Timetable

Crash
Snare
NOX
Pulse
HYTE
Ride
Kick
Verknipt
Desperados
Rewind
Hi-hat
Bontgenoten

Dekmantel Soundsystem

01:15 / 03:00

Never change a winning team and never change the right dj’s for a festival. Dekmantel founders Thomas Martojo and Casper Tielrooij have an exquisite taste, which cannot surprise you if you know their festival and releases. Expect fine tunes, ranging from house and techno to rare soul and Brazilian music.

Curtis Alto

16:15 / 17:00

The Belgian brothers Roelandt are Curtis Alto. They combine live instruments with a dj-set. Amongst their new fans are Pete Tong, Oliver Heldens and the Chainsmokers. They have been rocking Tomorrowland, de Vooruit and Eurosonic with their unique blend of disco, electro, house and funk. We Are Electric will be next.

De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig

18:00 / 19:00

Let’s not talk about their bodies, they are young at heart so no need to change the band’s name. Still going strong after all those years. Copied by many, surpassed by no one. De Jeugd van Tegenwoordig is still in a league of their own combining hiphop, dance and pure fun.

Mura Masa

20:00 / 21:00

In just a few years Mura Masa, coming from the British island Guernsey, has developed from a bedroom musician into a phenomenon on stage. Taking his wonky, electronic, hiphopdance to the festivals for a very big and grateful crowd. Mura Masa is musician to see.

Justice

22:00 / 23:15

Every venue can point to cracks in the building and tell you when it was that Justice performed and wrecked the place. These French guys blow you away with their relentless clash of different dance styles.

Modeselektor DJ Set

23:45 / 01:15

Modeselektor has become the massive festival favorite in the last years. Wether it’s as Modeselektor, Moderat or just a djset, they always leave a lasting memory. The German geniuses seem to perfectly pick up on the vibe and enhance it with the best tunes you never heard of. Magic.

Noisia DJ Set

00:00 / 01:00

From the north of the Netherlands to the rest of the world, Noisia is the dominant force behind drum and bass in Holland and far beyond. An inspiration for just about everyone. An institution of quality music, resourcefulness and experience.

Signal b2b Disprove

01:00 / 02:00

Signal is not even twenty years old, or perhaps just. What we do know for sure is that this Rotterdam drum & bass prodigy has been discovered by Noisia and will be at We Are Elctric together with his Italian partner in crime, the ruthless Disprove. A duo that won’t stop before the whole place is to the ground.

Radar Records Soundsystem ft. Bredren & Andromedik

16:00 / 17:00

Netsky, Break, Doctrine, Nymfo and many others belong to the roster of Radar Records, Murdock’s label. Belgian drum & bass superheroes. The infamous Radar Records Soundsystem is coming to We Are Electric with Bredren and Andromedik.

Andy C

17:00 / 18:30

Andy C is not only the British drum & bass legend, he is also the founder of the infamous Ram Records. And every producer dreams of releasing on Ram. The man himself is 25 years since the legendary Valley of the Shadows just as sharp, inventive and energetic as in the early days.

Funtcase

18:30 / 19:30

You don’t want to be alone with a Funtcase tune in a dark alley. His sound is gonna tear you apart. Neckbreakers who’ll kick you when you are down. Ruthless, hard and massive.



Kings of the Rollers

19:30 / 20:30

There are rollers and there are Kings of the Rollers. One step up from something that is great to begin with. Serum, Bladerunner and Voltage together are this super group with the best rollers you can think of. These kings together on a stage is better than our own King’s Day.

Murdock + MC Mota

20:30 / 21:30

The Belgian godfather of drum & bass is also, or should we say of course, the man behind the Rampage festival. He is also the producer of this year’s great anthem On A Rampage. Murdock breaths and sweats drum & bass. Just like you need your breath and sweat if you hear him play.

