• Thursday, October 28, 2021

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  • Las Dalias on the Road: Spirit of Ibiza in Amsterdam

    Las Dalias, a traveling hippie market founded in Ibiza in 1954, is an iconic melting pot of vibrant people and their diverse and genuinely crafted products. World travelers, these modern nomads traverse many European and Spanish cities sharing their love of unique products and lively atmosphere. After much success in Madrid, Milan and Marbella, for their 60th anniversary Las Dalias on the Road has one city in its sights for the 2nd until the 4th of May this year, Amsterdam!

    What better city to bring Las Dalias to than Amsterdam. A city of liberty, tolerance and a mix of cultures which are not only rudimentary elements to the spirit of Las Dalias but also Amsterdammers.

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    One hundred hippies will be setting up their market stalls at the Westergasfabriek in Amsterdam with exclusive clothing designs, jewelry, crafts and gifts for everyone to enjoy. You can expect a warm atmosphere with live music, diverse ranges of cuisine and a good time for the whole family.

    The organization of Rototom Sunsplash Festival will also be joining the Las Dalias hippie market for the weekend. Each evening acoustic reggae performances from Rebel Jam (the Netherlands), Leah Rosier & Tworoots (The Netherlands), and One Root (Belgium) will take place on the 2nd 3rd and 4th respectively from 19.00 to 19.40 at the Rototom stand.

    Join the fun at Las Dalias and be inspired by the setting and the easy going feel of the market or visit the restaurant where ecological and organic local produce is served. Las Dalias on the Road is a gift for the senses.

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    Las Dalias will be at the Westergasfabriek Amsterdam on the 2-3-4 of May. Opening times are from 10.00 to 22.00 and tickets are €12.50 p.p

    For more information visit www.lasdaliasontheroad.com or www.westergasfabriek.nl/en/

    Tickets can be purchased at www.ticketscript.com



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