With the start of ADE this weekend, we dug into our nightclub data to see which nightclubs score best based on reviews (our reviews are an average of the review scores of different online sources). This resulted in the following list. Curious to know which clubs score best in Amsterdam, and which parties are coming soon? So that you know exactly where you can possibly sell your product? Read on!
If you are from a city other than Amsterdam, Paradiso is probably one of the only clubs you heard of. Known for its good concerts by famous bands and nice parties in the weekends. Paradiso has two main halls, namely the Large Hall with a capacity of 1500 people and the Small Hall with a capacity of 250 people. Big names like Lady Gaga, Kings of Leon and Al Green have already performed here. Curious about which artists will be playing soon? Check their website to see what music will be played that night.
Club Air, you will recognise this club by the rows of people in front of the entrance and is probably one of the most beautiful clubs in Amsterdam. With its multiple floors in one room and many lights, it makes for a club with famous status. The club has five bars and normal club prices. At the entrance, you buy a card (kind of a credit card), which you use to pay for everything at Air the whole evening, e.g. lockers, drinks etc. Air offers club nights full of techno and electric music, but also full of hip hop, RnB, and ‘bad’ music nights. Curious about what kind of music you can dance to in club Air soon? Take a look at their site and check out their upcoming programme!
For over 30 years Escape has been a household name in the Dutch nightlife scene. Where clubs come and go Escape has been welcoming its visitors for years. With artists from home and abroad, Escape has a resumé that many clubs only dream of. Every week fixed concepts combine the diversity for their target group, from house to urban. With techniques like LED, Escape is a visual paradise: the visitor is surrounded by beautiful visuals. There are also multiple VIP decks, from the stage to various balconies, for those who like a little extra luxury while going out. Curious? Go to their site here.
The Veronicaschip is an old 50-metre pirate radio boat that has been docked at the NDSM shipyard in Amsterdam-North for years. Dancing on an old pirate ship can be a wild and fun experience. The club can accommodate 300 partygoers and clubbers to enjoy three levels of fun and dancing, including a terrace and a dance floor that lies below sea level. The ship is also known for its restaurant that specialises in a vegetarian menu made from local produce, and an event space that is open during the day for multimedia programmes, courses, lectures, art exhibitions and more. Curious about what’s coming soon to the Veronicaschip? Check out their site here.
Radion is a creative hub where art, music and food blend perfectly in the club’s café and restaurant. Dance parties full of DJs and Radion’s various events such as art exhibitions, workshops and film screenings are typical for this club. The former dental academy is located in an inconspicuous neighbourhood in the Nieuw-West district. If you are one of those clubbers who like to work up a sweat by dancing non-stop, this lively venue with a 24-hour licence is for you. The dancing here is truly non-stop. Come to Radion if you are looking for a real night out. After dancing, stop by the bar for a popsicle to cool down. Wondering what parties they will be hosting soon? Click here to go to their site!
The underground nightclub Shelter is certainly a household name in Amsterdam’s nightlife scene. Located in the basement of the A’dam Tower, Shelter attracts serious clubbers and partygoers who love a night out to remember. If you love to dance the night away at high volume to the music of some of the biggest names in the music industry, then Shelter Amsterdam is for you. Want to know what parties are planned? Check out their site here!