Black Sun Empire b2b State of Mind

21:30 / 22:30

Here at We Are Electric headquarters we blow up our speakers on a weekly basis. Always at the time when someone thinks it’s a good idea to start up some blazin’ drum & bass by Black Sun Empire. Everyone starts screaming louder until the moment our umpteenth speakerset is broken. Thanks a lot BSE, there is a speaker graveyard in our storage now. At the festival Black Sun Empire will perform back 2 back with New Zealand duo State Of Mind. Make sure all safety measures are in place when these two powergroups will push each other further into a black sun state of mind.

Dirtyphonics

22:30 / 00:00

A dirty mind is a joy forever and the same goes for dirty ears filled with dirty tunes of Dirtyphonics. These filthy French guys produce a blend of dubstep, drum & bass and drumstep. Nasty, dirty, lovely

Chocolate Puma

01:00 / 02:30

It has been 25 years since these guys met in Haarlem and in those years they made up almost just as much names for their projects. The two good men follow one red line through all those years and that is the quest to make the best house tunes. Just listen and learn.

Aevion

16:00 / 17:30

2017 was quite the year for British talent Aevion. His single The Journey with Oliver Heldens was a massive hit and the success continued with One More Day, the single with Mr. Belt & Wezol. On a roll he releases his new single Keep On Rockin’ on Tchami’s Confession Records. Groovy, techy and snappy house tunes. Keep ‘m coming!

Carta

17:30 / 19:00

It was just a matter of time before the country with the most people in the world would bring forth a DJ and producer who is able to reach that enormous crowd. Carta has his Chinese roots, travelled the world and played everywhere. With the influence of Swedish House Mafia, other progressive house and his energetic presence on stage he is now conquering his own country. If anyone can it’s Carta. Just watch him on European turf.

Purple Disco Machine

19:00 / 20:30

Going deep into the deep funk. That is the operating mode of Purple Disco Machine. The German funk machine is a producer, DJ and remixer who always keeps his eye on the groovy boogie. PDM is as soulmatic as his amazing recent debut album.

Hannah Wants

20:30 / 22:00

Ask not what Hannah Wants ask what you want. And you want Hannah Wants. If you like the best house tunes from one of the hardest working and most eager British dj’s you want Hannah Wants. There is not enough room to mention all of her accomplishments. Fabric, Amnesia, Coachella, Glastonbury, DJ Mag awards, Electric Daisy Carnaval. It’s just the tip of a beautiful iceberg.

Martin Solveig

22:00 / 23:30

Rocking Music, Hello, Rejection, just a few of the many funky dancetunes by Martin Solveig. Each of them enormous hits. Solveig keeps pumping those great bass lines. He leaves you with just one option, dance mode: on.

Oliver Heldens

23:30 / 01:00

In Dutch the word Helden means heroes and one of our bigger heroes is Oliver Heldens. In just a few years he went from beinga young adolescent with a record deal at Spinnin’ Records to becoming the Heldeep Records founder, respected podcaster, dj, producer and performer. Taking future house to another level.

Seven Lions

00:00 / 01:00

Michiel Peeters

16:00 / 17:30

As dance promotor for TivoliVredenburg Michiel Peeters always has an ear out for dance talent. As a dj, also known as Michieltjee, he is such a talent himself. Going all places, from hiphop, to dance, to pop. Peeters knows what a good party needs and he is able to provide it and fuel it with the best records.

CUT_

17:30 / 18:30

CUT_ is one of the most promising Dutch electronic acts of the moment. The impressive voice of Belle Doron combined with the edgy, alternative and electronic production of Sebastiaan Dutilh makes CUT_ the Dutch answer to acts like Aluna George, Flume and Jamie XX. Dark and deep electronics meets edgy pop.

DJ Odin

18:30 / 19:30

Ray Fuego

19:30 / 20:15

Ray Fuego is a talented, outspoken and all-round beautiful guy. He is part of SMIB, part of punk-hiphop band Ploegendienst, mastermind behind the album Zwart and very much Ray Fuego. He is one of a kind and as there are a lot who claim to be unique, Ray Fuego truly is.

