ADE is one of the most important platforms for electronic dance music in the world, attracting 5,000 music industry professionals from over 100 countries. During the day you can join debates, panels, Q&As, workshops and hands-on demonstrations by important players in the dance industry. At night the city attracts the best of the international dance culture to the ADE festival featuring DJs and artists from around the globe.

Pioneer DJ will be at Vlaams Cultuurhuis, De Brakke Grond, with two epic DJsounds shows.

On Thursday from 5pm to see the world-DMC-title-winning turntablist Jon1st put our PLX-1000s through their paces in the first show (check the skills in the video below).

For the second show, on Friday at 5.30pm, Eats Everything will grace the space, squeezing it into his relentless touring schedule, which includes gigs in London, Ibiza, Sydney, LA and New York.

ADE comes hot on the heels of the launch of rekordbox dj performance software, the latest rekordbox Plus Pack allowing DJs to perform directly from their rekordbox library. Pioneer DJ’s own Jeroen Groenendijk will be running short workshops to bring you up to speed on the features and functions, and answer all your questions.You can also try out the new, rekordbox dj-ready DDJ-RZ and DDJ-RX controllers.

Last year at ADE, Pioneer DJ launched KUVO, our website and app that unites dance music lovers with new music, DJs and clubs. One year on Product Specialist, Rik Parkinson, is back to answer all your questions and update the underground music community on all the latest developments in a KUVO Q&A session.

Finally, also be on the look out for the PLX-1000 turntable, DJM-900NXS and CDJ-2000NXS dotted around the show – have a play and let us know what you think. And don’t forget to enter the ADE Demolition competition and win a DDJ-RZ controller.

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