It’s time for a new Amsterdam Weekend Guide. We’ve gathered the most fun events, new hotspots to visit and things to do this weekend. So, don’t worry about missing out on anything. Enjoy!
Sieraad Art Fair: 8 to 11 November
The Sieraad Art Fair 2018 will take place at the Westergasfabriek and will be showcasing a special kind of art: jewelry. All pieces are crafted by highly talented internationally known and up-and-coming artists, showing both creative and innovative designs. Expect to see a wide variety in hand crafted pieces using both precious metals and stones as well as unique materials such as wood and textile. Have a look on their website to get your tickets and more information!
From 9 until 11 November Camping Zeeburg will turn into a small soulful village. Expect a mixed crowd with a love for great music. The line-up of DJ’s will all play the best of soul music the old skool way: on original vinyl records. There will be a vintage and vinyl fair, cabins and possibility to set up a camper or caravan. Enjoy this mini outdoor music festival just minutes away from the Amsterdam city center! On their Facebook page you’ll find more information on the event and the full line-up.
Zuider IJdijk 20 – Entrance: € 6 to € 25
Truffle Dinner at 5&33
It’s the time of the year for hearty comfort food. Restaurant and bar 5&33, located right across from Central Station, will satisfy your cravings with a special truffle menu! Expect a four-course dinner experience with dishes like Braised ox cheeks with truffle mash, jus & black truffle and a Chocolate & raspberry tart with white truffle. Matching wines? Ask the sommelier for the perfect pairing.
With the temperatures dropping, curling up with a drink at a cozy bar sounds like a perfect way to spend your weekend to us. With a rich history in beer brewing and distilling of other beverages like Gin, it’s only normal that Amsterdam has a lot to offer when it comes to its bar scene. Whether you like it fancy or laid-back, there is something for all. Cocktails at Door74 or karaoke and dancing at the Chin Chin Club. Check out our Ultimate Amsterdam Bar Guide for everything there is to know on the best bars in town!
New in town: TwentyOne Club Opening Party
New in town! On Friday November 9th the TwentyOne Club, located on the 21st floor of the QO hotel will open its doors. Expect it to be an extravagant party with a spectacular view over the harbor. There will be DJ’s, dancers and numerous artists to keep you entertained all night. Dress to impress and get ready for dancing and a drink (or two). Early bird tickets are sold out, but you can still get a regular one if you’re quick!
Saturday afternoon with Robert Redford at Studio K
A classic movie on a Saturday afternoon. On 10 November movie theater Studio K will showcase Robert Redford’s The Sting, from 1973. This highly romanticized crime comedy is a modern version of the story of David and Goliath and got awarded with seven Oscars! The story is about an ambitious scammer and a seasoned cheater that both seek revenge on the murderer of one of their friends. Grab some popcorn, sit back and enjoy!
Stock up on autumn fashion at the Fashion Flea Market
The Fashion Flea Market on Saturday November 10th will be held at the NewWerktheater and promises to be a good one! In need of some new pieces to upgrade your wardrobe for upcoming season? From 10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. you can browse through a large selection of unique vintage items. This market is run by (ex)fashion students, so expect there to be a lot of nice designs.
Oostenburgergracht 75 – Entrance: € 3
Armonica at the MAD FOX
This Saturday the Italian DJ duo Armonica will be performing at the state-of-the-art club Mad Fox located at the five-star W Hotel. If house music is your thing, this is the place to be. They’ve played sets at reputable dance venues in Milan, Ibiza and Barcelona and now it’s time for them to take on Amsterdam. Make sure you dress for the occasion and get ready for a night of flirting and partying amongst a sleek crowd. This promises to be a night to remember!
Sunday High-Tea at The Duchess
Sundays are for good food and celebrations, right? If you really want to treat yourself or surprise someone else, a high-tea at The Duchess is highly recommended. Not only is the scenery gorgeous, everything that will be served to you, from the teas to the savory and sweet delicacies, are as well. This high tea is truly a joy for both the eyes and your taste buds. Next to that the Duchess launches their new carefully curated cocktail menu this weekend. A number of bespoke creations have been added to the classic cocktail list, each with an exclusive element by the use of advanced cooking techniques. So whether you fancy tea or cocktails (or both), this is the place to be on Sunday.
Editor: Nina van Wijk
Vincent on Friday
Van Gogh Museum
Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
Portrait Gallery of the Golden Age
In Moco Museum
Identity Cards and Forgeries in WOII
at the National Holocaust Museum
National Holocaust Museum