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Exhibition at Rijksmuseum: All the Rembrandts @ rijksmuseum
Exhibition at Rijksmuseum: All the Rembrandts @ Rijksmuseum

Sketcher of selfies and etcher of Instagram stories – the first ever comprehensive display of Rembrandt’s work at the Rijksmuseum shows the ‘rebel’ 17th century artist in a new light.

The display, Alle Rembrandts, opens on Friday and runs until 10th June, and is predicted to be a blockbuster.

For the first time, the museum in Amsterdam is showing all of its 22 paintings, 60 drawings and the best prints of its 300 etchings by the Leiden-born artist Rembrandt van Rijn.

Many of these fragile pieces – which are displayed in a dramatic half-light– have been in storage waiting for the exhibition and will afterwards go back to recover.

Taco Dibbits, general director of the Rijksmuseum, predicts the exhibition showing Rembrandt’s keen observation of daily life as well as his power as a grandiose storyteller would strike a chord with the modern public.

‘The Rijksmuseum has the world’s largest and most representative oversight of Rembrandt’s work, and for the first time we are showing everything in the house,’ said Dibbits at a press viewing.

‘When you walk into this exhibition, you walk into Rembrandt’s life – Rembrandt the rebel, who does not follow the rules of art, who isn’t about beauty but about the raw reality. He draws all of us in our beauty, our ugliness, our imperfections, joy and grief.’

He said that he was personally most struck by the often tiny etches and drawings of Rembrandt, showing his bedroom, his wife Saskia in pregnancy and terminal sickness and – most of all – himself.

‘He draws himself like no other artist,’ said Dibbits, ‘with more selfies – if I could call them that – than you can imagine. He often “photographs” himself, and he was the first artist to put himself, his friends, and family, the landscape, even a shell, into an etching.’

Erik Hinterding, curator of the exhibition, said it aimed to display the engaging, personal quality of his work from quick sketches of funny faces to the human faces painted into imagined Biblical scenes.

‘He was a sort of Instagrammer,’ he said. ‘He made kind of snapshots of what was happening at home, with his wife Saskia [sick] in bed: no artist before him had let us into his bedroom, and it really touches you. It’s so personal.’

The exhibition is organised in two halves: the first, focusing on Rembrandt’s observations of people and everyday life from his father and mother to a random man, woman and child urinating in public. The second shows how he dramatised these real faces into grand scenes from the Bible and large-scale paintings.

His sketches and etchings – works needled into a copper plate, treated with acid and then printed – are often tiny. Some show him pulling faces, visages lined with wrinkles or salacious images – a man looking up a woman’s skirt, or a woman sitting naked with a man’s hat on the table beside her.

According to Dibbits, this mixture of observation of the ordinary plus extraordinary ability is what makes Rembrandt’s art so ‘recognisable’. ‘Rembrandt is for everyone – it’s for the world.’

The display is part of a series of exhibitions across the Netherlands in honour of the artist, 350 years after his death. The Rijksmuseum has also published its first biography, aiming to tell a fact-based tale of the life of the ‘rebel’ and miller’s son alongside his works.

Visitors can listen to an audio explanation of the new show in four languages via the museum’s app as well as through conventional devices.

Source: dutchnews.nl

Japanese Garden Open @ clingendael estate
Japanese Garden Open @ Clingendael Estate | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

The magnificent Japanese Garden will reopen its doors for 6 weeks only from Saturday, 27 April to Sunday, 9 June so you can admire the spring colours in their full glory. The garden will be open daily from 9.00 to 20.00 hrs. during this 6-week period.

The Japanese Garden was created in the beginning of the 20th century by the former owner of the country estate of Clingendael, Marguérite M. Baroness van Brienen (1871-1939), also called Lady Daisy. Lady Daisy sailed off a number of times by ship to Japan and brought back to the Netherlands a number of lanterns, a water cask, sculptures, the pavilion, the little bridges and several plants. The original design with the serene pond, meandering brook and the winding pathways has remained intact all these years.

The Municipality of The Hague has always taken great care of the Japanese Garden because of its uniqueness and tremendous historical value. The garden was placed on the list of national historical monuments in 2001. Due to its fragility, the garden can be visited only during 2 short periods of the year.

More info
You can find more information under Japanese Garden in Clingendael Park.

Solo’s at the Sea @ beach club de fuut
Solo's at the Sea @ Beach Club de Fuut | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

Solo’s @The Sea
Talented choreographers, dancers and actors will present a solo or monologue in ‘Solo’s @The Sea’. The Hague-based dance company De Dutch Don’t Dance Division (DeDDDD) is organising another edition of this mini festival at beach pavilion De Fuut from 1 to 31 May.

