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Amelie Lens’ EXHALE announces debut two-day event in Antwerp
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Amelie Lens’ EXHALE announces debut two-day event in Antwerp

Home Featured Amelie Lens’ EXHALE announces debut two-day event in Antwerp

Amelie LensEXHALE recently announced it will be coming to the techno artist’s hometown of Antwerp to host its first-ever two-day event next February.

Renowned Belgian techno sensation Amelie Lens is set to elevate the electronic music scene in her hometown as her celebrated event series, EXHALE, unveils its inaugural two-day extravaganza in Antwerp. Fans and music enthusiasts can mark their calendars for an unforgettable experience set to take place February 17-18, 2024 at ​​Waagnatie Expo & Events.

The event promises an immersive 18-hour journey featuring two stages and a meticulously crafted 24-artist lineup of both established and emerging talent such as Farrago, Raven, Adiel, TRYM, Anfisa Letyago, and more. Notably, this event will mark Amelie Lens’ first performance since the birth of her and her husband Farrago’s daughter, expected this winter.

EXHALE, known for its pulsating beats and cutting-edge performances, has gained international acclaim for redefining the techno landscape. The decision to bring the event to Antwerp holds special significance for Lens, given her origins within the city. Antwerp, known for its vibrant cultural scene, provides the perfect backdrop for EXHALE’s debut two-day event. Weekend passes are currently on sale now. Single-day passes will go on sale starting December 14th, 2023 following the release of the day-by-day lineup. Click here to view the full event info. Who are you excited to see at the event? View the full lineup below. In the meantime, listen to EXHALE’s latest muli-artist compilation album ‘VA004’ here.

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