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RÆV REHEARSAL

RÆV REHEARSAL

RÆV REHEARSAL

by Tools for Action + Floor van Leeuwe

Start Location: close to NDSM (exact location sent privately to signed up people)

In the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic, nightclubs were closed, and the right to demonstrate was restricted. Within this context, RÆV REHEARSAL emerged as a response to the collective isolation posed by the pandemic. With a Bluetooth speakers system, floating inflatable sculptures and a minimalist techno beat, ravers move through the city like a radiating, dancing swarm. Then, the streets become the club; the stairs, roundabouts and benches, temporary stages.

Self-diagnosed chronic fever-dreamer Snufkin is an Amsterdam based DJ shattering musical conventions internationally. With apocalyptic sounds and harsh cuts their sets are truly a walk down the unlit and untraveled paths, never knowing what to expect after every turn. With performances at Sonic Acts, Strange Days, PC Music (online), Progress Bar, Subbacultcha, s.M.i.L.e. (online) amongst others, Snufkin has shown and solidified their versatility and audible reflexes every time.


To sign up click the yellow 'RSVP' button on the right

The detailed info about location and practicalities are shared privately with the people who signed in.

Instagram: @raevingswarm





RÆV REHEARSAL CREDITS:

Concept & visual art: Artúr van Balen | Tools for Action

Concept & choreography: Floor van Leeuwen

Social design: Roberto Pérez Gayo

Development of ræving body: Simomo Bouj

Performed by: Karlijn Roest, Maoyi P. Qiu, Mary Brown, Joumana Aljamal, Samüel van der Spek, Daryl Grootfaam, Egle Duobaite, Tereza Nerad, Steven Kiers, Gina Borsje, Joumana Aljamal, Hannah Koevoets, Margaret Dimitrova Terzieva, Tanit de Diesbach, Sylvie de Kubber, Stevie Kok, Loeki van der Horst, Nigel Appelboom, Quen van Wijk, Luuk Kuijper, Taha, Georgie, Melyn Chow, Matteo Biffulco, Simomo Bouj, SasaHara, Roberto Pérez Gayo, Artúr van Balen, Floor van Leeuwen

PR: SasaHara, Artúr van Balen

Photography: Dani Hefter (The Fox Is Mine), Luca Girardini

Camera: Dandelion Eghosa, Mohammed Lubbad, Artúr van Balen

Video: Artúr van Balen, Nigel Appelboom

Tools for Action assistant design: Hermano Luz Rodriguez (assistant-design), Jasper van Loenen (light programming), Carolien Teunisse (interactive electronics), Remko Kruize (network), Jeffrey Aarts (tools production).

Made possible by Tools for Action Foundation

With kind support of Stichting Doen, Stimuleringsfonds Creatieve Industrie, Amsterdams Fonds voor de Kunst, CBK Rotterdam, Gemeente Rotterdam, Jurriaanse Stichting, Productionhouse Theater Rotterdam (ACT: Art, Climate, Transition Network)

Festival FAQ

ADE Festival is set to take place as planned from 13th-17th of October, despite the newly announced Covid restrictions in the Netherlands, among which is the mandate that clubs, venues, and indoor events are forced to close between 00:00 and 06:00 CET.

The organization and the city council are examining the details of the new regulations for each type of event within the total ADE offering.

Read the full update about ADE 2021 Festival here.

The latest Dutch press conference mandates that clubs, venues and indoor events are forced to close between 00:00 and 06:00 CET. This means ADE is preparing to shift it's events to daytime. Over the coming days, the ADE team and the Amsterdam city council are examining the details of the new regulations for each type of event within the total ADE offering.

Also, all events need to have a COVID-health-check prior to the event.

If you are planning a stay in the Netherlands then be aware that you must follow the Dutch advice and rules to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Please follow the advice of your government and check the Dutch guidelines before planning to travel.

For (individual) festival tickets make sure to check out our program and simply add tickets to your basket as you explore all events.

Tip: Filter the program by "Show only events with available tickets" to get a quick view.

We dance together, so please be mindful of yourself and each other. We expect an open attitude from our visitors towards other guests, regardless of their origin, gender, sexual orientation, religion and age. If you see or experience any unwanted attention, harassment or behavior of any kind that makes you uncomfortable, please speak out and notify staff.

Please keep in mind: we love being your annual host, therefore, we would like to ask you to enjoy responsibly.

ADE is proud partner of the Celebrate Safe campaign.
Check out Unity's 10 tips to Celebrate Safe during ADE:


Prepare ♥ Be at your best

Just say Know ♥ Inform yourself

Pace yourself ♥ Take things slowly

Better safe than sorry ♥ Less is more

Think for yourself ♥ Care about others

Love your body ♥ Take time to recover


Have fun and Celebrate Safe!