DJ Odin

20:15 / 20:45

ANBU

20:45 / 21:30

ANBU is Venlo’s finest in hiphop. Jiri11 en Mennoboomin have been spreading their unique hiphop vibe all over the country for the past year. And everyone keeps asking for more ANBU. The freshest sound of the talented southerners.

DJ Odin

21:30 / 22:15

Flonti Stacks

22:15 / 22:45

You can try, but you can’t pinpoint Ronnie Flex, the most popular hiphop artist in the Netherlands. To give his trap output the right channel he created his alter ego Flonti Stacks. For the raw Flonti sound. Pure trap bangers, the kind that blow you to the wall.

Droeloe

23:00 / 00:00

Sinfol & Octual

15:00 / 17:00

Haeken

17:00 / 19:00

There is a big name, with a big bag full of experience behind the modest name Haeken. The techno alias of Robert Vosmeijer aka De Sluwe Vos. Which means you got an extremely talented producer and dj here on an unforgettable techno trip.

Mirella Kroes

19:00 / 21:00

Tijana T

22:00 / 01:00

Sieneaux

15:00 / 17:00

Xpression

17:00 / 19:00

Tom Push

19:00 / 20:00

Snelle Jelle

20:00 / 21:30

CHIMP

21:30 / 23:00

Forget monkeys, his fingers are as fast as a chameleon’s tongue. Chimp mixes the best tunes from your childhood days in a set where your hands always will be above your head, cheering, waving or just moving. Ain’t no party like a Chimp party.

Rewind Soundsystem

23:00 / 00:30

Bontgenoten

15:00 / 01:00

LINE-UP

15:00 - 17:00 FRD ft Rodfather
17:00 - 19:00 James Thomson
19:00 - 20:30 Bontgenoot
20:30 - 22:00 Sebastian K
22:00 - 23:30 Jack Delhi ft Tom Stellingwerf
23:30 - 01:00 Jimmy Wilt
20:00 - 23:00 Miss Bunty (vocals)

Sandrien

01:15 / 03:00

In Trouw Amsterdam everybody was talking about Sandrien years ago. One of the finest techno dj’s in town. And since then she has been playing everywhere. Berghain, Tresor, Fabric and De School. Sandrien is Europe’s finest. And now for the rest of the world.

Kraantje Pappie

15:15 / 16:15

Back again and no surprise it’s another hit. Whatever he seems to do there is always succes. Wether it’s Pompen or it’s Ja with Bizzey, Kraantje Pappie is the man at the top of the charts. And the winning streak is continued on stage. Wherever there is Kraantje there is a party you’ve never seen before.

Vitalic live

17:15 / 18:30

No longer in his twenties but just as vital as when he released OK Cowboy. His latest release Voyager showed he still got it all. An electroforce to be reckoned with. Live at We Are Electric.

Paul Kalkbrenner

19:15 / 20:45

Guten Tag and how are you doing? Probably better when you hear Paul Kalkbrenner is performing at We Are Electric. The German techno mastermind did a massive Back To The Future Tour last year and is now gearing up for the European festival summer.

The Prodigy

21:45 / 23:15

Ask Siri for the best, hardest, banging beats. And Siri will answer: listen to The Prodigy. These are the godfathers of the big beat rave punk. Britain’s finest in beats.

Dave Clarke

23:45 / 01:15

Finally there is a new album from one of the most interesting producers and dj’s in our time. The Desecration of Desire is the title of the new Dave Clarke album. It’s heavy, it’s dark, it’s everything what we have been waiting for.

Keeno

14:30 / 16:00

Keeno does what many want and few can. He blends orchestral and cinematic musical elements with drum & bass. Keeno does that in such a precise manner that is admired by critics and colleagues. His knockout sounds also stun the big crowds.

Logistics + MC Wrec

16:00 / 17:30

According to Hospital Records Logistics is the bridge between liquid funk and more dancefloor orientated drum & bass. It is more than ‘just’ drum & bass. Logistics is one of three brothers loving this music. Brothers Nu:Tone en Other Echoes are just as obsessed by the right drums, bass and melody.

