Cotton Club is one of the longer running locations in Amsterdam to hear live jazz. They only have music from 430-830pm on Saturday. It’s local professional and top amateurs alike and always a lot of regular old Amseterdamers milling about. It’s located just off the New Market Square where one would anticipate drinks to be […]read more..
OT301 was one of the first venues I went to when I moved to the Netherlands, I’ve seen fantastic modern music and especially jazz at this place. I’ve seen various alternative concerts here and also French black and white films. Every week there’s something new to explore at this place. When you reach the venue […]read more..
Another staple in the music scene in Amsterdam is Bourbon Street offering up live music 7 days a week. It ranges from mostly rock, funk and blues. Can be quiet packed on the weekends but also good for a easy Monday night. For a complete listing check their site It’s open nightly from 10pm until […]read more..
After the first round of posts it’s finally time to start mentioning more places for music (jazz) in Amsterdam. Cafe Alto is one of the older Jazz cafe’s Amsterdam. I remember in my early days of living in Holland spending a fair amount of time at this Jazz club and I saw some amazing shows. […]read more..
***Sad to announce that since July 8th this place is permanently closed. It’ll be sorely missed!***** De Badcuyp is one of the longer running jazz clubs in Amsterdam. They’re open Tuesday- Sunday and have a wide range of musically offerings. Jazz is what you’ll hear most at this location but it will vary in style […]read more..