25 nightclubs across Amsterdam accessible with one ticket during ‘Nacht voor de Nacht’ on February 24th
On the 24th of February, Stichting N8BM A’DAM (the Amsterdam Night Mayor foundation) hosts their second edition of Nacht voor de Nacht (Night for the Night): the annual club festival where visitors can discover the thriving diversity of the city’s nightlife with an all in one inclusive ticket. The first edition was sold out immediately. This year the event grows to 25 venues, covering almost every club in Amsterdam.
With a passe-partout of €17,50, visitors can visit as many clubs they want – a great way to really plunge into Amsterdam club culture. Buyers of a passe-partout are directly supporting Stichting N8BM A’DAM and their work.
Night Mayor, Mirik Milan, explains: “The nightlife of Amsterdam explodes creativity and gives ground for young artists and creators to develop talents in this ‘serious playground’. Amsterdam’s nightlife culture is stronger than ever, which is key to our culturally diverse city!”
Connecting creatives with clubs owners
This year, the Stichting N8BM A’DAM challenged all of those participating by inviting young, creative talent to their club. This gives the local creators of tomorrow a chance to use the club as a platform for their work. To name a few – during ‘Nacht voor de Nacht’, drag performances rage on in Club Church, a light installation brightens up Garage Noord, and an amazing exhibition is brought to De School.
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