Breakfast Club makes its way back to ADE with a two day program

Wednesday, 24 July 2019
Presenting a line-up including Ben UFO, Circle of Live, Courtesy, Donato Dozzy, I-F, Peggy Gou and many others to dance from early in the morning until late in the afternoon at RADION.

Following up on recent news about Monstercat at Melkweg and Dockyard & Mystic Garden joining forces at Havenpark, we continue with Breakfast Club, as they are set to host their 10th ADE edition on October 19th and 20th.

Over the years, Amsterdam's night scene has witnessed and recognized Breakfast Club's off the beaten path events, which take place during a-typical clubbing hours. Their presence at this year's ADE will be no different where at daytime you can enjoy performances by DJ's, emerging artists ánd a free breakfast. RADION's concrete building sets the perfect scenery for it, with its spacious areas and forceful sound system.

On Saturday, the organization will kick off with a line-up consisting of Peggy Gou, who is set to play for the third time at Breakfast Club, whereas Ben UFO will make his debut. Expect also performances by Caristais, Martin Kling, Caim, Operating Modus, Jaime Frias and Circle of Live- Sebastian Mullaert's prestigious impromptu group-project - who will make it's appearance with Vril and Neel as his companions. Furthermore there are meditative all-day live performances and analogue gear to experience.

During their second day, Breakfast Club presents Donato Dozzy, label boss of Spazio Disponible, with a set of 4 hours straight. Next to that I-F is on the bill together with Courtesy, Vladimir Ivkovic, Valentino Mora, Tom Liem and Jocelyn. The illustrious Nous'klaer crew, featuring Tammo Hesselink, Mattheis, Konduku and Oberman are the ones who'll bring percussive-driven dreaminess to the venue on Sunday.

The list of Breakfast Club highlights during ADE is long, but some of them stand out, like Mathew Jonson's live set at the Melkweg, Blawan's debut in 2017 and three days at Closure in 2015 - just to name a few.


RADION is located in a former dental center in Amsterdam-West, now better known as the breeding place ACTA. It’s a cultural location and creative hub, where they have a focus on the boundaries and interfaces of experimental- and already established projects. The program they create balances on the fringes of different cultural disciplines. It can range from progressive weekenders to innovative photo exhibitions and from street art markets to great dance performances. At previous ADE editions, the venue hosted artists like Aubrey, Fjaak, Lee Collins, Rick Rouge and Wendel Sield.