MC Wrec, that’s what we call the right name. Wrec is wrecking the place up as an MC who will not rest before the whole club or festival is on its feet and going wild. The MC of choice for Hospital Records and respected for his shows with Netsky, Goldie, Skream and many others.

Lenzman with Tyler Daley

17:30 / 19:00

Since last year Dutch dancepride Lenzman has been travelling all over the world to let the crowds hear his drum & bass. After releasing at Metalheadz he has now started his own label The North Quarter. His remix of Still Standing, the banger by Children of Zeus, started a beautiful friendship with the Manchester boys Tyler Daley & KonnyKon that will be celebrated at We Are Electric.

S.P.Y + MC Wrec

19:00 / 20:30

The first album of S.P.Y. was called What The Future Holds and what the future holds for the Brazilian born British DJ was a lot of acclaim for his drum & bass influenced by house, R&B and UK Garage. S.P.Y. is both a producers producer as a crowd favourite.

MC Wrec, that’s what we call the right name. Wrec is wrecking the place up as an MC who will not rest before the whole club or festival is on its feet and going wild. The MC of choice for Hospital Records and respected for his shows with Netsky, Goldie, Skream and many others.

High Contrast + MC Dynamite

20:30 / 21:30

High Contrast is one of the hardest working men in drum & bass. For years he has been active at the forefront in the scene. He released several albums, played alongside the biggest names, remixed everyone and everything, did famous gigs at the biggest festivals and most renowned clubs. Above all he remains loyal to his first label Hospital Records and keeps on searching for the best melody in drum & bass.

MC Dynamite

21:30 / 22:30

As one of the first and most famous MC’s in drum & bass Dynamite was part of Roni Size’s Reprazent. Once you’ve done that you can do everything and so did Dynamite. He MC’ed with everyone and is featured on many albums. If you want a show to be epic you need to have Dynamite on the team.

Danny Byrd + MC Dynamite

21:30 / 22:30

As one of the first artists to sign to Hospital Records, it was in another millennium, Danny Byrd was always known as an artist with a broad view. Combining hiphop, soul, house and R&B into drum & bass the producer from Bath is famous for incorporating the British sound in his songs. A marvellous blend of UK Garage, house and drum & bass.

As one of the first and most famous MC’s in drum & bass Dynamite was part of Roni Size’s Reprazent. Once you’ve done that you can do everything and so did Dynamite. He MC’ed with everyone and is featured on many albums. If you want a show to be epic you need to have Dynamite on the team.

MC Fava

22:30 / 23:30

Fava is known as the chameleon. The MC who can host an event or even sing a tune in a set. You hear him when he is needed and takes a step back when you just want drum, bass and nothing else. That is why the dreadlock MC is loved by the drum & bass DJ’s (and fans) all over the world.

Urbandawn + MC Fava

22:30 / 23:30

Britain may be the birthplace of drum & bass, Brasil adopted the hyper energetic dance style and gave us some very popular and talented producers and DJ’s. One of them is São Paolo based Felipe Wrechiski aka Urbandawn. With influences coming from everywhere and everyone he has pushed drum & bass further in the right direction.

Fava is known as the chameleon. The MC who can host an event or even sing a tune in a set. You hear him when he is needed and takes a step back when you just want drum, bass and nothing else. That is why the dreadlock MC is loved by the drum & bass DJ’s (and fans) all over the world.

Calyx & Teebee + MC Fava

23:30 / 01:00

Just as a hot summer day is better at the beach, chocolate tastes better with coffee and all other enhancing combinations Calyx is also at his best with his mate Teebee. Their history dates back to 1998 when they were both signed to Moving Shadow. Be prepared for a six deck sermon of drum & bass.

Fava is known as the chameleon. The MC who can host an event or even sing a tune in a set. You hear him when he is needed and takes a step back when you just want drum, bass and nothing else. That is why the dreadlock MC is loved by the drum & bass DJ’s (and fans) all over the world.

DLMT

00:30 / 02:30

DLMT is a Canadian producer striving to push house music in another direction with a unique, groovy and emotional sound. Always on tour, always pushing the crowds all over the world. There is absolutely nothing stopping DLMT.

