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DGTL goes global and announces more shows.

Kono Vidovic June 20, 2022 21 14 5

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After a brilliant DGTL opening in Amsterdam this year further shows worldwide are announced.

DGTL. You might know it, or you might not know it. Maybe you have been there and know what this electronic music event is all about. Maybe you were already in the Dutch capital at the start of the season a few weeks ago, when the traditional Easter weekend party was held in the NDSM Docklands.

DGTL global.

After many successful years of hosting events in Amsterdam the festival event now again goes worldwide. The eponymous promoter has confirmed more shows around the globe. Dates were not in the info pool yet, but at least we can tell you the cities where the events will be held: Barcelona, Tel Aviv, São Paulo, Madrid, Santiago, Mumbai, New Delhi and as part of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) in October.

DGTL Festival

Regarding the events in Amsterdam you can already get tickets. Here is an overview of the “what, when and where” for so far we know:

Confirmed dates.

  • October 20, 2022: DGTL presents: Worakls Orchestra, starting at 18:00 at NDSM Loods.
  • 20. October 2022: DGTL ADE x Upperground: Artbat, WhoMadeWho and many more, from 23:00 at NDSM Loods
  • October 21, 2022: DGTL presents: Ben Böhmer live, from 18:00 at NDSM Loods
  • October 21, 2022: DGTL ADE: Floating Points, Fatima Yamaha and many more, from 23:00 at NDSM Loods
  • October 22, 2022: DGTL ADE: We Still Believe, from 12:00 p.m. at NDSM Loods
  • October 22, 2022: DGTL ADE: Dax J, Paula Temple, Ki/Ki u.v.m., starting at 23:00 at NDSM Loods

What is DGTL?.

You might not yet know about DGTL even though that’s about to change now that the event goes global. But to get you ahead of everyone else here’s a small brief on what the festival is and how it all started: DGTL is a sustainable and contemporary electronic music festival. The focus lies on house and techno, but the programme always has a broad selection of different genres. With this the festival wants to create an experience in which you can explore new music, without being constrained by genre labels.

First edition.

In 2013, the first edition was held in the Amsterdam NDSM during the Easter weekend. This made DGTL the first large-scale event in the NDSM docklands. The success of this edition led to an expansion of the festival in 2014. From then on, it was a two-day event. In 2015, the organization added a new day and moved to three days. Since then, the festival has become insanely popular and is now one of the most talked about events during Easter in Amsterdam.

DGTL visitors


The typical visitor is between 25 and 45 years old, highly educated and international. They are interested in quality electronic music, new technologies and sustainable development. DGTL goes global, taking the best of Amsterdam with them. The electronic music festival is now expanding its boundaries and will soon be at your location. More info and tickets can be found here.

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