Antwerp's premier techno club returns with a massive one-day festival on Sunday September 5.
After a massive first edition in 2019, Ampere is ready to finally show its plans for the end of the summer. Just like two years ago, Antwerp's Middenvijver will be the scene for a day filled with techno, house and electronic music. Local selectors and international names stand shoulder to shoulders on a line-up that includes The Subs (live), Mind Against, Dave Clarke, ZIP, Lola Haro and Raresh. Find the full list below:
"We have been waiting for this moment so long", says Ampere promoter Joachim Marynen. "For such a long time, we weren't able to make plans, but now, finally, we can announce what we've been working on. It's been quite the ride, as we had to act quick and go hard to make it happen. I'm so happy to see the whole team on a mission again. Looking at the brand new aftermovie from the last edition has only given us more goosebumps."
As things are standing, you will need proof of vaccination or a negative PCR test to enter Ampere Open Air. "But we are crossing fingers for the restrictions to be lifted", adds Marynen. "Enjoying good times on a dancefloor is one of the best feelings in the world, and we can't wait to share it with everyone."