New names added to the line up

D-Day is approaching, and it’s time for us to unveil more of the artists we invited to the first edition of Ampere Open Air – starting with two new headliners: the house legend and co-founder of Innervisions Dixon and the Miami-based owner of the infamous Life and Death label DJ Tennis.
Ampere Open Air is also giving festival-goers the chance to discover Valentin Tszin’s unique performance: the Russian-born artist and dance researcher has made a name exploring the worlds of architecture, film, contemporary art, theatre and new media, and has been producing his most recent works in collaboration with various techno musicians. A rare opportunity for the crowd to witness a beautiful, innovative and out of the box evolution of arts and electronic music.
Another highlight of the festival will be the presence of Belgian legend Yves Deruyter: a pioneer in the local nightlife, Deruyter had a significant impact on the development of electronic music in our country and beyond, bringing his innovative ’sound of Belgium’ everywhere from clubs like Cherry Moon and Barocco, to memorable raves like Love Parade, I Love Techno and Nature One.
Joining the line-up as well, the minimal scene’s golden child Ion Ludwig will perform live, while the mystical Lost Desert is expected to deliver one of his characteristic eery DJ sets. Straight from Berlin, the young and talented Emily Jeanne will return to her homeland to show what she’s been up to.
On the local front, the live duo Pur Sang and collective From Italo To Disco Sound System are joining an already packed line up representing Antwerp’s highest calibre talents.
Ampere Open Air will take place on Sunday 25th of August at Middenvijver (Linkeroever, Antwerp). The second wave tickets are available for €35, group tickets can be purchased at a discount rate of €140 (4+1).