Can we green the Dance?

//Can we green the Dance?

Can we green the Dance?













Can we green the Dance?
Amsterdam Dance Event
Chicago Social Club, Amsterdam
16 October, 12.30 – 18.00

Climate Change is one of the biggest challenges of the 21st century. Adjustments need to be made in all areas of life. The electronic music community has global reach and can unleash imagination and passion like few other industries. It produces role models, dreams and questions that can pave the way into a better future for all of us. It has a unique possibility – through positive examples and practical solutions – to guide society towards a more climate-friendly future.

ADE Green is an afternoon filled with interactive panels, discussions and debates on the journey towards sustainability in the Electronic Dance Music world, presented by ID&T and the Amsterdam Dance Event in partnership with Green Music Initiative and GO Group. Representatives from Burning Man, Julie’s Bicycle, Mysteryland, BOOM Festival, Shambala and many more will be joining us on stage. Click here for further information about the program:

What role can the dance industry play in this journey?
How can artists, bookers and managements create demand for sustainable alternatives?
What practical steps would be needed?
Which questions are still unanswered?
What are the trailblazers and pioneers in this global challenge?
Which innovations are already put into action to create a smarter & greener EDM world?

These questions and many more will be explored during ADE Green.
Always wanted to go green, but don’t know where to start? Or already well on your way and eager to share ideas with the EDM community, academics, suppliers and sponsors? Join us at ADE Green.

The event is accessible with an ADE 1-Day Ticket, or a 5-Day Conference Ticket. ADE Green is also accessible for non-ticket holders. To apply for individual tickets, tell us why you want to get involved by sending a mail to

Capacity is limited so please register as soon as possible – first come, first served!


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