Are you ready to see the craziest production ever? Dirty Dutch Exodus at the Ziggo Dome, produced by ID&T, was by far the most ridiculous party during ADE. Here’s to hoping they bring this one to America too.
Update: Chuckie has posted an official after-movie for the event. (Full 23 minute video still available below.)
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