Paul van Dyk Returns to ADE with VENTURE X Show

Electronic music icon Paul van Dyk has announced his plans for the 2024 edition of Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), which takes place in October. On October 19, van Dyk will take over Melkweg, Rabozaal, for an open-to-close set featuring his highly-anticipated VENTURE X concept.

This marks a return to the sold-out performance he delivered at the same venue last year, and fans are eagerly anticipating another unforgettable night. VENTURE X is a unique concept that sees van Dyk drawing from a broad range of electronic music genres, blending familiar sounds in new and unexpected ways.

Van Dyk’s improvisational skills and ability to sequence sounds on the fly have earned him a reputation for delivering unpredictable and awe-inspiring performances. Fans can expect a journey of discovery, as he weaves together seemingly disparate elements to create something truly special.

The announcement comes on the heels of van Dyk’s recent collaboration with DJ Pierre, “ACID TRAXXX,” which was released to critical acclaim. He also made a splash at ADE 2023, featuring on the “Evolution Of Electronic Music” panel hosted by Mixmag.

This year’s VENTURE X show promises to be even more special, with the introduction of new music from van Dyk’s highly-anticipated new studio album. With tickets expected to sell out quickly, fans are advised to act fast to secure their spot at this unmissable event.

Paul van Dyk’s VENTURE X at Melkweg, Rabozaal, is an event not to be missed. Get ready for an unforgettable night of electronic music on October 19.

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Arno Wesselink

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