Canal Parade falling quiet?

Canal Parade falling quiet?

The Amsterdam city announced two new measures for the Canal Parade of the 2019 Amsterdam Pride. The first one is to declare the route of the Canal Parade as an event area. This includes the streets along the canals, as well as the canals themselves. The second one is that no amplified music is allowed any more along the route of the Parade except of course on the participating boats. These measures are meant to…

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International Beyoncé Day

The Queen is back! The biggest artist alive deserves a (public) holiday, so Club NYX takes the lead in Amsterdam. They celebrate for the fourth time the 𝗜𝗻𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗻𝗮𝘁𝗶𝗼𝗻𝗮𝗹 𝗕𝗲𝘆𝗼𝗻𝗰𝗲́ 𝗗𝗮𝘆. Expect one night long everything Beyoncé. Music All night you will here music with Queen Bey: her solo hits, Destiny’s Child tunes, duets, colaborations, remixes and movie soudtracks. But also music that inspired the Queen and artists that are inspired by her. Beyoncé Karaoke This…

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3x NYX presents Kings & Queens

Kingsday party at Club NYX. And since it is a public holiday: it means an extra long party. As they say themselves: “dust off your crown jewels and take that golden carriage straight to the club […] Because in our eyes, you are all KINGS & QUEENS!” Dresscode: (DRAG)KINGS & (DRAG)QUEENS Line-up DEN Spikey Lee Valentijn De Hingh Jerry Frisky Fka DJ Soulfania DJ Samaker Kassagne Raphaella Brown Roy Eljany The Heartbreaks – DJs Pictures…

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Spellbound underground dance party

The second edition in 2019 of the queer underground dance party Spellbound. Expect the unexpected and dive into a quixotic world of music, performances and video art. Line-up Main room: Electrosexual (Berlin, DJ set) Performance: ChelseaBoy (Amsterdam) DJ’s Kaseta, Martijn (Spellbound) House, Techno, Electro, Acid, Wave, Disco… Upstairs / Chill Out: DJ’s Toon, DortArt + DJ Fuji Wuji VJs AlexEtJeremy Video: Exc Machine

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Maruf’s Coming In – Coming Out #2: Pink belief

Maruf and the Rode Hoed organize a series of debates with queer muslims. You know about coming out. But how do you create your own identity where you feel yourself and safe? That is the Coming In part of this series. This edition is focuses on religion and being LGBTQI+. LGBTQI+ people have often similar experiences in church, mosque or synagogue. The islam is often reduced to one and the same unchangeable way of life,…

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