Punctual

14:00 / 15:30

Nora en Pure

15:30 / 17:00

Low Steppa

17:00 / 18:30

MK

18:30 / 20:00

Mark Kinchen, aka MK, was there in house history at the beginning in his hometown Detroit. Working together with Kevin Saunderson he became a successful house producer. He drifted away from house becoming a force in the background in the studio for the biggest pop stars. The house virus never leaves so he returned to the scene and now he is on a roll again. A combination of experience, an up to date sound and being a true legend.

Kungs

20:00 / 21:30

Young FrenchYoung French producer Kungs is travelling the world on the waves of his massive hits This Girl, Don’t You Know and I Feel So Bad. Although his popularity may have something to do with his energetic performances on stage. Everyone wants to see and hear him. Kungs is everywhere, no one knows what will happen when he releases new material.

Felix Jaehn

21:30 / 23:00

Young German DJ and producer Felix Jaehn just released his debut album I. He is known for his melodic, some say tropical, house. It is always summer in the Jaehn’s music, we don’t even know the difference: do we want sun or do we want Felix Jaehn? Probably both, they go together great.

Throttle

23:00 / 00:30

Throttle is a young Australian producer signed by Spinnin’ Records, collaborating with Oliver Heldens, reworking Earth, Wind and Fire material and a guy everyone is talking about. An upbeat DJ making upbeat dance tunes. Throttle is the musician who gets a smile on all faces around him.

BANGANAGANG BANGERS

00:15 / 1:15

Abstract

15:30 / 17:00

Black Acid

17:00 / 17:45

It is not a group, Black Acid is a collective, with at least four mc’s who are doing lots of other things on the side. Ros, Dmy, Smitty and Daeshano, in collaboration with many others, are responsible for a unique hiphop sound combing trap with a punk-vibe. Their breakthrough show was at the Woo Hah-festival and since then their name, reputation and live experience has been growing steadily.

SMP

17:45 / 18:30

Bokoesam

18:30 / 19:00

Bokoesam is one of the most talented rappers the Netherlands. He was part of the successful New Wave collective, released his debut album Solo, played the major popfestivals, has a unique sense of style and couldn’t care less what you think of him. Bokoesam is one of Holland’s most cherished hiphop artists.

SMP

19:00 / 19:45

Joost

19:45 / 20:30

He is a phenomenon in the Netherlands. In his vlogs he is known as EenhoornJoost and millions watch his stories, his jokes and nowadays his music. Joost is a multitalented guy. Mixtape Scandinavian Boy became a huge success. Whatever he does he does with all of his heart into it. He is flyer than a ‘meeuw’. You have to see this to get it, or not.

SMP

20:30 / 21:00

Jacin Trill

21:00 / 21:45

Jacin Trill represents the hot new hiphop sound from Hoorn. Wether he likes it or not. It’s fresh, original and has the best vibe. Last year he made the whole country smile with his Happyland ep and of course Kspreyopjebytch. Thrilling.

Rachel Green

21:45 / 23:15

San Holo

23:15 / 00:15

Whether it is his ep’s, his collaborations, his remixes or his dj sets, San Holo is immensely popular. It’s hard to keep up with his stream of high quality releases of trap, future bass and everything far beyond.

VNTM live

15:00 / 16:30

Tahko

16:30 / 18:00

Marco Bailey

18:00 / 20:00

Juan Sanchez

20:00 / 23:00

His techno is stripped down, powerful and perfect for that time of night when you want the crowd to go wild. Just ask Awakenings, Berghain, Club4 or Time Warp about that time when Juan Sanchez played and be prepared for wild stories. It is all you need to have a good summer: sun, dance music and Juan Sanchez.

Abstract Division

23:00 / 01:00

Take two highly skilled and experienced techno artists, let each one put together a track list and place them together behind some decks and a mixer. What you get is Abstract Division, at least if those two artists are Paul Boex and Dave Miller who have been earning their stripes with releases on their own Dynamic Reflection label amongst all other techno endeavours.

