As tension has built up in the last few months after the first information and the full line up was announced – as well as the unprecedented early ticket run by desirous visitors – DGTL Festival has just released the complete two-day program and opening nights for each stage for its upcoming edition this Easter Weekend. The program promises an overwhelming musical experience, with a carefully set up assembly of artists on each of the twelve stages in total, treating visitors to a diverse offering of the very best that underground dance music has to offer anno 2016.
After the opening event on Friday, March 25, where the likes of Black Coffee, Maya Jane Coles, Âme (LIVE) and George Fitzgerald can be admired, DGTL Festival will open its doors. Next to the massive DIGITAL stage, where visitors can expect heavyweights like Nina Kraviz, Tale of Us, Bonobo, Seth Troxler and Hot Since 82, two other unmistakable main attractions this edition will be the stages hosted by Ellum and Maeve. The Ellum stage on Saturday is carrying some of its most notorious contributors to their ominous electronica sound: Agents of Time, Agoria, Odd Parents, Barnt and of course label chief Maceo Plex himself. Furthermore, Saturday’s ANALOG stage exclusively offers LIVE sets by those who do it best: KiNK, Gui Boratto & Elekfantz and Gold Panda.
The following day the area is making way for Ireland based and progressively minded imprint Maeve, bringing along Âme, DJ Tennis, John Talabot, next to label runners Baikal, The Drifter and Mano Le Tough. Another distinct stage that day is PHONO, where music fans can see eye to eye with Job Jobse B2B Jeniffer Cardini, Michael Mayer, Red Axes and Andrew Weatherall. While the second day’s ANALOG stage, hosted by XLR8R, will be carrying a galvanizing techno line-up, with ROD, RØDHÅD, DVS1, KiNK’s new cooperative LIVE act Cyrillic and more.
After both these remarkable festival days, enduring visitors who want to keep on dancing can continue from the NDSM terrain to the infamous after party. Here, a selection of artists from the day program will come together to give a little more magic to the crowd.
Below you can find the entire stage-by-stage program for the two-day pandemonium that is awaiting the NDSM Docklands this March, including the full line up for the special opening event that is taking place on Friday (March 25), the day before the actual festival. Those in waiting for ticket purchase are advised not to postpone too long, as the buzz for this next edition is as big as ever, with realistic expectation of selling out much sooner than in earlier years.
25/3 – Opening Night
26/3 – Saturday
ANALOG by XLR8R
27/3 – Sunday
ANALOG by XLR8R