We are so excited to return to Amsterdam on March 1 & 2, 2019. After the huge sold out success of last year, we are back with a #DLDK weekender at the massive Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.
DLDK has taken the world by storm, with events in Bangkok, Santiago, Myanmar, Madrid and Mexico coming up, the DLDK world tour is hitting Amsterdam at one of the country’s leading music venues, the impressive Ziggo Dome.
This year, DLDK will bring an entire new production to the Ziggo Dome with top-notch visuals and a massive stage design. We know that you expect the best, and we go any lengths necessary to deliver it. With the world’s biggest DJs and a capacity of more than 25.000 people, DLDK will set the benchmark for event production with this exclusive show.
Friday March 1st:
22.00 – 22.55 The Him
22.55 – 23.55 Mike Williams
23.55 – 00.55 Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman
00.55 – 02.10 Afrojack
02.15 – 03.45 Tiësto
03.45 – 04.45 Timmy Trumpet
04.45 – 06.00 Headhunterz
Saturday March 2nd:
22.00 – 22.45 Todd Helder
22.45 – 23.45 Third Party
23.45 – 00.45 Sem Vox
00.45 – 01.45 Sunnery James & Ryan Marciano
01.45 – 03.15 Don Diablo
03.15 – 04.15 Nicky Romero
04.15 – 05.15 Quintino
05.15 – 06.00 Coone
We advise you to only buy tickets from www.dldk.com or our partners Eventbrite or Festicket. All other unofficial sources could be selling fake tickets & will not guarantee you entry. If you already did we can’t guarantee this is a real ticket. Since every sold (e)-ticket needs to be scanned at the entrance, bring a printed version with you or show the barcode on your phone. Access will be only granted with a valid E-ticket. Confirmation mails or anything else do not function as an entrance ticket.
Official tickets for #DLDK Amsterdam are NOW on sale:
This year, our official partner Festicket offers hotel + ticket packages, and will give you access to our official DLDK Hotel, where you will find a surprise Merchandise Pack on your bed! On top of this: you will get picked up from our hotel like a boss and dropped off after the festival. Click on the button below for more info!
The event will take place at the Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam South-East. The exact address is: De Passage 100, 1101 AX Amsterdam.
The minimum age is 18 years old. Please note that you have to bring a legitimate ID with you to show at the entrance.
If you bought a Weekender ticket, please have the ticket with you on both days. Although you will receive a Weekender bracelet after scanning your ticket, you will need to present the ticket on both days. If you have a Weekender ticket but won’t be able to be there both days, please present the ticket at the entrance.
If you’re going to travel to the Ziggo Dome by public transport, make sure to plan your trip beforehand. The closest station to the Ziggo Dome is ‘Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA’ which is just a five minute walk from the venue. There are also night buses available from the station ‘Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA’. Night trains run hourly from ‘Amsterdam Centraal Station’. For more information, please check the website www.ov9292.nl.
SHUTTLE BUS TO AMSTERDAM CENTRAL STATION
GVB will provide a shuttle bus service from the station ‘Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA’ to the station ‘Amsterdam Central Station’. The shuttle busses will depart every 15 minutes from 3.00 AM till 6.15 AM on Saturday night (1st of March) and until 7.15 AM on Sunday night (2nd of March). Please make sure to buy your shuttle bus tickets in advance before boarding the bus. The bus does not accept cash money, only debit card or creditcard. A bus ticket costs 4,50 euros. It is also possible to travel with your OV-card and a GVB day ticket.
TRAIN AND SUBWAY
The first train on Friday will leave from ‘Amsterdam Bijlmer ArenA’ at 05:45 AM. The first subway will leave at 06.27 AM. On Saturday, the subway starts running at 07.16 AM and the train from 8.26 AM. The trains from ‘Amsterdam Central Station’ start running at an earlier time – you can reach Central Station with the shuttle bus that will leave from Amsterdam Bijlmer Arena station every 15 minutes (starting at 03:00 AM).
CAR AND PARKING
If you are visiting us by car, please use De Passage 100 as the navigation address. There are plenty of parking possibilities around the Ziggo Dome. You can enter and leave the different parking areas four hours before and two hours after the show. A parking ticket costs 12 euros.
