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Tomorrowland show comes to Amsterdam Dance Event 2019

Tomorrowland show comes to Amsterdam Dance Event 2019

Music
On Thursday the 17th, and Friday the 18th of October, the Ziggo Dome will be completely taken over by the show: OUR STORY – 15 Years Tomorrowland. Travelling to Amsterdam is a part of all the special festivities that are being held this year to celebrate the 15th anniversary of Tomorrowland, the annual festival held in the Belgian town of Boom. The first edition of Tomorrowland took place in 2005 and in the meantime, the festival has grown into the most popular and spectacular music festival in the world. This year, the 15th anniversary will be celebrated in all kinds of ways, such as the recent launch of Tomorrowland One World Radio. Also, this coming weekend, the very first winter edition of Tomorrowland will be held in the French Alps. And then, of course, there are also the two magi
Amsterdam in 2016 – Brothels, bud, bicycles and beyond

Amsterdam in 2016 – Brothels, bud, bicycles and beyond

Lifestyle, Travel
Could the ongoing development project that includes a modern makeover of the Red Light District really transform the city of sin’s infamous reputation? Reporter and Photographer: Visnja Marjanovic | Subeditor: Ivelina Nikolova “Okay, go get it.” “No, you’re the older one, you do it!” “Yes, I am the older one, so I am telling you to do it.” I sighed. Having a cool older sister by your side in Amsterdam, one would think she’d be the one providing the drugs. Prior to my trip, my friend from the Netherlands did try to clarify the rocket science behind the drugs law, but the multiple contradictions left me even more confused. The Dutch drug policy considers the use of soft drugs a health matter – a matter of personal use - and it is comparable to the alcohol and tobacco consumption. So
CUT_ – The next big electronic duo

CUT_ – The next big electronic duo

Entertainment, Music
Free gigs can be very hit or miss, but CUT_’s set in Dalston last night was a triumph. Reporter: Frances Cullen | Sub-editor: Hannah Grafton Belle Doron and Sebastiaan Dutih otherwise known as CUT_ are an up and coming electronic duo from Amsterdam. Influenced and inspired by artists such as Flume, Aluna George and Jamie XX, the pair aim to combine alternative electronics with edgy pop music. They quickly gained a great deal of recognition for their cover of French artist Stromae’s song Papaoutai. They have been touring the Netherlands and are now starting to branch out across Europe and the UK. The duo played an intimate free gig at Birthday’s in Dalston, which was advertised on Dice. The verses are so quiet and dainty sounding, before building up to loud and vibrant choruses t
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