Amsterdive’s WHEN WHAT WHERE is back, ladies & gents!
WWW is a cultural agenda focused on art, music, lesser-known cultural venues, sustainability & community events, self-development. With a soft spot for world-music and multicultural events.
This list is updated weekly, so make sure to follow Amsterdive’s Facebook page for keeping up to date with When it happens, What it is & Where it takes place.
For the longest time, nobody had a clue that the Portuguese were such wine masters. Go have a taste of it on the upcoming Friday.
Dance dance dance – all night long – to the wicked sounds of the Vintage Voudou label.
This veggie festival is still a mystery in the sense that not much has been disclosed on social media, not even the location. But you can register at www.veggiefestival.nl to keep up with the news.
Mario Bakuna & Edmundo Carneiro bring us bossa nova and the rhythms of Brazilian music through works from great composers & originals alike.
During the VRW you can taste the wonders of the vegetarian kitchen in the whole country (not only in Amsterdam), for reduced prices. Get your belly ready.
Coladeira is a traditional Cape Verdean music style, but this trio has its roots in Cape Verde, Brazil and Portugal. A mix of the warmest & most romantic rhythms of the Lusophone culture.
Taste before you waste brings us a community dinner in which the edibles are made from the surplus of markets and stores that would have gone for waste.
Start the weekend with a balkan, afro, reggae and jazz-inspired brass concert. They promise to make you sway, spin, shake, jiggle, wiggle, bounce and groove.
The legendary underground club Korsakoff is going to resuscitate for one night at the OCCII, with former Korsakoff djs & staff. With Peter & Rxbtch playing downstairs and Pd Gvd on the upper floor.
Brazilian music legends Gilberto Gil, Gal Costa and Nando Reis come to Amsterdam as Trinca de Ases, their newest musical project.
This festival is all about dance on screen. “The body as an archive”, “Tangomania”, “The Ferryman” or “Leave body behind” are documentaries I’m looking forward to watch. And if you haven’t seen “Dancer” about the life of ballet superstar Sergei Pollunin, GO.
A storytelling evening in English language in a cosy vibrant international environment. Homemade soup by mama Mezrab as a bonus.
Tonight is all about Afro, Latin, Soul, Reggae and Funk. I am taking my girlfriends out dancing.
Being a yogi myself, the idea that yoga can be used as a therapy to prevent illness and improve health makes total sense to me. But I’ve been really curious about Hormonal Yoga, which promises to alleviate PMS among other maladies.
Jazz, world and impro are the musical menu for the 7th edition of the Jazzfest Amsterdam, a festival of which focus is bringing the Amsterdam’s jazz scene together in the cosy vibrant atmosphere of Studio K and StayOkay.
A mix of hip-hop beats, soul, funk, jazz, electronic house en world grooves, where live music and electronic take over each other. At the one and only Noorderlicht at the NDSM.
Furake, PÅL/SECAM and Zen Rockers. What a winning team. There will be a multitude of African beats to enjoy and I’ll certainly be dancing in the first row.
On this day, between 10.00 and 16.00, you can go visit a multitude of towers in Amsterdam that are normally not open to the public. You can register via www.opentorendag.nl from today on.
A second-hand market in the heart of the Admiraal de Ruijterweg.
In their own words: ‘We used to be an art fair, but that was boring’. So now they are a ‘biennial group exhibition, art fair and festival celebrating cutting-edge contemporary art’.
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