Welcome to our weekly Amsterdam guide! Let’s look at what the Dutch capital has to offer!
25 July / Pllek
From early June till late August, cafe-restaurant Pllek presents their new summer open-air movie program in collaboration with Cine and Films with a View. The screenings take place every Tuesday after the sunset provided that the weather allows. This week on the agenda is George Washington. The entry is free.
27 July / NEMO
Great news – the roof of NEMO Science Museum is now open daily until 21:00! Moreover, every Thursday from 17:30 to 21:00, visitors can enjoy live music. This week, the museum invited San Dollar and Hello Cinema to perform on the roof. The roof of NEMO is free to visit and open to everyone.
27 July / Cinecenter
Join Cine Expat Amsterdam for their monthly foreign language film screenings with English subtitles. Next on the agenda is the erotic thriller L’amant Double by acclaimed French director François Ozon (Swimming Pool). Tickets are €10 or free with Cineville cards.
28 July / Nieuwmarkt
The new deli and lifestyle market on the Nieuwmarkt takes place every last Friday of the month. Stop by to buy groceries for the week, try the delicious street food and treat yourself to a piece of freshly baked cake. The entrance is free. Visit the New Market FB page for more information.
29 July / Madam
A party with a view at Madam Amsterdam! The entry is free, and no reservation needed. Just show up at the door after 10 PM and enjoy a breathtaking view over Amsterdam, as well as the best selection of dance music.
29 July / various locations
Amsterdam Gay Pride 2017 starts with the Pride Walk on July 29th, 11 AM, at the Homomonument. Everyone is welcome to join the walk, as well as bring their flags and banners. Starting from 1 PM, the celebration continues in the Vondelpark (the Pride Park) with the outdoor theater, music, dance, sports activities and the rainbow market.
29-30 July / Westerpark
The Milkshake Festival is a festival with a message, and it’s all about freedom, love, respect and tolerance. Organized by two of the biggest clubs in Amsterdam, Paradiso and AIR, the Milkshake Festival celebrates the great diversity of religions, skin colors and sexual preferences. The tickets are €45 for the festival days and €15 for the after parties.
29-30 July / Nelson Mandelapark
The multicultural Kwaku Festival comes to town every summer and brings people together through music, dance, sport and food. Over the course of 4 weekends, the festival attracts around 300,000 visitors. One day of the festival costs €5 (or €7 at the door), and a passe-partout for the entire festival is €27.50 (available online).
30 July / Park Frankendael
Pure Markt is a place to explore and taste delicious organic food of Holland and the rest of the world. Pick a few dishes to eat on the spot, stock up on foods for home, enjoy the sun and music. For the youngest visitors, there is a solar-powered merry-go-round! The entry is free.
10 July – 15 September / Bostheater
Live At Amsterdamse Bos is a series of outdoor concerts and theater performances taking place during the summer season at one of the Amsterdam hidden gems – the Bostheater. The theater is in Dutch, but music has no language barriers! See the line-up and full program on the link above.
Seems like that’s all for this week! Did you like our Amsterdam guide? Stay with us for more, we promise to create a similar one every week!