ADE welcomes James Blake and anxiety treatment expert Jennie Morton for the second installment of free-to-access ADE in Conversation series
James Blake and Jennie Morton, who also featured in ADE Pro 2020, will be discussing strategies and techniques for managing our mental health as well as how Blake will be handling his career when the touring industry re-starts. In addition, Blake and Morton will be taking questions from the audience in a live Q&A focusing on mental health topics.
Global Events in the Spotlight
The first ADE in Conversation last month touched on the state of reopening in Europe and the US, and this episode will be looking at South America’s Rock in Rio and Africa’s Nyege Nyege Festival together with representatives from both festivals.
Luis Justo is the CEO of Rock in Rio, Arlen Dilsizian is one of the founders of Uganda’s Nyege Nyege Festival, connecting electronic music cultures throughout Africa with the rest of the world and nurturing the continent’s various scenes.
The Amsterdam Dance Event Foundation continues to extend its support to the live music industry by inviting music professionals to the online discussion forum ADE In Conversation, taking place on its online B2B platform, completely free of charge. Professionals, artists and like-minded followers of the reopening can sign up by creating a free account here.
ADE In Conversation will be an hour-long session that takes place on Thursday, May 13th – 5 PM CET. Visitors can register here.
About ADE Pro Conference
ADE Pro is the ultimate annual business gathering for the global electronic music industry. The three-day conference for music industry professionals runs from Wednesday through Friday and features dedicated programming covering subjects from marketing, publishing and bookings to sustainability, social change and mental health. The additional networking opportunities with fellow ADE delegates and industry leaders provide an ideal and global basis for deal making and career advancement.
The Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), an initiative of Buma, has grown into the world’s largest and most influential club-based festival and conference for electronic music. The event continues to grow and develop each year, with last year’s edition featuring over 2,500 artists and 600 speakers in almost 200 venues. The five-day event attracts visitors from over 146 countries and features every conceivable aspect of electronic music culture, with dedicated conference programming, an extensive arts & culture program, live music and DJ/artist performances, all spread across the city of Amsterdam. More information about ADE can be found here.