We’re thrilled to announce our huge comeback to Amsterdam on Saturday March 4, 2023! After many sold out shows around the world, we’ll bring Don’t Let Daddy Know to life like never before in the massive Ziggo Dome – one of the leading and most impressive music venues of The Netherlands. Headlined by Swedish heavyweight Alesso, #DLDKAMSTERDAM 2023 is guaranteed to become a once in a lifetime experience of immeasurable proportions.
As you’ve come to expect, our stage will be dominated by the world’s most influential DJs. They can’t wait to take you on a musical journey you’ll never forget. Together with tens of thousands of party people, we’re excited to welcome you back to our ever growing DLDK family!
Ever since its inception on the magical island of Ibiza, Don’t Let Daddy Know turned into so much more than just a club night on an epic scale. It became a movement, a lifestyle. A way of bringing high quality music, the most amazing artists and people from all around the world together as one.
Alesso is a Swedish DJ and producer. He started playing piano at age 7, but became interested in Electronic Dance Music when he was 16. Despite having learned to DJ in 2011, Alesso made his debut on DJ Magazine’s list of the top 100 DJs at number 70 in that same year. By 2013 he released a remix of “If I Lose Myself” by OneRepublic that was nominated for Grammy and garnered almost a million listens on SoundCloud. His debut studio album, released in 2015, contains major hits like “Heroes (We Could Be)”. Fast forward to 2022, where Alesso has been present in the charts all year, releasing hits like “Words”, a poppy dance tack featuring Zara Larsson, and “When I’m Gone” – a collaboration with worldwide superstar Katy Perry. We can’t wait to hear what comes next!
Morten Breum (born 26 May 1982), better known by his artist name Morten, is a Danish DJ and producer. Together with David Guetta, he’s the creator of the innovative Future Rave genre.
As Nick Rotteveel he grew up with his family in Amerongen, The Netherlands and Kingston, Canada. His trademark sound of progressive house blended with electro and acid can be heard in numerous singles such as “Legacy”, “Symphonica”, “I Could Be The One” and “Right Now”. In 2008, he began releasing his independently produced music on Protocol Recordings and released a bootleg of David Guetta’s “When Love Takes Over”. From there, his career took off with worldwide performances at every major dance festival and collaborations with Blasterjaxx, NERVO, Vicetone and many others.
Exploding into the spotlight as one of the most exciting, energetic and evolutionary artists in Hard Dance – Sub Zero Project have catapulted themselves into the A-game!
Musically, they fit into no specific box as they prove themselves time and again as one of the most innovative producers of the passed year. Hits such as The Project and Basstrain destroyed dance floors everywhere they’re dropped. With their futurist stance on the whole Hard genre, they’ve opened doors for both themselves and their sound gaining collaborations with artists such as Headhunterz, Atmozfears, Da Tweekaz and scoring massive hits with their many remixes.
Behind the decks, the duo have obliterated mainstages at World leading events such as Reverze, Supremacy, Qapital and Qlimax to name but a few. With their latest live-act under the banner of “The Project”, they have shown the World they’re an absolute force to be reckoned with. Bunker busting kicks and an unbelievable uniqueness in both sound and performance – Sub Zero Project have proven their worth at such a young age.
What’s next!? 2023 better hold on tight, because they’re taking it to a whole other level!
Third Party is a pair of childhood friends, consisting of Jonnie Macaire and Harry Bass, who have allowed their music to do all their talking, and as a result has brought them plenty of acclaim. Along the way, some of their biggest cuts have been breakout tracks like “Release” – a call to the dance floor that got played far and wide. After the success of that record, the pair hooked up with none other than Swedish House Mafia legend Steve Angello, with whom they produced the track “Lights”, before “Feel” was later released alongside Cicada, followed by “Thank You”, their debut on Ultra Music. Third Party also worked with Martin Garrix on the track “Lions in the Wild”. In 2017 they released their album “HOPE” with amazing progressive house tracks, combining the music with a brand-new live show. Much more is expected from this exciting pair as they continue to create unique and heavy dance music.
Making global impact with his worldwide hits and own emotional yet exhilarating dance sound, it’s fair to say that Topic is has made his mark. The German-Croatian had over 1 billion streams in 2021 aloneand is rapidly approaching 1 million followers across all social media platforms. He has up to 2 x diamond certifications in 28 countries around the world to his name, and holds a steady spot in the Top 10 of Spotify’s Global Top 200. Topic seems to have found the recipe of his success, motivated by the unknown magic of his next collaborations, sharing his music with his fans, playing for live crowds and connecting on an emotional level through music.
After meeting up back in 2007 Willem van Hanegem and Ward van der Harst came together to form W&W and they have not looked back since. Fusing styles and mixing influences, W&W combine the uplifting and melodic elements of trance with the raw intensity of electro and progressiveness of house to create a sound that is uniquely their own. Infectious, rebellious and highly energetic, their list of productions is championed by the likes of Hardwell, Armin van Buuren, Tiësto, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, David Guetta and more for its breadth, diversity and massive appeal to multiple audiences. Their most famous tracks are “Bigfoot”, “Waves” and “Live The Night”.
Rising Dutch star Justus looks set to have the world at his feet. The talented music producer and DJ has been touted by the likes of Tiësto, David Guetta, MORTEN, Afrojack, DVBBS, Carnage, W&W, Steve Aoki and many more. Now as he confirms rumours of a record deal with none other than Spinnin’ Records, the path looks clear for him to capitalise on his early promise and rise through the ranks to the highest levels of electronica. As with any artist who manages to break through into the A-list elite, Justus’ success is in equal parts down to musical talent and laser-focused, at times dogged, determination to forge a career in dance music. An all-ages Afrojack show at Amsterdam’s legendary Ziggo Dome in 2014 opened the eyes of a then 14-year-old Justus to the explosive energy of an all-out, topflight electronic artist in full flow in front of a crowd of thousands. Mastering the DJ booth, Justus moved on to the studio, a natural affinity for music production backed up by six years’ practicing the drums. In 2017, the teenager took a bet on himself, leaving school behind and putting himself 100% into his music. It was a move that more than paid off. Just one year later Justus had multiple tours through Asia under his belt, dropping incendiary sets at some of the best clubs in the world from DJ Mag’s revered Top 100 list as well as major shows across the Middle East and into Europe. By 2019 Justus had signed a publishing deal with influential Dutch publishing house Cloud9, home to some of the planet’s biggest DJs.
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