Dekmantel reveals the first names for 2024 line-up, alongside extended 10-day programme

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Dekmantel has announced the first names set to appear at its extended, 10-day-long festival this year to mark a decade of the Amsterdam-based electronic event

Expanding on last year’s five-day run, this year the Amsterdam-based festival has booked over 200 artists to perform across its new extended programme.

Dekmantel Ten will kick off at former ammunition factory Het HEM for three days, with likes of BICEP, Luke Slater, Aurora Halal, Avalon Emerson and DJ Python.

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After that, the festival will travel to Skatecafe for a football tournament, before making a festival debut at Amsterdam’s oldest building Oude Kerk, the following day

For Wednesday night, the tradition continues with a concert at Muziekgebouw with “legends only.”

The festival continues across the banks of the Amsterdam river to Aan het IJ with music, talks and workshops before Dekmantel returns to its home of Amsterdamse Bos for the final three days.

Marking the festival’s biggest line-up to date names on the bill include, Actress (Live), Ben UFO, Joy Orbison, RP Boo, SHERELLE, Pangaea, Eris Drew, Goldie, Helena Hauff, Jeff Mills, Courtesy, Giant Swan and many, many more.

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“We’ve spent 10 years to arrive at this point, and we are truly proud of it.” the festival and label posts on Instagram. “This anniversary edition pays tribute to both the genre’s essential icons and the groundbreaking figures boldly leading the culture toward what comes next. We hope you enjoy it.

Pre-sale tickets go live at 11:00 (CET) on January 25, sign up here for first access. General sale will go live on January 26 at 11:00 (CET).

The announcement of this year’s huge anniversary edition came with a live set from Legowelt & Jonacthan. Watch below.

Check out the line-up poster to Dekmantel’s tenth anniversary below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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