We can scan your tickets from the Eventbrite app on your phone, but we prefer printed tickets. If you have any questions or problems with tickets, please e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and include your order number. There is a non-refund policy. If you have a Weekender ticket, it is important that you have this ticket with you on both days. Should you no longer have your ticket and be unable to present it on the second day, we will not be able to grant you access to the show.
The doors open at 22.00 PM and you can dance the night away till 6.00 AM. The doors close at 3.00 AM so please make sure you enter the venue on time.
The Ziggo Dome has lockers and a free wardrobe available. The dimensions of the lockers are 50 x 23,5 x 23,5 cm and cost €2 euros. Only handbags smaller than the size of a A4-paper and no thicker than 10 cm will be allowed inside. Unfortunately, it is not possible to bring in larger bags or suitcases.
DLDK is a zero-tolerance event. This means neither soft, nor hard drugs are allowed. If drugs are found on or with you, you will be handed over to the police.
Consumptions in the Ziggo Dome can only be paid with tokens. Tokens can be purchased at one of the token machines located on each floor or at the service desks on the ground floor. Tokens left over after the event can easily be exchanged at one of the service desks. The token machines accept Maestro, Visa and cash money in banknotes.
There is no ATM inside the Ziggo Dome. However, with your bankcard you can buy tokens at the token machines. The machines accept Maestro, Visa and Mastercard creditcards.
Our official #DLDK merchandise will be sold during the event. Come early to avoid dissapointments. You can pay by cash or bank card. Prepare yourself well and shop your items in advance via www.dldkwebshop.com.
Most normal cameras and GoPro’s are allowed during this event. Bigger equipment, tripods and selfie sticks are not allowed. If you would like to share your photos or movies on social media, please use our official hashtag #DLDK.
FOOD AND DRINKS
In the venue, there are multiple food stands and bars. If you are on a specific diet or have any special medical conditions, please contact us via email@example.com for more information.
FIRST-AID (EHBO) & CELEBRATE SAFE
There will be a first aid room in the Ziggo Dome which will be open for all your medical needs during the event. Be aware and watch out for each other. Partying all night long might take more of a toll on you than you might think! DLDK is a partner of Celebrate Safe. We take our responsibility to create a safe event, and ask you to do the same. You’re not a robot. So no matter how much you’d like to be able to go on partying all weekend, you won’t be able to. Give yourself the opportunity to recharge your batteries. Of course you want to go on dancing forever while you’re having fun. But you know what? Sleeping feels pretty good, too, and your body needs it! So don’t forget to catch up on some much-needed sleep, to prepare yourself for your next party.
You are allowed to bring your own flag. Represent your country to be featured in the official #DLDKAmsterdam aftermovie.
To avoid hearing damages, we advice you to use earplugs. Earplugs will be also on sale during the event.
In the venue, there are a plenty of seats in the first ring. During the event there is a free choice of seating, the seats are available for everyone.
Smoking is not allowed in the building except for in the Designated Smoking Areas. Electronic cigarettes are also only allowed in the smoking areas.
There is a separate parking spot for touringcars: P-Bus. To reserve a spot, please click here.
If you are in possession of a VIP ticket, you can enter the venue through a special entrance on the right side of the regular entrance. When you enter you will receive a bracelet that will give you access to the VIP deck.
Have a great time at #DLDK!
ONLY those who register will have access to the lowest cost tickets for #DLDK. After you’ve pre-registered, you will receive an email with your personal link to enter the early bird ticket shop on the day of the ticket sale.
Tiësto is a name that no longer needs an introduction. He is synonymous with the best of electronic music, and continues to inspire a generation of up-and-coming young artists. In 1997 he founded the label Black Hole Recordings, in the early 2000s he became the first DJ to perform to a large crowd without any other DJs or opening acts. He was crowned the World’s No.1 DJ 3 consecutive times from 2002 through 2004 and with his live performing during the Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece in 2004, he became the first DJ to play live on stage at an Olympics Games. Due to his success, he was appointed Officer of the Order of Orange-Nassau in 2004 by Queen Beatrix. Moreover, he won the Grammy Award for Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his remixed version of John Legend’s Top 40 hit ‘All Of Me’ at the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. He also remains an expert remixer to the biggest names in music, reworking smash hits for the likes of Beyoncé, Coldplay, Kanye West, Sam Smith, Ellie Goulding, David Guetta, Major Lazer, Calvin Harris and many more.
