A socially distanced festival is taking place in Amsterdam next month
The programme will combine music, art and fine dining
Dutch collective No Art, founded by ANOTR, will be taking over Amsterdam’s A’DAM Toren and Sir Adam Hotel to host a socially distanced festival combining music, art and fine dining on June 20.
Attendees to the 24-hour event will also be provided with a room for accommodation, and socially distanced guidelines as directed by the RIVM (The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) will be followed throughout.
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The programme will feature live music, DJ sets, immersive art and a three-hour dinner.
Guests will experience various areas in groups of 30, before returning to hotel rooms, which will be capped at a maximum of four.
Each room will have a pro soundsystem and Smart TV which will be connected to a live stream from A’DAM’s The Loft space, as well as every other hotel room, via Zoom. Line-up details are still to be announced.
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Guests will not be permitted to leave their rooms during the final part of the festival. A mobile bar will journey through the venue providing refreshments.
Tickets will be allocated via a lottery system, with pre-registration open via noarthotel.com. Part of the proceeds will be donated to The Netherlands Red Cross Society, Het Rode Kruis Amsterdam-Amstelland.
Head to the Facebook event for further details.
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