Now on it’s fifth year, AMF will continue to exceed expectations and showcase why Amsterdam is the counterpoint for all electronic music.
AMF will take over the night in the Amsterdam Aren A on Saturday October 21st 2017 with the world's greatest DJs, performers and mesmerizing production.
Amsterdam has a great deal to do throughout the city, but for LGBT visitors and residents there are some neighbourhoods that are particularly interesting. The area around the Amstel is one of the city’s traditional LGBT areas.
There are numerous brown cafés that reflect traditional Dutch culture, including frequent bouts of local folk music.
The area around Zeedijk and Warmoesstraat remains one of the most intensive hubs of LGBT-friendly shops and nightlife in Amsterdam.
Located at the edge of the Red Light District, the Zeedijk has a rich past.
Along its route, it crosses paths with the popular LGBT nightlife district around Reguliersdwarsstraat, but in recent years the Kerkstraat has begun to take on a life of its own.
What’s more, they tend to collaborate and organise their own entertainment too, setting up a stage and hosting free performances.
Also in the street is De Spijker bar – a local institution since 1978 – and the Black Body shop (Kerkstraat 173).
The Reguliersdwarsstraat is one of the most important LGBT streets in Amsterdam for wining, dining and partying.
Initially a notorious port of call for sailors, it still maintains a global feel, but that’s primarily because it is now one of the key streets in Amsterdam’s Chinatown.
But this street was also home to the first gay & lesbian bar in the Netherlands!
We will do anything in our power to keep the security proccess as fast as possible, therefore we would like to advise you to leave your bag at home.