ADE 2023 to Feature “Frozen Frequencies” Club Night With Electric Polar Bears, Ekonovah, Rich DietZ and More

Celebrating unity within the electronic music scene, "Frozen Frequencies" will help kick off this year's weeklong Amsterdam Dance Event with the electrifying sounds of Electric Polar Bears, Ekonovah and more.

Amsterdam's Nova Nightclub is set to transform into an icy wonderland on October 18th, also welcoming the talents of Damon Sharpe, Rich DietZ and HOAX on the very first day of the ADE 2023. They'll hit the stage and throw down from 4 to 9pm.

"This will be our debut ADE performance and we’re stoked to be included in such a stacked lineup," said fast-rising house music duo Rich DietZ. "This one is going to be cold."

"Frozen Frequencies at Nova Nightclub is not just another night out in Amsterdam. It is an experience, a journey through the frosty realms of electronic dance music," added "Frozen Frequencies" team member Jason Euler. "In collaboration with these phenomenal artists, we promise an unforgettable evening full of chills, thrills and beats that will resonate long after the night is over."

ADE is the world's largest conference and festival for electronic dance music culture, bringing together artists and speakers at over 200 venues across Amsterdam. Dillon Francis, Armin van Buuren, The Blessed Madonna, Don Diablo and many, many more have been confirmed.

Organizers also recently revealed a brand-new addition to ADE's Pro program, "Essential Insider Knowledge," a series of panels and conversations featuring execs from music business and technology leaders such as TikTok, Spotify, YouTube, Beatport and TuneCore, among others.

For more information on ADE events and programming, head here.

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