Regarded as one of the founding fathers of the Future House movement, it is evident why Dutch DJ/producer Don Diablo is seen as a pioneer of the dance music world. Currently #7 in the DJ Mag Top 100 Poll – making him the highest placing artist in the Future House category – Don has earned praise from talent and tastemakers across the globe for major hits such as “On My Mind”, “Universe”, “AnyTime”, “Chemicals” and “Cutting Shapes” and most recently released his sophomore album FUTURE in the beginning of 2018.
Nick van de Wall, who we know today as the famous Afrojack, transformed his underground popularity into a world-renowned fame. Starting off in his hometown of Spijkenisse, Holland, Afrojack quickly made a name for himself with numerous releases and the unveiling of his hit single “Take Over Control” in 2011, which rapidly topped the charts and dominated club scenes all around the world.
With two Grammy awards under his belt, Afrojack is now considered one of the greatest artists in the electronic music industry, spending much of his time and effort producing house music for fans in various countries across the globe.
From a young age, Coone has been mesmerized by music in all its different shapes and forms.
The creation of his successful label Dirty Workz was a huge step in this young man’s carreer, allowing him to take his music beyond even his own expectations and also giving new talents within the Hard Dance scene a respectable platform to launch new and exciting sounds into the scene.
As collaborations with some of Hardstyle’s biggest names rolled in, Coone was able to impress the world with his unique sound within Hardstyle, imprinting a distinct signature sound into his productions. His experience has lead him towards a new “Challenge”; to create an album in 30 days including collaborations with some of the Hard Dance scene’s superstars. The album was met with great support in the scene, catapulting Coone to new heights.
Coone’s success within Europe has opened up many doors for him as his eyes are fixed on the horizon, towards the international Hardstyle scene in countries such as Australia and the United States. Without a doubt, Coone lives and breathes Hardstyle. His passion shared by thousands of like-minded souls all over the world, each speaking a universal language. Music. A binding force uniting us all.
Dimitri Vangelis & Wyman are a Swedish/Greek DJ/Producer duo consisting of Dimitrios Vardalis and Andreas Wiman.
Headhunterz, whose real name is Willem Rebergen, is a Dutch hardstyle DJ/producer formerly known as Nasty D-Tuners. His own label Scantraxx Reloaded, started in 2006, is a sub label of Scantraxx. He gained his first major experience as a DJ at Defqon.1 Festival, a huge hardstyle event in the Netherlands, where he was discovered by The Prophet. Since then, Headhunterz has played at every major music festival including Don’t Let Daddy Know and many more.
Record producer, musician, remixer and DJ Mike Williams is known as a great talent in the dance music industry. From the first note that he has ever written to the smallest detail in his live shows; the commitment toward everything that his fans get to experience is seemingly endless. As one of the very few artists to break through with a signature sound it has been the distinctive ‘bounce’ that Mike Williams’ has perfected since. While this was the start of a whirlwind adventure within the global electronic music scene Mike’s true trademarks have always been a sense of serenity and his ever-present modesty. Recently he signed to the world-renowned Spinnin’ Records, marking the beginning of a new chapter following a lifetime passion for music. In 2018, he released the single “Lullaby” with R3hab and his own track “Give It Up”.
As Nick Rotteveel he grew up with his family in Amerongen, The Netherlands and Kingston, Canada. His trademark sound of progressive house blended with electro and acid can be heard in numerous singles such as “Legacy”, “Symphonica”, “I Could Be The One” and “Right Now”. In 2008, he began releasing his independently produced music on Protocol Recordings and released a bootleg of David Guetta’s “When Love Takes Over”. From there, his career took off with worldwide performances at every major dance festival and collaborations with Blasterjaxx, NERVO, Vicetone and many others.
At a young age, Quintino was discovered by house music mastermind Laidback Luke who was impressed by Quintino’s precision and unrivaled ability behind the turntables. Quintino will always bring good vibes and a lot of energy with his sets. After conquering the Dutch club scene, the young DJ started making big steps.
