NEWS: BEATPORT Now Offering Video Highlights from ADE feat. 60+ Performances, Panels & Parties


BEATPORT, the global pulse of electronic music and culture, announced that 60+ performances, panels, and parties streamed live from ADE on BEATPORT are now available for on-demand viewing at

As the official livestreaming partner for Amsterdam Dance Event, BEATPORT aired a range of DJ sets, intimate album release parties, and exclusive label showcases-not to mention several ADE panels-taking place in over a dozen venues across the city, including performances from the Beatport Boat and Beatport Studio, multiple showcases and album release parties, and the iconic Amsterdam Music Festival. Over the course of four days, BEATPORT’s unprecedented blanket coverage of the annual electronic music conference generated more than 330,000 streams and an estimated social reach of more than 100 million impressions.

For those who missed the action live, check out the on-demand video now available. Highlights include:

  • Richie Hawtin‘s ENTER.: Nine hours of techno with lights and ambience to get lost in with the music.
  • OWSLA‘s very intimate 70 capacity showcase with label head Skrillex & more
  • Carl Cox in the Beatport Studio. Enough said!
  • Kenny ‘Dope’ Gonzalez on Oliver Dollar’s Industry Standard showcase, playing it cool while the water police pull over the boat.
  • House music legend Marshall Jefferson interviewed by Beatport’s own VP of Media Zel McCarthy, as well as in the Beatport Studio.
  • Joris Voorn‘s out-of-control fun set full of house and techno classics that turned from a stream into a PARTY.
  • BLOND:ISH invited some friends and put the studio in full chill-out mode for their debut album playback complete with incense, feathers, and special mezcal cocktails.
  • The Kittball showcasing the Beatport Studio gets an upgrade with Paji playing some live violin on top of his label mates Tube & Berger as well as his own deep house sets… beautiful.
  • What So Not in the Beatport Studio: An hour long eclectic, bassy, funky, set that was meant for a living room, not a club.
  • Job Jobse vs Elias Mazian on the Beatport Boat: With mostly Dutch locals, disco vibes, sing-a-longs, and smiles.

“Through both our livestreaming coverage and now on-demand video, BEATPORT gives electronic music fans across the world who were unable to attend ADE unmatched access to the music, artists, shows, and panels both during and after the event,” said BEATPORT President and CEO Greg Consiglio. “At BEATPORT, we believe that all fans regardless of location, means, language, or age deserve the ability to enjoy the transformational experience of electronic music, and Beatport aims to provide exactly that year-round, globally.”




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