DGTL Announces Full Lineup for Amsterdam 2018 Edition

DGTL is set to return to Amsterdam for another edition at the NDSM Docklands. Happening on Easter time from March 30 to April 1, 2018, over 65 artists have been announced to their spot behind the decks and treat the crowd on all they have to offer.

Among those who are part of this expansive billing are Âme II Âme, Floating Points b2b Hunee, Jeff Mills, Laurent Garnier, Maceo Plex, Speedy J, Modeselektor, Schwarzmann, and Tale Of Us. There is also the mixed line up which will hold the heavyweight names such as Amelie Lens, Blawan, DVS1, Gerd Janson, Hot Since 82, Ida Engberg, Jackmaster, Job Jobse, Mano le Tough, Maya Jane Coles, Oliver Koletzki, Red Axes and Recondite.

While there are some recurring names there is also a whole lot of room for fresh faces. DGTL will be giving a podium to ingenious techno artists such as Aleksi Perälä [live], Dax J and Call Super. As well as offering a spot to full live band performances, Romare and Dollkraut. The festival also embraces the lo-fi left-field with acts such as Palmbomen II & Betonkust, and adds depth to the line up with Giegling’s DJ Dustin, Nightmares on Wax and Honey Dijon. Valuing young talent just as much as the more established names, upcoming musicians such as Nous’Klaers Oceanic and Oberman have also been offered a spot on the festival’s stacked line up.

Apart from the music, DGTL will also present unique art installations and revolutionary sustainability projects that can grab attention and inspiration at the same time.

For the full day-by-day line up, check out this link.

And to help realize the DGTL Amsterdam experience, those who wish to attend the festival now have a number of payment plan options to choose from, giving customers the option to pay their tickets in terms. Whether visitors want to go the full weekend, or just one day; the option will be there for all customers who buy their ticket before the deadline on December 31.

For tickets and other information about DGTL Amsterdam 2018, visit the DGTL website.