The Dutch club will host Ellen Allien, Keith Worthy, Gregor Tresher and many more during the conference this October.
Studio 80 have revealed their full program for this year's Amsterdam Dance Event.
Upping the ante from previous editions of ADE, the two-roomed venue in the busy Rembrandtplein district will squeeze eight events into a schedule of six days. Berlin's Bpitch Control crew will kick things off on the 20th with label head Ellen Allien plus core Bpitchers Sascha Funke and Kiki, who is set to perform his live set.
Thursday's house-heavy lineup will see London's Secretsundaze going head to head with Leipzig imprint Moon Harbour. The former will be represented by residents James Priestley and Giles Peterson, along with a few of their Secret Agency friends, namely Detroit DJs Patrice Scott and Keith Worthy, while Luna City Express, Martinez and label founder Matthias Tanzmann hold it down in the Moon Harbour corner. Next up, Dutch stable Planet Gong will showcase their key trio of their inhouse labels, 100% Pure, Intacto and Remote Area, with longtime affiliates 2000 and One and Shinedoe plus Italian compatriots Doomwork. They'll join forces with Freerange head Jimpster for Friday's program, and he'll be joined by Tony Lionni, the man behind the label's last long player.
Saturday will see two Berlin agencies join forces to rave up the daylight hours from 9am until evening, with Einzelkind, Ahmet Sisman, Penner + Muder, Ramon Tapia and Gabriele Baldi just some of the names on show for Wilde and Playkula. The club will reopen for the Break New Soil & Soweso showcase later that night, featuring Gregor Tresher, Lauhaus and Ray Okpara amongst others. This will segue directly into an afterparty under the guidance of Karotte. It all draws to a conclusion with the following night with rising Amsterdam talent De Man Zonder Schaduw heading up the final ADE event.
Pre-sale tickets for Studio 80's ADE events are available here on RA.