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Café Casablanca

Zeedijk 26E, 1012 AZ Amsterdam

webcafecasablanca.nl phone+31 612 200 519

Café Casablanca is a fixture of Amsterdam's jazz scene since 1945.

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Jimmy Woo

Korte Leidse dwarsstraat 18, 1017 JW Amsterdam

webjimmywoo.com phone+31 20 626 3150

Enter the Jimmy Woo and experience his extraordinary taste for luxury, style and glamour. His knowledge and love for the orient and his refined feeling for the newest trends in music and design are portrayed in the style of the club. Jimmy Woo will take you to a breathtaking world combining authentic oriental art and modern western elements.

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Lijbaansgracht 234, Amsterdam

webmelkweg.nl phone+31 20 638 3336

Melkweg is one of the best known stages for pop music in the Netherlands. It hosts concerts, dance events and theatre performances, films, photo expositions and media arts presentations in its five halls and several small rooms. It is located near the Leidseplein.

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Rembrandtplein 11, Amsterdam

webescape.nl phone+31 20 622 1111

Escape is a multi-spaced venue for a total clubbing experience. With special Club dinner arrangements you can enjoy a 4 course menu at Escape Caffé and get VIP access to Escape Club afterwards.Escape was founded in 1986, what means that in 2011 they celebrate its 25th Anniversary! All these years Escape had been very popular for domestic and foreign visitors. Its cutting edge design and technical facilities as well as a tremendously good sound system are ingredients for a wonderful clubbing experience. Escape hosts clubnights like Framebusters with lots of national and international talented DJ’s and entertainment.

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Rembrandtplein 44, Amsterdam

webrain-amsterdam.com phone+31 20 626 70 78

Rain’s entertainment excites both the visual and auditory senses. It is designed to astonish - in its mix, fresh use of talent and creation of unique experiences. Guests can expect to be entertained by a rich variety of performers and modern artists. Each night at Rain will be exceptional in its quality. As the evening progresses, the music continues to accelerate until drinking, dining and dancing fuse and Rain transforms into a nightclub. Expect a blend of global sounds, including: Hip-Hop, Pure Funk, Electro and quality House.

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Weteringschans 8, Amsterdam

webparadiso.nl phone+31 20 626 45 21

In its former life, this live music venue was a beautiful church. These days, Christian hymns have been supplanted by more energetic rhythms, and the striking space welcomes bands from around the world. Paradiso's terrific acoustics appeal to both the audience and to performers, who range from the up-and-coming to the well-known. On weekend evenings, top DJs are booked, and club-goers dance to house, jazz and disco across a variety of levels amid the renovated architecture of the past.

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Spuistraat 2 Amsterdam 1012

webbitterzoet.com phone+31 20 42 123 18

short walk from Centraal Station, this small club is popular with a young crowd who appreciate its varied live music and party programming - which could range from a hip hop night to a reggae evening or a night of underground indie from a visiting US band. It focuses firmly on emerging talent, especially crossover acts.

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Piet Heinkade 3 1019 BR Amsterdam

webbimhuis.nl phone+31 20 7882188

The Bimhuis provides a perspective on Dutch and international music in over 300 concerts annually, in which a variety of jazz and improvised music can be enjoyed. The focus is on new developments, but the Bimhuis also offers a significant selection of more mainstream music.

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Singel 460, 1017 AW Amsterdam

webodeontheater.nl phone+31 20 521 855

Located in a canal house dating from 1662, this was once home to the notorious gay club, DOK, whose visitors included David Bowie, Elton John and Jean Paul Gaultier. Following the demise of DOK, it was patronized largely by students until a major revamp in 2005. Now its plush interior is a haven for more monied and mature folk who can enjoy cocktails and dinner in the brasserie or restaurant before taking in classic cuts in the palatial dance hall upstairs (Friday and Saturday). Although perhaps not the edgiest of hotspots, it does still make for an all-in-one evening out.

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