A dancer or actor must have a strong personality in order to perform a good solo. A performance on the beach means there is no backdrop apart from the ever changing view of the sea, sky and dunes.

The concept behind ‘Solo’s @The Sea’ was initiated by artistic leaders Thom Stuart and Rinus Sprong for the first time in 2008. It is now part of the annual programme of De Dutch Don’t Dance Division. Every solo piece is specially created for this location.

The audience will enjoy an ever-changing and intimate programme during a 3-course dinner. Thanks to the relaxed atmosphere at beach pavilion De Fuut, it will be a very ‘light’ performance. A bit of Dutch may be spoken.

More info
‘Solo’s @The Sea’ will be performed by De Dutch Don’t Dance Division from Wednesday, 1 May to Friday, 31 May at beach pavilion De Fuut on the Zuiderstrand (Strandslag 10) in The Hague. Take Tram 12 to the Markenseplein stop.

The evening starts at 18.30 hrs. Tickets cost € 42.50 including a 3-course dinner and can be reserved in advance by sending an email to info@defuut.nl.

More information about the beach restaurant at www.defuut.nl.

TONG TONG Fair @ malieveld
TONG TONG Fair @ Malieveld | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

Visit the biggest Eurasian festival in the world and embrace music and dance from East and West. This year’s Tong Tong Fair will be held from 23 May to 2 June on the Malieveld. The event is a cultural festival, exhibition and food fest rolled into one.
The fair is held in an archipelago of tents and stands. One of the biggest attractions is the Tong Tong Festival, with hundreds of performances spread over 9 days. The daily entry ticket for the Tong Tong Fair also includes a theatre pass for the Tong Tong Festival.

Grand Pasar and Food Court
If you don’t have the time or money to travel all the way to Southeast Asia, come to the Tong Tong Fair in The Hague and imagine that you are in the East. The Tong Tong Fair comprises the immense Grand Pasar, the famous East-West exhibition with hundreds of stands offering Eastern merchandise and food.

Many of the exhibitors come all the way from Indonesia especially for the event; a growing number come from Vietnam and Malaysia. Equally famous is the Food Court with dozens of restaurants and ‘warungs’; it is one of the biggest of its kind in Europe.

Theatre programme
Tong Tong Fair
The international Tong Tong Festival takes place in 4 theatres on the fair site. The Tong Tong Podium is where the major music, dance and fashion artists perform. The intimate Tong-Tong-Theater presents lectures, interviews (mostly in Dutch, but increasingly in English too), acoustic and theatrical performances.

In the Bengkel (studio) you are welcome to participate in all kinds of workshops: in music, dance, art, cooking and lots more. The festival has had the pleasure of welcoming artists, writers, lecturers and master chefs from Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, Cambodia, Sri Lanka and the United States in recent years.

Festival information
The festival will be open daily from 23 May to 2 June from 11.00 to 22.00 hrs.


Dutch Brewery Days @ various places
Dutch Brewery Days @ Various places

Dutch Brewery Days – 24, 25 & 26 May 2019
On 24, 25 and 26 of May hundreds of Dutch breweries open their doors for public. During these days brewers organize brewing demonstrations, beer tastings and presentations about their beers and the great variety of flavors that are brewed throughout the Netherlands. For more information and addresses click here.

54 breweries all over the country are taking part. On Friday 25 breweries are open, Saturday 45 and on Sunday 35. You can check it out here:


Open Doek Festival (Short Films) @ lantaren venster
Open Doek Festival (Short Films) @ Lantaren Venster | Rotterdam | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

From 24 until 26 May the Rotterdams Open Doek Festival takes place. Three days filled a broad programme of short films.

About Open Doek

Rotterdams Open Doek is the place for Rotterdam short films. Only talent counts, there are no rules, no themes, no age limits and there’s no distinction between amatures and professionals. Discover new films by famous film makers and meet the stars of the future.

With dozens of premieres of national and international short films, an extensive masterclass program, talk shows, exhibitions, video installations and a bustling festival market the fourth edition of the Rotterdam Open Doek Film promises to be a spectacular festival! In addition to the award Best Short Film (season 2018-2019), this year there will also be an Audience Award and a Special Mention.