Bofkonten

15:00 / 16:30

There is no such thing as luck. They might call themselves Bofkonten (Dutch for: lucky guys) but they made name with hard work and the right party attitude. Their blend of R&B, hiphop, soul, pop and dance turns the heat up in every venue. The only one who is lucky here is your bum moving to the beat.

Xpression

16:30 / 18:00

LEGY & LE CAP

18:00 / 19:30

College by day, party by night. Legy & Le Cap have found the perfect combination. These guys are classy 24/7. Their goonpop is a mixture of hiphop, r&b, house, hits and bangers for the club. That is a mutual love, Legy & Le Clap and Le Club.

Irwan

19:30 / 20:30

After all these years in the scene, spinning records still doesn’t feel like work for Irwan. It is pure fun. For him and for the crowd. Irwan is the number one eclectic dj, mixing hiphop, R&B, house and everything in between with an impeccable technique. Scratching the records behind his back, lifting up the crowd, getting the party started and going on till the break of dawn. Irwan does it all.

Dylan Lucky

20:30 / 22:00

Who is the lucky one? Is it Dylan Lucky or are we lucky when he is behind the decks spinning the best house, disco and hiphop. If you are lucky you know him from his regular gigs at Club Up, Chin Chin Club and Chicago Social Club in Amsterdam. If you are even more lucky you’ll see him at We Are Electric.

Happy Feelings

22:00 / 23:30

The Netherlands is one of the happiest countries in the world, but even here it is noticed when you walk around all day with a smile upon your face. Most of the time it involves people who visited one of the Happy Feelings parties in the weekend. Guaranteed to make you smile for the rest of the week. The Happy Feelings guys give you the best 90’s and 00’s hits, r&b, disco and house.

Walter Looks

23:30 / 01:00

Herrie met Gerrie

15:00 / 01:00

Herrie met Gerrie (zaterdag)

15:00 - 16:00 Copan Kasten
16:00 - 18:00 Chip X Dale
18:00 - 19:30 Die Grote
19:30 - 21:00 Nanna Osé
21:00 - 22:30 Lockar
22:30 - 23: 30 HMG Soundsystem
23:30 -01:00 Le Cher

Nothing But Funk

14:00 / 14:30

Flight Facilities Live

14:30 / 15:30

You all ready for take-off? Flight Facilities is flying all the way from Australia to perform their best soulful and danceable tunes in Holland. And they have a lot of great tunes. Did we already say they are the best? Because they are. And to make it even better, they will be playing two sets at We Are Electric Weekender!

Gramatik

16:00 / 17:15

The Slovenian phenomenon Gramatik combines hiphop with low temperatures aka cool music. The man is productive as hell. He just might produce another album in the time you read this.

MHD

17:45 / 18:45

Never before did so much attendants of a Dutch festival sing in French. But when MHD performed at the Lowlands Festival last summer everybody knew the words. What a party. The king of Afrotrap is learning a whole country to speak and sing French, the most fun way possible.

Lost Frequencies

19:30 / 20:45

We’re sorry to announce that due to transportation issues Eric Prydz won’t be able to make it to WAE Weekender tonight. The replacement for this time slot will be Lost Frequencies.

We received the follow statement from his management:
“It is with deep regret that I have to announce that I am unable to play at We Are Electric Festival today. This is due to a mechanical breakdown of my tour bus in Italy today. Unfortunately it has been impossible to arrange alternative transport to get myself, crew, and production to the Netherlands in time for my performance. I am so sorry for any disappointment this will cause, but this is really beyond mine or the promoters control.”

A lot of people, including us, were looking forward to Eric Prydz. With 40+ other acts on 6 stages, including Martin Garrix, Netsky, Paul Kalkbrenner bttf & many more, we are sure that today will be as awesome as the past two days.

Martin Garrix

21:30 / 23:00

The most popular DJ in the world (for the second time in a row), closing the Olympic Wintergames and a new single with David Guetta. Martin Garrix does in a few months what very few do in a lifetime. You can do however the same thing as the EDM master in a short while and that is visit We Are Electric.

