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Amsterdam Dance Event Will Head To India Next Year

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Amsterdam Dance Event Will Head To India Next Year

Amsterdam Dance Event, or ADE, has become a dance music staple not only as a festival to showcase some of the world’s biggest acts but also as an industry conference to meet up, talk shop, and sign deals.

 

While the festival aspect of ADE has always been in Amsterdam, the conference part has seen moved around internationally in recent times tapping into foreign markets such as Aruba as it did earlier this fall.

 

With the Asian electronic music market still relatively untapped, Mumbai has been added as a location for ADE’s Global Session 2016 and will take place April 7th through April 10th. Six speaks have already signed on which more to come down the road. The speakers include Brandon Bakshi, Executive Director of BMI Europe & Asia, DJ Pierre, Arjun Vagale, and more.

 

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