You can check the progamme here: http://www.rotterdamsopendoek.nl/


Rotterdam Architechture Month @ post office and other locations
Rotterdam Architechture Month @ Post Office and other locations

FRI 24 MAY UNTIL SUN 16 JUNE – Rotterdam Architechture Months

Exhibitions, debates, rooftop parties, excursions and sleepovers at an architects’ place: in May/June Rotterdam is all about architecture. With a fully loaded programme, there’s not just fun activities for architects, but for everyone else as well!

Post podium buiten
During Rotterdam Architecture Month (RAM) the former post office at the Coolsingel transforms into the stage for Rotterdam architecture: POST Podium.

At POST Podium you will find an extensive architecture program for a whole month! There will be lectures, debates, movie nights and music. During the weekends, the post office can be visited free of charge and is also the information point for the many excursions and events that take place during the Rotterdam Architecture Month.

Rrrollend Leiden – Food Festival @ pieterskerkplein
Rrrollend Leiden - Food Festival @ Pieterskerkplein | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

Rrrollend Leiden
Dozens of mobile kitchens will roll up on Leiden’s Pieterkerkplein. For 3 days you can enjoy trying exotic wraps, unusual grilled sandwiches, exclusive burgers, Dutch delicacies and much more.

In addition to the enormous open-air restaurant the event will be made even more colourful by an extensive musical line-up and extra entertainment for the kids. Rrrollend Food Truck Festivals are known for having no stages or sound amplification as well as for featuring one-of-a-kind musicians and acts.

Come and enjoy a drink, listen to the best singer-songwriters and try some of the newest culinary concoctions at one of the many hip kitchens.

More info

Friday, 24 May from 17.00 to 23.00 hrs.
Saturday, 25 May 12.00 to 23.00 hrs.

Sunday, 26 May 14.00 to 21.00 hrs.

Entrance is free of charge. The food trucks and bars work with PIN payments (no cash).

More information can be found on the Facebook page

Sniester Festival (Music, Theatre and Food) @ various locations
Sniester Festival (Music, Theatre and Food) @ Various locations | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

The 3-day long Sniester festival takes place from 24 to 26 May around in 11 different locations in The Hague. The centre of the city’s music scene will be turned into a summer paradise for fantastic live music and theatre with 80 mind-blowing acts.

The word ‘sniester’ comes from the Middle Dutch word for explosives and organisers are using the warning texts on the packaging ‘Lay on the ground. Light Fire. Get ready!’ to introduce this summer festival. Sniester will be about an explosion of great vibes, enthusiasm, adventure and artistic expression.

Great music talent
Well-known international and home-grown talent as well as up-and-coming local talent will all feature on the indoor and outdoor stages.

In addition to loads of music the highly-accessible programme offers a wide spectrum of activities and shows, including exclusive solo performances in the Sniester bus and the pop-up gay café De Pink.

Sniester Junior
Children aged 4 to 12 years can enjoy the special Sniester Junior Sunday from 13.00 to 17.00 hrs. on Sunday, 26 May with a skelter race, tattoo shop, cooking class, a huge sand dune and loads of other activities. This day is free of charge.

More info
The 3-day festival takes place starting at 17.30 hrs. on Friday, 24 May and 14.00 hrs. on Saturday, 25 May in the Popdistrict in The Hague. Participating locations include Paard, Paardcafé, Bleyenberg, Het Magazijn, September, de Zwarte Ruiter, Rootz, Humanity House, de Gekke Geit, Grey Space Basement and café Zèta: de Slèta

A day ticket costs € 17.50 while an all-inclusive weekend pass costs € 27.50. Tickets can be purchased online at www.sniester.nl/tickets.

For more information about the programme go to www.sniester.nl.

Bicycle Race: Ronde van Katendrecht @ katendrecht
Bicycle Race: Ronde van Katendrecht @ Katendrecht | Rotterdam | South Holland | Netherlands

This cycling race has a real festival vibe. Register to participate or simply enjoy the bands, DJ’s and attractions surrounding the race.

Even if you’re not a fan of cycling, there’s still fun to be had at this festival! Live music, DJ’s, theater and kids’ attractions offer plenty to do for everyone.  Music performances will differ from Soul by Georgina Peach & the savoys to Jukebox  music by the Groovy Gents and make this a versatile day for everyone. Keep an eye on the festival website and facebook page for the latest updates.

It starts on Friday night.