Deon Custom

14:30 / 16:00

There is nothing custom about Dutch talent Deon van Ooijen. He is a very special guy. Young and talented, a producer and dj who burst onto the scene with his full-length album Ametrine and releases on labels like Monstercat and Terrorhythm. His energetic bouncing electronics are a joy for every lover of beats and bleeps.

Hush

16:00 / 17:30

Hush is a Belgian mastermind making future bass and trap music. In the neurofunk genre he is known as Doctrine. Performing as Hush he is blending R&B with trippy synths, hip hop rhythms and a lot of 808’s. You guessed it right, this guy is all over the place, with remixes for Netsky, Diplo and DJ Fresh. Get ready for some serious style bending.

Holy Goof

17:30 / 18:30

Holy Goof is making name for himself at warp speed. The British talent had already played at the big festivals and did a Fabric Live album. The bigger the crowd the better he gets and the more the dance people love his fluid, bass-house hybrid referencing everything from bassline to grime. Goof gets to you.

Flux Pavilion

18:30 / 19:30

Slushii

19:30 / 20:30

With his fluorescent hair, fluorescent shirt and fluorescent beats Slushii is giving us the perfect sugar rush. The young American is mixing all kinds of music, from trap to future bass and progressive house. You just have to remember it’s damn fine music.

Netsky

20:30 / 22:00

All you have to do in music is count to 4. Four to the floor. And all we do is wait for Netsky to count to 4 after releasing three brilliant albums. We want 4, because this guy is making the best drum and bass we know. Counting down to see him perform.

Dimension

22:00 / 23:30

In just a few years British producer Dimension not only made name for himself in the drum and bass scene, he also produced an impressive amount of high quality tracks. All his peers are amazed by his high quality output. Not to mention the happy crowd at his shows.

Camo & Krooked

23:30 / 01:00

Austrian power duo Camo & Krooked belong to the forefront of renowned drum & bass for quite some time. They have established a unique sound, you have probably heard it on their recent smash album Mosaik. On stage they keep killing it, over and over again.

Barbara Ford

14:00 / 15:15

It’s quality that counts. Barbara Ford is not the one for three gigs a night. But when she plays, she goes all the way. Her mix of Chicago house, acid and Detroit techno is always a success. Sometimes you can hear her at 8Bahn, Sugar Factory or REC, at other times she is hosting a podcast, playing a radio show or singing for Sluwe Vos. Barbara Ford is versatile to the max.

Applescal & Some Chemistry

15:15 / 16:45

Just like his music is shifting from beats to sounds to melody so is the career of Applescal shifting from performing to running his label Atomnation. What is common is his love for the best possible outcome. One of his best buddy’s is Some Chemistry who makes electropical soydance, as he says himself. It seemed Paul Kalkbrenner a good idea to let these guys play b2b. Paul Kalkbrenner is always right.

Lane 8

16:45 / 18:30

His new album Little by Little is all about experience. Live in the moment and you can remember forever or claim it never happened. It gives you all kind of ways to go, just as Lane 8 in his music. Ranging from dreamy electronics to club bangers. As a dj Lane 8 loves the deep stuff, or as he has called it: dreamy back rub house.

Flight Facilities DJ set

18:30 / 20:00

You all ready for take-off? Flight Facilities is flying all the way from Australia to perform their best soulful and danceable tunes in Holland. And they have a lot of great tunes. Did we already say they are the best? Because they are. And to make it even better, they will be playing two sets at We Are Electric Weekender!

Josh Wink

20:00 / 21:30

In the techno hall of fame there is lots of room for one of the pioneers Josh Wink. And there is no stopping him. With Ovum Recordings, his remixes, his releases and his live sets he keeps on pushing against what we used to think of as boundaries until Wink passed by. He mixes techno with acid, electronic experiments, house, synth and rave music, all revolving around tension and surprise.

Paul Kalkbrenner bttf

21:30 / 23:00

In addition to his Live Set on the Crash stage on Saturday, Berlin techno legend Paul Kalkbrenner will also headline his “Back To The Future” stage with a Back To The Future set!

