Radion is a cultural platform located in Amsterdam New West. It is a podium, annex club, café and an exhibition space.
Hidden between office buildings and a pool, this former technical school in Amsterdam West can be hard to find. But it is absolutely worth risking getting lost.
Founded in 1968, this iconic music venue in an 18th-century church is one of the city’s most unmissable nightlife haunts.
Close to the Leidseplein, Melkweg (Milky Way) played a major role in the city’s countercultural scene in decades past, and is still one of its most famous electronic music venues.
In the heart of the Red Light District, nestled behind the Oude Kerk, the central branch of this hugely popular video arcade offers 250 sqm of old-school classics like Mortal Kombat and Street Figh
On the 20th floor of the iconic A'DAM Tower, this panoramic restaurant, bar and nightclub has predictably dazzling views of the skyline.
Amsterdam’s newest dance venue is a vast subterranean nightclub and exhibition space located in the basement of the landmark A'DAM Tower on Amsterdam's northern waterfront.
When a celebrity is in town, they’re likely to make a pitstop at this exclusive two-storey club, kitted out with Asian-themed décor (upstairs) and a dance floor lit by around 12,000 lamps that blin
Open seven days a week, and with a low or even non-existent entry fee, this genre-defying club, pub, or bar with a dancefloor rose from the ashes of the celebrated old Dansen bik Jansen.
One of Amsterdam’s most popular alternative music and club venues, this slick space (the name means “bittersweet”) is lined with impressive stained-glass windows.
Set above the swanky art club De Kring, this cozy clubbing spot welcomes house, techno and EDM DJs on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.