DGTL completes line-up for its 7th Amsterdam edition in April

DGTL Amsterdam reveals the massive final wave of artists for its 7th edition in the city over Easter Weekend 2019 (April 19-21). Joining the likes of already-announced acts like Ben Klock, Carista, Dixon, Disclosure [dj], and Laurent Garnier, these new names complete the staggering line-up for DGTL Amsterdam 2019. Headliners added are crowd favorites Amelie Lens, Bicep [dj], DMX Krew [live], Henrik Schwarz [live], Honey Dijon, Maceo Plex, Marcel Dettmann and many more. And what’s more, DGTL will give fans the chance to see some of these huge names play unusual sets in unique settings. The event organization from Amsterdam announces that there will be a special stage dedicated to live-sets this year.

Traditionally the festival will be opened on Friday night in the characteristic Scheepsbouwloods, which is a perfect fit for a DGTL show. In this industrial warehouse, DJ Koze, Mano Le Tough and Tunnelvisions & Applescal will treat the audience on their powerful performances, gearing up the crowd for the two days to come.

The Black Madonna returns after a triumphant set at the recent DGTL Madrid, as does fast-rising star HAAi, who gave a stunning performance at the last DGTL Amsterdam and will release on DGTL Records, DGTL’s very own record label, soon. Bicep serve up one of their incredible DJ sets following an intense year of touring their live show, while Detroit legend Moodymann is set to do his inimitable eclectic thing. Motor City Drum Ensemble brings disco and raw house to the festival. Maceo Plex’s sound was made for epic shows like DGTL, with his melodic techno workouts being a perfect fit. Berghain veteran Marcel Dettmann joins for a performance in a setting that promises to be a little out of the ordinary. Patrick Topping and Green Velvet’s back-to-back set is another mouthwatering addition.

Honey Dijon continues her ascent into the biggest stages in the scene with her fierce house sound, returning after playing a packed-out set at DGTL Amsterdam 2018. Amelie Lens is on board to provide her captivating techno sound. Brazilian talent Vermelho steps up again after playing a magical set at DGTL São Paulo. There’s unmissable Dutch talent in the form of local hero William Djoko, newcomer upsammy and JP Enfant who is another DGTL Records signing. More local tunes come in the form of the first ever DJ set of Younger Rebinds, the groovy alias of Benny Rodrigues, stranger & Deniro who are playing back-to-back for the first time, the Boiler Room-approved Identified Patient and Matthew Dekay. Superb live sets come from electro legends DMX Krew, forward-thinking duo Otzeki and crowd-favorite Henrik Schwarz.

New to the program this year is that buses will depart from Lyon, Paris, Brussels and Antwerp to bring visitors to the festival. The initiative is part of DGTL’s sustainability program, aiming to stimulate shared traveling to reduce levels of harmful car exhaust emissions. More info can be found here. A DGTL camping will also be available for the first time, here people can book cabins for between 2 and 12 people to enhance the festival experience. Camping packages can be purchased via DGTL, more info can be found here.

Born and bred in Amsterdam itself, DGTL has expanded across the globe with editions in Barcelona, São Paulo, Santiago, Tel Aviv and Madrid over the last few years. With an award-winning focus on sustainability and art as well as music, it’s much more than just a straight-up dance festival. Attracting a highly international crowd, it’s the unofficial opener of the Dutch festival season, taking place in the expansive industrial space of NDSM Wharf in Amsterdam Noord.

Weekender tickets and passe-partouts are already on sale. Day tickets are on sale as of 12:00 CET on Tuesday 8 January.

General info
DGTL AMS 2019
Date: 19, 20 & 21 April
Location: NDSM-Docklands
Tickets: Passe-partouts, weekend- & day tickets are now available via DGTL.

Line up
Friday
DJ Koze · Mano Le Tough · Tunnelvisions & Applescal

Saturday
andhim · ANNA · Archie Hamilton · Bedouin · Ben Klock · Colin Benders · De Sluwe Vos [LIVE] · DJ Seinfeld · DMX Krew [LIVE] · Dr. Rubinstein · Floorplan · George FitzGerald [LIVE] · HAAi · Horse Meat Disco · Joachim Pastor [LIVE] · John Talabot & Oceanic · JP Enfant · Larry Heard AKA Mr Fingers [LIVE] · Luuk van Dijk · Maceo Plex · Matthew Dekay · Mella Dee · Midland · Moodymann · Moxie · Otzeki [LIVE] · Parallells [LIVE] · Patrick Topping & Green Velvet · Paula Tape · Rampa vs &ME · Rampue [LIVE] · ROD · Rødhåd · Roi Perez · Roman Flügel · Rone [LIVE] · Sam Shure · stranger & Deniro · Tammo Hesselink · Tijana T · TITIA · upsammy · Younger Rebinds

Sunday
Abstract Division · Amelie Lens · ANOTR · Be Svendsen [LIVE] · Bambounou · Bicep [DJ] · Bjarki · The Black Madonna · Carista · Collé · Cubicolor [LIVE] · Dax J · Dazion · Disclosure [DJ] · Dixon · DJ Boring [LIVE] · Eelke Kleijn [LIVE] · Elias Mazian · GusGus [LIVE] · Henrik Schwarz [LIVE] · Honey Dijon · Identified Patient · JP Enfant · Kölsch · Laurent Garnier · Len Faki · Marcel Dettmann · Max Cooper [LIVE] · Motor City Drum Ensemble · Ninze & Okaxy [LIVE] · Oliver Koletzki · Optimo · Pachanga Boys · Philou Louzolo · Rebolledo · Redshape [LIVE] · Satori [LIVE] · Sedef Adasi · Tourist [LIVE] · Tracey · Vermelho · William Djoko


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