Jamie Jones announces Paradise parties across ADE & North America
Jamie Joneshas revealed three international Paradise parties including his return to Amsterdam for ADE, as well as New York and Toronto this autumn.
The ADE showcase is set to take place on Friday 20th October and will once again see Paradise team up with DGTL, a global player that organizes events in Barcelona, Amsterdam, Sao Paulo and Tel Aviv. The 2017 edition marks a half-decade of collaborations, with the creme de la creme of DJs and producers arriving to mark the occasion.
Currently in the midst of another highly successful fifteen-week run on the white isle, Jamie and the Paradise team have handpicked some of the finest international talent to play the Amsterdam party, with Paradise residents Richy Ahmed, wAFF, Patrick Topping, Russ Yallop and Detlefjoining the bill, along with rising star Peggy Gou, who recently made her debut on the DC-10 terrace.
Rounding off the hotly anticipated line-up are French trio Apollonia, a live show from Matador, the ever-evolvingDubfire, and Paradise regular Lauren Lane, as well as Andrea Oliva who will be going b2b with Richy Ahmed. The party will run all through the night, opening at 10pm and closing at 7am at the NDSM Scheepsbouwloods venue.
Before that, Jamie and the crew will be jetting across the Atlantic for a weekend of showcases in New York and Toronto. Taking place on Saturday September 23, the New York edition, Paradise in the Mirage, will be a twelve-hour event spanning from 4:30pm to 4:30am at The Brooklyn Mirage. The following day, the event will make its way to Canada for the Toronto edition of Paradise in the Park happening on Sunday September 24 at Woodbine Park. Both events feature beautiful outdoor spaces providing picturesque sunset views set to the sound of grooving house and techno.
Whilst details for Toronto remain under wraps, Jamie and the Paradise team have handpicked some of the biggest international talents for the New York party, including Dubfire, Tiga, Honey Dijon, Doc Martin, Nathan Barato and Jamie Jones himself.