De School is set to play host to not two, not three, but four 31-hour Het Weekend raves over the next few months.
The Amsterdam club has revealed that the next four installments will take place on 11th April, 9th May, 30th May and 20th June.
De School will host another of its coveted Het Weekend parties during ADE.
The Amsterdam multi-purpose venue, which functions as a nightclub, gym, restaurant and gallery, has hosted two 62-hour parties since opening in 2016 and saw a 32-hour party curated by Call Super in December last year.
There's a techno rave in Holland's former Ministry of Social Affairs building this New Year's Eve, with legendary club PIP Den Haag behind the event.
Tickets will go on sale on Wednesday 21st November, and although the line-up is yet to be revealed we're expecting big things considering who is responsible. PIP has been an electronic beacon in the city's vibrant club scene for over a decade, attracting the elite of house, techno and other electronic sounds on a regular basis.
Call Super has curated the line-up to Het Weekend, a 32-hour party at Amsterdam’s De School, which will run from Saturday 8th December to Monday the 10th.
Objekt, DJ Stingray, Peach, Pearson Sound, SHYBOI, Bill Kouligas, Josey Rebelle, Gatto Fritto, Jasmín, Bass Clef (Live) and Pariah all join Call Super, alongside De School residents Oceanic and upsammy.
Amsterdam club De School will once again be hosting a 62-hour long party during this year’s ADE.
Starting on Friday 19th October and running straight through to Monday morning (22nd), the marathon party taking place in the former school building will feature sets from Marcel Dettmann, Copenhagen’s Courtesy, Timedance founder Batu, Eris Drew and more.
Amsterdam's multifaceted venue De School has unveiled its plans for its 62-hour ADE extravaganza during next month's music conference.
The venue has today unveiled the full 62-hour timetable of concerts, DJ sets and art exhibitions, which will be taking place at the old school across four different locations.
You can see the full breakdown of De School's ADE party below, but some of the main takeaways are sets from Young Marco, Job Jobse and Avalon Emerson.
Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE) took over the Dutch capital for five days between Wednesday 19th and Sunday 23rd October, for one of the biggest weekends of electronic music on the annual calendar.
Over 2,200 artists played more than 450 events across 120 of the best clubs, bars and venues in the city, as a relentless barrage of the world’s best parties all took place en masse.
One thing that came clear through the five days of raves is that, in terms of a quality to volume ratio, nobody does nightclubs quite like Amsterdam.
Amsterdam club De School has announced its first weekender, which is set to begin on Saturday 11th June and roll through until the following Monday morning.
I-F, RROXYMORE and Nachtdigital director Steffen Bennemann all kick things off on the Saturday, before White Material boss DJ Richard, Giegling associate Kettenkarussell, Prosumer and Tako all join a packed bill for the Sunday.
De School opened last year and is run by the people behind Amsterdam’s now closed Trouw nightclub, which itself ended with an epic 35-hour party in 2014.
De School is the exciting new venture from the team behind Trouw, and the Amsterdam club has just announced its jam-packed March 2016 schedule.
Kicking things off with Beatrice Dillon, Lutto Lento & U, highlights throughout the month include Steffi, Call Super, Interstellar Funk, Job Jobse, Ben UFO, Bambounou and Lucy. Phew!
The intimate space, which is in a disused school's bicycle storage area, has a limited capacity of just 500 guests.
Following rumours that first circulated back in May, an official statement from Amsterdam's Mayor has given approval for a new nightclub from the team behind now-deceased nightclub, Trouw.
Just like Trouw, the new venue, titled De School, will run for just five years under a temporary license and will be situated in a disused school's bicycle storage area, with a limited capacity of just 500 guests.