The internationally acclaimed dance event Don’t Let Daddy Know has unveiled their massive return to previous home base venue, Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam. In this eighth edition in the Capital, E&A Events plans to organize one major night packed with long-awaited craziness on Saturday, March 6th 2021.
Holding their event at Ziggo Dome was no question considering the venue has shown to be the perfect location. Each year, it has united more than 85 nationalities, and fans can plan on seeing top-tier DJ talent from across the globe take the stage.
Since its early beginnings on the party island of Ibiza in 2012, the Don’t Let Daddy Know events have evolved to be much more than a simple club night. It has turned into a movement and lifestyle unlike many other popular events known today. For eight years, Ziggo Dome has hosted sold-out shows that are perfect for any fans of dance music worldwide. The venue will proudly welcome 12,500 party-goers for an exciting night filled with electrifying sounds.
“We’re very excited to return to the beautiful venue Ziggo Dome. Although these times are uncertain for everyone and we don’t know what the future will bring, we remain positive and hope to be able to do what we love most next year, organizing large-scale dance music festivals and uniting thousands of dance music lovers from all around the world.” – Sem Vox, DJ and owner of E&A Events.
In the case the event must be postponed or cancelled, all tickets purchased via the official site channels will be able to receive a refund for their tickets within one month after the planned date, or alternatively, a voucher for the postponed event. For preregistration and more information, visit the official website.
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