Joost van Bellen (NL)
Secret Cinema (NL)
2000 and One (NL)
Steve Rachmad (NL)
Michel De Hey (NL)
Edwin Oosterwal (NL)
Fierce Ruling Diva (NL)
Expect a night pulsating with music from past to present, spectacular visuals based on the entire history of dance music, and countless extras, such as an exhibit of these past 25 years in the Rabozaal foyer. The book release will be open to ticketholders as well. And finally, the long-awaited ‘Mary Go Wild’ will be presented to the public.
‘Mary Go Wild’ contains nearly 600 pages, and covers the history of 25 years of dance music in the Netherlands, from the deepest, darkest beats of the underground, to spectacular mega-raves in football stadiums. Over 60 authors, photo editors and photographers have committed years of research to produce an absolute standard for fans of electronic music and its events. An impressive reference book, as well as a book full of great stories, this is a must-have for anyone who has ever nestled up to a speaker with their eyes shut. The book includes nearly 1000 photographs and over 140 interviews with many of dance music’s major players, including: Eddy de Clercq, Speedy J, Tiësto, Secret Cinema, Miss Djax, Armin van Buuren, Joost van Bellen, The Dreamteam, Paul Elstak, Chuckie, Junkie XL, Jeroen Flamman, Duncan Stutterheim, Ferry Corsten, Bart Skils, Roog, Chaos & L-Dopa, Nicky Romero, Laidback Luke, Gomes, and many, many more.
Address: Lijnbaansgracht 234a , Amsterdam, NH, NL, 1017 PH
Tip: Melkweg is near Leidseplein, one of the busiest spots in the whole of Amsterdam, which, although a tourist hotspot, provides an endless supply of bars, restaurants and cafes.