500 people. A smaller room holds 500 people and the whole place will be transformed with a world renowned Pure Groove Sound system that boasts incredible horn technology and is designed by Tom Danley, former director of Electroacoustic research at NASA. As well this, high spec lights and lasers will be added that will make the whole experience truly immersive, spine tingling and musically memorable.


Line up:
18/10 – Pan-Pot , Nick Curly, Amelie Lens, Joey Daniel, Michael Klein, Wigbert, BEC

20/10 – Jon Hopkins, Clark – live, Max Cooper, Nathan Fake – live, Courtesy, Roman Lindau, Terr, Joefarr, Beckett b2b Black Amiga

21/10 – John Talabot, DJ Dustin, Genius of Time Live, Fantastic Man, Khidja, Black merlin, Alicia Carrera

22/10 – DJ Harvey

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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