Discogs Presents An Amsterdam Record Fair As Part Of ADE Hangover 2019!

We’re excited to announce that we have once again teamed up with Amsterdam Dance Event and Into The Woods to bring you Discogs Presents an Amsterdam Record Fair as part of ADE Hangover 2019!

Discogs Presents an Amsterdam Record Fair will be part of ADE Hangover, on Sunday the 20th of October. The Hangover is initiated by ADE, Into the Woods and Stichting NDSM-werf, and was launched to give something back to the city of Amsterdam with this free accessible event. A great match with Discogs: which is our way of giving back to the community of record lovers all over the world.

ADE Hangover Event Venue for Record Fair in Amsterdam by Dennis Verduin

ADE Hangover 2017, Credit: Dennis Verduin

It’s the perfect ending of Amsterdam Dance Event: Relax after a week filled with dance music and enjoy live bands and DJs from a wide variety of backgrounds playing sets suiting the Sunday atmosphere. The terrain features larger than life art installations, food trucks, craft beers and wines, an arcade, fireplaces, and even hot tubs and a sauna, should you need a detox :) Picture that setting, and then add DJs playing vinyl only sets, stalls filled with fantastic Electronic, Disco, Soul, Jazz, Funk records, and more to that… Sounds like a good way to spend your Sunday, right? We think so too!

You can find more info on the Discogs Presents an Amsterdam Record Fair as part of ADE 2019 event page. Market stalls for vendors are available, but filling up fast, so make sure to reserve your spot by registering here. We’re looking forward to seeing you all!




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