ADE Green, presented by Amsterdam Dance Event, Green Events and Nachtlab Agency, proudly unveils its extensive program that will take place on Friday, October 20 at the Felix Meritis in Amsterdam. The day’s program includes various workshops, panels, inspiring keynotes and short programs with artists Jayda G, Laidback Luke, Chinwe Nnajiuba, aka Juba, and Eli Goldstein, in addition to an array of industry experts from renowned institutions and initiatives such as A Greener Future . , Julie’s Bicycle, Climate Cleanup Foundation, Solarpunks, Boomtown Fair, Shambala Festival, ID&T, Atelier One, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management. Influential thought leaders, such as Mac Macartney, Ella Saltmarshe, Arash Aazami and Artur Mendes from Boom Festival, will contribute their insights to this year’s conference on sustainability, innovation and social change in the music industry.
Over the past decade, the sub-conference has become an integral part of the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) and continues to play a crucial role in driving environmental awareness, setting the sustainability and social change agenda for events and festivals, and encouraging of new initiatives. in the electronic music industry.
The program includes workshops, panels, keynotes and conversations, providing participants with valuable knowledge and actionable strategies to integrate sustainability, social change and innovation into their work. Notable is the addition of short programs, including short keynotes and presentations by prominent figures, as well as an exclusive Virtual Reality session that challenges visitors to think and rethink at the start of the conference.
This year’s conference covers topics such as circular and climate-neutral events, sustainable energy, CO2 compensation, social safety in clubs and festivals, creative climate communication, impact innovation and bamboo stage design. Speakers including Laidback Luke, Jayda G, Juba and Artur Mendes (Boom Festival) will lead open conversations about mental health, regenerative leadership and tackling the climate crisis as artists and creatives.
Esteemed speakers from different corners of the world, including Mac Macartney, Dr. John E. Fernandez, Ella Saltmarshe and Brian Fitzgerald, will share their expertise during the conference. Participants include music industry professionals, event sustainability experts, impact entrepreneurs and artists, creating a dynamic and influential audience.
ADE Green aims to create a lasting impact by fostering a community committed to sustainability and responsible practices in the music industry, inspiring a shift towards a more sustainable, social and innovative music ecosystem.
The conference will take place on Friday, October 20 (09:00–18:00) at Felix Meritis, Amsterdam. Limited ADE Green tickets are available via the official ADE website, with early booking recommended due to high demand.