Situated in an authentic town house Jan Luyken Hotel Amsterdam, nestled in the chique Museum Quarter, is surrounded by the most famous museums of Amsterdam. Within just a few minutes you will find yourself wandering through the Vondelpark, P.C. Hooftstraat and the Rijksmuseum.



Pop temple Paradiso opened its doors in 1968. Not in just any building, but in a former church in the middle of Amsterdam’s city centre. In 50 years' time, the groundbreaking music venue has grown into a legendary pop stage, club and cultural palace all in one. Paradiso's atmosphere and acoustics are world-famous, which is why world-class stars love to perform here.



The Melkweg stands for pop culture, in the broadest sense of the word. The pop podium is located in a former sugar - and later dairy - factory and the only remaining factory building on Amsterdam's ring or canals. The programming is also what makes the Melkweg so special. New talent is alternated with established named and you van find five art disciplines under one roof: music, dance/theater, film, photography, and media art. 

19 MIN

Club Panama

Club Panama is situated in an old warehouse on the waterfront. You can go there for concerts and for good parties with house and techno sounds of both national and international talent. It is a large venue with high ceilings and large windows, thanks to the warehouse history of the location.

13 MIN


Bitterzoet, also sometimes called the Living Room of Amsterdam, is a bar, stage and theatre. The concept of this venue in the Spuistraat is to offer bands, DJs and other musicians a place where they can experiment and perform for a larger audience. All music styles are represented in Bitterzoet, from rock to hip-hop and soul.