Weekly agenda | 15th – 21st May

 [The Weekly Agenda is a selection of cultural events for the city of Amsterdam, with an alternative feel. An activity per day, or sometimes two if they can be combined with each other. Every listed event includes a link to its website, and free events are signaled as well. For updates please like Amsterdive’s Facebook page]

Okay. I’ve half an hour to finish this agenda, as I need to cycle afterwards to the work which pays my rent. So here are the events which strike my fancy this week. Might you have any question about any of these, just shoot it in the comments down below, or via Facebook, and I’ll get back to you. This is my way of compensating my readers for the lack of the usual event descriptions. Above all: go explore, and enjoy!

Tue, 16th, 20.00 | How clean are your clothes? | De Balie


Wed, 17th, 20.00 | Turkish Classical Music Last Session | MixTree (OT301)


Thu, 18th, 22.00 | Biemsquad at Pacific Parc | Pacific Parc – free entrance

Party party.

Thu, 18th to Sun, 21st |Amsterdam Art Fair 2017 |Kunsthal Koper

Art Fair.

Fri, 19th, 18.30 | FEEST | By(e) Ed! Finissage Ed van der Elsken | Stedelijk Museum

Farewell party + exhibition.

Sun, 21st, 13.30 | Kwaku Summer Festival Downtown | Openluchttheater (Vondelpark) – free entrance



(yes, you understood it right: it’s GRATIS)

Sat, 20th, 10.00 | Gratis Yoga | Blauwe Theehuis

Sun, 21st, 10.30 | Yoga in the Park | Oosterpark

For a complete cultural agenda, check the I amsterdam website. For alternative events in the city check radar.squat. Also, make sure to check the We Are Public cultural selection for the month.

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