Please find the programme here

And see the different races here

North Sea Regatta @ beach of scheveningen
North Sea Regatta @ Beach of Scheveningen | The Hague | South Holland | Netherlands

North Sea Regatta
The annual North Sea Regatta kicks off on 28 May with the start of the Vuurschepenrace in the Scheveningen Harbour. During Whitsun Weekend (7-10 June), Scheveningen becomes the epicentre of Dutch competitive sailing.

The North Sea Regatta is The Hague’s annual sailing festival. Each year during Whitsun weekend (7 to 10 June), Scheveningen is transformed into the epicentre of Dutch competitive sailing. There will be all kinds of boats, with a total of around 2,000 sailors heading for the coast of The Hague.

The boating events
On Tuesday, 28 May the starting shot sounds for the 110-mile Vuurschepenrace from Scheveningen to Harwich, on the coast of England. Dozens of yachts will be battling the elements on the open sea. The traditional Vuurschepenrace is the first race of the North Sea Regatta.

Special for spectators
If you’d like to stake out a super spot to watch the races, why not get up and close on a powerboat? In addition to the prize ceremonies, there will be drinks, food and dancing in the evenings.

More information
For more information about the North Sea Regatta, visit nsr.nl.

Rrrollend The Hague – Food Festival @ lange voorhout
Rrrollend The Hague - Food Festival @ Lange Voorhout | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

Rrrollend Den Haag
The Hague’s Lange Voorhout will be transformed into an open-air restaurant during another edition of Rrrollend Den Haag on Ascension Weekend, from Thursday 30 May to Sunday 2 June.

Dozens of mobile kitchens will roll up on The Hague’s most stately avenue. For 4 days you can enjoy trying exotic wraps, unusual grilled sandwiches, exclusive burgers, Dutch delicacies and much more.

In addition to the enormous open-air restaurant the event will be made even more colourful by an extensive musical line-up and extra entertainment for the kids. Rrrollend Food Truck Festivals are known for having no stages or sound amplification as well as for featuring one-of-a-kind musicians and acts.

Come and enjoy a drink, listen to the best singer-songwriters and try some of the newest culinary concoctions at one of the many hip kitchens.

More info
Rrrollend Den Haag takes place on the Lange Voorhout on:

Thursday, 30 May from 14 to 23h

Friday, 31 May from 14 to 23 hrs.
Saturday, 1 June from 14to 23 hrs.

Sunday, 2 June from 14 to 21 hrs.

Entrance is free of charge. The food trucks and bars work with PIN payments (no cash).

More information can be found on the Facebook page

Mals – Vegan Food and Music Festival @ heemraadsplein
Mals - Vegan Food and Music Festival @ Heemraadsplein

Vegan food festival with exclusively vegan food trucks and market stalls, in addition to workshops and music performances.

This summer, the second edition of MALS – Vegan Food & Music Festival will take place in Heemraadsplein.
Browse through the market stalls and let your taste buds get acquainted with a variety of vegan delights. From vegan Asian to old-fashioned comfort food and roti: over 40 food trucks are ready to provide you with the tastiest snacks. Enjoy a variety of musical performances while enjoying delicious craft beers and natural wines, or participate in a workshop.

Keep an eye on the festival’s website for the latest news.

Rotterdam Rooftop Days (Rotterdamse Dakendagen) @ various rooftops
Rotterdam Rooftop Days (Rotterdamse Dakendagen) @ Various Rooftops | Rotterdam | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

The Rotterdam Rooftop Days (Rotterdamse Dakendagen) offer a weekend-long access to the upper city. During these days you can visit twenty open rooftops and experience an extensive program of tours, concerts, art, nature and dinners at great height.

Visit one of the twenty open rooftops during the Rotterdam Rooftop Days.
Enjoy spectacular views and new perspectives in the upper city.
An extensive program of tours, concerts, nature and dinners.
During the festival, about twenty Rotterdam rooftops can be visited  with a Dakpas (rooftop pass for 8,50 Euro) Special events and (guided) tours complement this program. On the Friday, kick off with Knowledge Day; a program for professionals (such as city developers and architects) who (want to) make use of rooftops in an unprecedented way.

The right-under-your-roof tour takes you to the unknown spaces of Rotterdam (at a height, but not outside). With a ticket, explore the hidden areas between ceiling and roof of the Central Station, the Laurenskerk and the Markthal.

For those who love beautiful views and are entirely ok with heights, there is a special tour along the highest rooftops of the city. A perfect chance to take in the vistas and make panoramic snapshots.

Culture on rooftops, the specials
The ‘Iftar on the roof’ (the Ramadan meal after sunset) is very popular. During the Rooftop Days you can book a rooftop table and enjoy a program full of music, sunset and delicious food. Visitors who do not fast are also welcome to experience this.

