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Festival Preview: Spring Break Amsterdam


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Amsterdam’s metro-festival is taking over the city for another year, this time bringing a host of big names and brand spanking new venues. 

Starting as a small collective of around 400 festival keen-beans, Spring Break has skyrocketed to popularity and has become one of Europe’s must-visit festival experiences. This year alone the Dam is expecting 7,000 people descending on its calm streets to party late into the night.

By day, the metro-festival offers punters the chance to get lost in extensive and eclectic arts and culture exhibitions, museums, cafes, bike and boat rides, and everything in between that makes the ‘Dam, the ‘Dam. Ticket prices include guidance from the locals about the best places to explore, the best deals on accommodation and help with cultural excursions – if you count an all-night boat party as a cultural excursion. By night, the city turns into one big festival map. With over 50 acts spread across 5 ‘stages’, which are venues deeply embedded in the local nightlife scene; Melkweg, Air, Escape, Club NYX and newly announced Claire.

The 2018 line-up rounds up some of the biggest and baddest names in drum and bass, house and grime, kicking off with a massive headline set from Chase and Status. My Nu Leng, Big Narstie, Wiley, General Levy, Shy FX and Artful Dodger are to name but a few other names lined up for Spring Break’s biggest year yet.

The festival will run from the 8th-10th April, with ticket packages to suit all budgets. Entry to the festival alone costs £99, granting entry to each club event over the three days. Festival tickets plus accommodation start at around £180, with coach services running from most major UK cities for £65 return.

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