Amsterdam is a homeland to a great many music festivals and swanky Jazz clubs. And all through the year, the reverberating Jazz scene keeps pulling people back in. A rich tradition that garnered in the seventeenth century with many of the Jazz clubs set up then, still running today. If you ask us, what’s its like to visit a city that hosts a new concert almost every week? We’d say, absolutely incredible! In fact, both Amsterdam and Rotterdam invite the best of the best jazz musicians from across the world! And these artists perform in Holland’s most-prized bars, cafes, and clubs that emancipate a relaxed environment while highlighting some ingenious musical beats.
The Bimhuis is one such stylishly luxurious 19th-century club, situated inside an old furniture showroom. At the outset, this striking black-box of Jazz was set up by a bunch of progressive musicians, keen on building, a flourishing space for spontaneous performances. This venue is ideal if you want to socialize, participate, or get up close with the musicians by the waterfront. From inside this impressive contemporary restaurant, showcasing excellent acoustics, not only, can you enjoy a fantastic dinner with a great view but also, attend the bi-weekly workshop, if you plan your trip well in advance. You will not know what a great city, Amsterdam is, until you experience it from this riverfront concert hall. Everything from the unique architecture, small well-crafted menu, to the concerts command your attention. The Bimhuis also hosted the 17th-edition of the Sonic Acts Festival in 2017.
Weekdays: Opens at 6.30 PM Closes at 1.00 AM
Weekends: Opens at 6.30 PM Closes at 3.00 AM
Entry Fee: Free Admission however to attend a Concert, you need to buy Tickets
To Eat – Ceviche of fish of the day, Flat Iron Steak, and Lemon Ice cream with Vodka.
To Drink: Amsterdam Brew
Address: Piet Heinkade 3, 1019 BR Amsterdam, Netherlands