Benny Rodrigues & Michel de Hey

23:00 / 01:00

If you look for Rotterdam’s finest techno you need Benny Rodrigues and Michel de Hey. You may think of Benny as a renowned techno producer and a dj with a lot of experience, but put him next to Michel de Hey and Benny is the new kid on the block. Michel has been going strong for thirty years now. Before all those Dutch artists conquered the world, Michel de Hey paved the way. And there is no stopping him. Still going strong, curating, being the ambassador and most of all dj’ing.

Stoltenhoff

00:00 / 01:00

Part of the Barong Family Takeover.

Snelle Jelle

15:00 / 16:45

Sef

16:45 / 17:45

It is hard to keep up with Sef. The hard working, talented rapper, singer and pop artist is a regular guest on almost every album. He is part of Flinke Namen, an accomplished solo artist, a regular in the charts and wherever there is a party, Sef is there. Name a festival and he performed there and got the afterparty going. So you better be where Sef is.

Deejay Prime

17:45 / 18:45

Equalz

18:45 / 19:15

These two are responsible for the hiphop club bangers in The Netherlands. AlwaysBizzey and Stylez are well known for their sound and ready to be famous for being Equalz.

Deejay Prime

19:15 / 19:45

Yung Nnelg

19:45 / 20:30

It is a run up to something big what Young Nnelg is doing at the moment. The country is getting to know the talented young rapper and he is gearing up for the bigger venues, the bigger festivals and even better tunes than the great ones he already made. It’s just the beginning for Yung Nnelg.

Deejay Prime

20:30 / 21:00

Zwart Licht

21:00 / 22:00

Zwart Licht used to tear the place apart during their shows. After a four year break they are finally back and ready to rumble. Where hiphop and dance meet an unstoppable energy breaks free.

DOLF

22:00 / 23:00

Part of the Barong Family Takeover.

Moksi

23:00 / 0:00

Part of the Barong Family Takeover.

Løbster

15:00 / 17:00

Mangø

17:00 / 18:30

Jorn Luka

18:30 / 20:00

Ringo live

20:00 / 21:00

ROD

21:00 / 22:30

Like Jekyll and Hyde, only without knowing who is Jekyll and who is Hyde, that is the way you can split Benny Rodrigues and ROD. The Rotterdam based producer and dj is doing too much for just one name. As ROD he explores the music world from a techno perspective. Although he can go electro or all other kinds of things. The songs of his debut album Back To Square One are played by Sven Väth and ROD gets support by Dave Clarke. ROD is a favourite among dj’s and crowds.

Noneoftheabove

22:30 / 00:00

William

15:00 / 16:30

Radiosus

16:30 / 18:00

Jonas Meeùs

18:00 / 19:30

He started off in the same place as Tiësto did in Breda. Their taste is different however. You can find Jonas Meeùs digging crates in the Rush Hour store in Amsterdam looking for his particular style of house, going deep and club. And that is what you hear back in his sets he has been doing in Breda, Amsterdam and more coming up all over the country. This guy is going places.

VALA

19:30 / 21:00

Tommy Theo

21:00 / 22:30

Happy Feelings

22:30 / 00:00

The Netherlands is one of the happiest countries in the world, but even here it is noticed when you walk around all day with a smile upon your face. Most of the time it involves people who visited one of the Happy Feelings parties in the weekend. Guaranteed to make you smile for the rest of the week. The Happy Feelings guys give you the best 90’s and 00’s hits, r&b, disco and house.

BIKI90

14:00 / 00:00

LINE-UP

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15:00 - 16:00 Pluk v/d Partyflat
16:00 - 17:00 Waffles
17:00 - 17:45 Eddy Acapulco
17:45 - 18:30 Bonxo
18:30 - 19:15 Brocco
19:15 - 20:00 RawEndz
20:00 - 20:45 Tim Hox
20:45 - 21:30 Joshua J
21:30 - 22:15 Phenleau
22:15 - 23:00 Rugged
23:00 - 00:00 David Ghetto