Last week, one of the largest events in Electronic Dance Music took place in Amsterdam; the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE). This year it was very different apart from the previous years, all because of the worldwide pandemic of COVID-19. With the Dutch government taking measures to prevent further spreading, the organizer of ADE was forced to host the event 'Coronaproof'. The organizer held the event online, livestreaming sets of some the biggest names like Carl Cox, David Guetta, Martin Garrix and many others. There we're two programs set up by ADE; the ADE Pro and ADE Online. Ofcourse with ADE Pro you had to pay, but had access to much more content such as Q&A's, in depth-masterclasses and many other things.
2020 has been a tough year for event organizers, who we're forced to call off festivals. Back in March, Ultra Miami was canceled due to the situation in the US, we've also seen Tomorrowland Belgium get canceled due to the pandemic in Europe. Luckily, Tomorrowland decided to host the festival online.
Check out the official aftermovie of Tomorrowland 2020
While Europe and the United States of America still struggle with the virus mostly, China's situation is back to normal. In Wuhan, the city where the virus broke out, poolparties were held with hundreds of people. Also other cities in the Asian country are back to the normal life.