In 2011, Quintino released ‘Epic’ with Sandro Silva which became platinum. In the past two years, Quintino released major hits like ‘Freak’ and ‘I Just Can’t’ together with fellow Dutchman R3hab, which both passed 50 million streams, followed up by great collaborations with Cheat Codes and Nervo. 2017 was a great year for Quintino. He dominated the dancefloors with his solo club tracks ‘Underground’, ‘Carnival’ and his GO HARDER EP series.
He also dropped an exciting new tune with his solo release ‘Good Vibes’. 2018 couldn’t have started any bigger for Quintino releasing another track with Hardwell called ‘Woest’, a follow up on their earlier collaborations ‘Baldadig’ and ‘Scorpion’. On top of that he dropped two collaborations ‘Slow Down’ and ‘Patser Bounce’ with Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike. His successful career has led to Quintino being listed in the DJMAG top100djs for four years in a row.
Sunnery James and Ryan Marciano, two notable personalities with a single goal: to entertain as many people as possible with their deep and funky house sound. From the moment they entered the DJ profession, they agreed to do something serious with their common passion: House Music! Quickly after their first gig together Sunnery and Ryan established themselves as top DJs. Accustomed to renowned labels, they released “SOTU” in March 2013, collaboration with Nicky Romero, on the label of Steve Angello. This track was a success and ranked at number 2 on Beatport. Both DJs are of Surinamese descent.
Sem Vox is everywhere, with tracks supported by Diplo, Afrojack, Martin Garrix and many more there is no doubt left. His years of experience in making people dance are widely respected and praised upon. Rocking stages on festivals like Creamfields and Mysteryland is something that goes naturally for him. When he is not flying around the world playing alongside artists like Skrillex and Martin Garrix, he also runs the event Don’t Let Daddy Know as one of its founders. The concept that started in Ibiza is growing out to a world wide brand just like Sem Vox.
Third Party is a pair of childhood friends, consisting of Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, who have allowed their music to do all their talking, and as a result has brought them plenty of acclaim. Along the way, some of their biggest cuts have been breakout tracks like “Release” – a call to the dance floor that got played far and wide. After the success of that record, the pair hooked up with none other than Swedish House Mafia legend Steve Angello, with whom they produced the track “Lights”, before “Feel” was later released alongside Cicada, followed by “Thank You”, their debut on Ultra Music. Third Party also worked with Martin Garrix on the track “Lions in the Wild”. In 2017 they released their album “HOPE” with amazing progressive house tracks, combining the music with a brand-new live show. Much more is expected from this exciting pair as they continue to create unique and heavy dance music.
Tim Smith, aka Timmy Trumpet, is a musician, main room house DJ and producer based in Sydney, Australia. He made his big break in Ibiza, playing live trumpet solos over electronic dance music tracks during DJs shows. Moreover, he has supported and played alongside acts like Armin van Buuren, Carl Cox, Fedde Le Grand, Dizzee Rascal and Fatboy Slim. Now as a combined DJ/instrumentalist, he is ranked in the Top 3 DJs in Australia (ITM Poll), performed at Pacha Ibiza and Miami’s WMC. Rightfully dubbed “the busiest DJ in Australia” Timmy averages 7 flights a week, juggling over 200 shows per year, including major festivals and international super clubs.
Whether it be crafting infectious melodies with their transcendent originals and innovative remixes or their electrifying crowds with their energetic sets, The Him are the international dance force to be reckoned with.
Hailing from the dance capital of the world, Amsterdam, the Dutch team of Jeroen Kerstens and Steven Berghuijs formed their partnership in 2015 when they started working together in the studio. What started with doing monthly bootlegs soon turned into serious hits with originals like “Feels Like Home” and “I Wonder”, both with over 25 million streams on Spotify alone.
The Him has remixed some of the biggest artists in the world to much acclaim, The Chainsmokers, Martin Garrix, Tiësto, Miley Cyrus and Kygo to name a few. They are signed with Spinnin Records where they successfully released originals like “Nothing on Us” and “Broken Love”.
Todd Helder has no boundaries and continues to break barriers that are set up before him. Much of his influences comes from the music and games he grew up with and the futuristic elements can be heard throughout his music and live performances. With his stunning debut releases on Martin Garrix’ STMPD Recordings and Trap Nation the future shines bright…
ONLY those who register will have access to the lowest cost tickets for #DLDK. After you’ve Pre-Registered, you will receive an email with your personal link to enter the early bird ticket shop on the day of the ticket sale.