Amsterdam’s first Christmas boat parade is just around the corner: this Christmas Eve join locals and tourists alike to view a parade of decorated boats against the backdrop of Amsterdam’s beautiful canals.
Dutch Amsterdam does not provide a complete listing of events in Amsterdam. Instead we highlight some of our personal favorites.
Queen’s Day is Amsterdam’s alternative to carnival. Here are some tips on how and where to celebrate it.
Enjoy the 10th Anniversary of the Canals Festival, and the 26th edition of the Prinsengracht Concert.
“Pluk de Nacht” (Seize the Night) is an annual outdoor film festival held at the Stenen Hoofd, a man-made beach near Amsterdam Central Station
Gays, lesbians, bisexuals and a large contingent of heterosexuals put on their brightest plumage Saturday, and a rainbow fleet sailed through Amsterdam’s historic canals, as the city celebrated its annual Gay Pride festival.
The Holland Festival is Holland’s largest performing arts festival. It features a wide selection of national and international theatre, musical theatre, music and modern dance productions.
Spencer Tunick captures nude figures through film and video, with public space as his decor. On June 3, 2007, he will shoot an installation in Amsterdam. Hundreds, perhaps thousands, of naked men and women will spill into some of the Amsterdam streets and squares.