Amsterdam dance event to take place with new restrictions



The Dutch have finally received good news. Amsterdam dance event is planned this year with nnew restrictions. Many feared it would be canceled after the government COVID-19 reimposed restrictions. However, it will continue as planned from October 13 to 17. He will have 75% capacity and the clubs will close at midnight.

Initially this summer was to have festival after festival at The Netherlands. It was going to be like the good old days. The numbers were low and the restrictions were in fact removed. However, after only a few weeks, the Dutch government reimposed the restrictions. Case jumped up and they even tied him to the Verknipt Music Festival. Just like that, almost all summer festivals were canceled.

The Dutch became restless and banded together to form the Restore the sound of protests. More 350 dutch festival and Event organizations also joined the protests. 150,000 thousand people participated in the protests and it seemed to work. Without it, who knows if ADE would have actually been programmed to continue.

While ADE will go halfway as planned, AMF and ADE Pro have been canceled. The AMF is the the biggest concert during the event and ADE Pro is the International conference. ADE Directr Meindert Kennis had this to say in a press release:

“Since the press conference, we are overloaded with messages from organizers ready to do anything to advance their events within the framework of the current measures… The decision to postpone ADE Pro, for many music professionals, the moment most important commercial of the year, was particularly difficult at a time when the industry needed it most ”

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