WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 16TH PARADISO, LEIDSEPLEIN 00:00 – 05:00 LINE-UP TBA TICKETS ON SALE AUGUST 9TH
Dutch star Oliver Heldens gives the first glimpse of his Amsterdam Dance Event agenda, with plans to host a show at pop venue and nightclub Paradiso on Wednesday, October 16th. After the huge success of his sold-out ‘Heldeep 5 World Tour’, Heldens will bring his distinctive sound and inimitable show vibe back to the Netherlands.
Heldens is returning his acclaimed ADE night to Paradiso this year, one of the biggest clubs in the bustling Leidseplein for what is set to be an unforgettable evening. Showcasing label mates and friends, a bass and future house catalogue is guaranteed, while revellers should also expect some exclusive new material. Oliver Heldens will headline the event, bringing all the classics with him and perhaps even a look at his tech house side as he dives into the darker sounds of techno on special occasions.
Tickets will be on sale August 9th. Stay tuned via @oliverheldens for the full line-up announcement yet to come.
More info Oliver Heldens:
23-year-old Dutch star Oliver Heldens, stands out from the crowd with his own distinctive sound, counting numerous No. 1 hits and over 1 billion cumulative streams to his name. As well as being one of the most talented producers in the game, and recently signed to RCA Records, he is also officially one of the world’s favorite house DJs. His relentless tour schedule continues to place him at the forefront of the global DJ circuit bringing his eclectic, high-octane sound to over 2.5 million fans annually playing over 130+ shows including headlining and playing major festivals including Coachella, Tomorrowland, Lollapalooza, EDC, Ultra and more. Heldens will continue to release various club records through Heldeep Records as well as host his weekly radio show, Heldeep Radio, which is syndicated across 91 stations, in 66 countries and reaches 70 million people a week.
More info Paradiso:
Paradiso opened in 1968 and in fifty years time it became a pop venue, night club and cultural palace that attracts youngsters, audiences and artists from Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Europe and the rest of the world. However, some things have changed since the early days. From one of the few free-for-all places in the late sixties, Paradiso has changed into a professional venue where visitors can immerse themselves in the music. In those early days, Paradiso didn’t yet cater for those who wanted to party all night long. Only since 1982, Paradiso has been the place in which DJs share their gospel to their dancing followers, contributing to the growing reputation as a nightclub alongside Amsterdam’s rising fame as the international capital of dance music.