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..
Hands down of of the best jazz clubs in the world is the Bimhuis. What started as a a squat 40 years ago became the modern music hall it is today in 2005. It’s gone up a bit in price since my early days here but it’s still very much worth it. Even though it’s […]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..
***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..
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..