In addition, the quintessential Rotterdam Square Cinema will be adorned with an annex on the sloping parking deck of the Bijenkorf. Here, during the festival, films will be shown in the open air where special cityscapes play a starring role.

Visit the Rotterdam Rooftop Days
During the Rotterdam Rooftop Days, the open roofs can only be visited with a rooftop pass, which is valid for one day (on Saturday or Sunday). Tickets for tours or specials do not require a rooftop pass, but with a pass you get a discount on tour tickets. Rooftop passes are on sale via the Rotterdam Rooftop Days website, starting from April onwards. Ticket sales for tours and specials start in May.

Here you can find the rooftops you can visit:https://rotterdamsedakendagen.nl/plattegrond/

Haagse Wereld Hapjes culinary festival @ lange voorhout
Haagse Wereld Hapjes culinary festival @ Lange Voorhout | Den Haag | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

The Haagse Wereld Hapjes food festival takes place on the Lange Voorhout at Whitsun Weekend from Friday, 7 June to Monday, 10 June.  Some 25 local Hague restaurants will present their ethnic kitchens during the food festival.

WELCOME at the site of Haagse Wereld Hapjes, thanks for visiting us. The Hague has so many restaurants with cuisines from all over the world, that’s why we bring those cuisines together from 7 June till 10 June on the Lange Voorhout.

How much fun is it to have well known and lesser known kitchens in one place to discover and taste their delicious food?

Friday the 7th of June the third edition of the festival Haagse Wereld Hapjes will start! For three days, enjoy all the delights and good music.

The festival for everyone! For young and old.

Whether you want a fun night out? To have a extraordinary lunch, or an afternoon to enjoy with the kids? Haagse Wereld Hapjes is the place to be.

In the afternoons there are activities for kids, the restaurants will have special menus prepared.

Friday, 7 June from 16.00 to midnight

Saturday, 8 June from 12.00 to midnight
Sunday, 9 June from 13.00 to midnight
Monday, 10 June from 13.00 to 23.00 hrs.

Entrance to the food festival is free of charge. You can pay for the food and drinks with tokens.

More information about the food festival can be found at www.haagsewereldhapjes.nl.

Jazz in Duketown – Jazzfestival @ center of den bosch
Jazz in Duketown - Jazzfestival @ Center of Den Bosch  | 's Hertogenbosch | North Brabant | Netherlands

Jazz in Duketown in Den Bosch

A real tip, see another town, namely Den Bosch and enjoy a free Jazz festival at the same time. From Friday to Monday throughout the picturesque center of Den Bosch.
There is something for all: saxophones, jazz orchestra, Cuban rhythms and so much more…. you can walk from one stage to the other.

Rrrollend Rotterdam – Food Festival @ museumpark
Rrrollend Rotterdam - Food Festival @ Museumpark | Rotterdam | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands
  1. Rrrollend means food, drinks and fun. Enjoy the diversity of performances by local heroes, try the best special beers and enjoy the food of your choice.

In short, lots of fun to be had at Rrrollend Rotterdam! Noordplein!


Friday from 17: 00 to 23: 00,
Saturday, from 14: 00 to 23: 00

Sunday, from 14:00 to 23:00

Monday from 12: 00 to 21: 00

It is a cashless event. You can pay with your pincard only!


Utrecht Gin Festival @ prison wolvenplein
Utrecht Gin Festival @ Prison Wolvenplein

This year for the 3rd time the Gin Festival will take place in Utrecht. On Friday 7 and Saturday 8 June prison Wolvenplein will be transformed into the Gin-temple of Utrecht. More than 100 great brands from home and abroad come together to present themselves. It can be tasted, that is included in the entrance price, different masterclasses are followed, but above all you can enjoy an ice-cold Gin-Tonic with good company!

Joy Asian Streetfood Festival @ griftpark
Joy Asian Streetfood Festival @ Griftpark

Sushi lovers, Asian Street Food, karaoke and relaxation massages can indulge in Asian delicacies in September, marvel at the richly decorated grounds and enjoy the accompanying entertainment and a DJ who entertains in the evenings. This year, dozens of food trucks serve a varied selection of the tastiest Asian Street Food dishes at Griftpark for three days. Sushi & Asian Street Food Festival JOY is free and suitable for all ages.

This spring, the JOY festival will transform Griftpark into a vibrant open-air restaurant with an Asian touch. At the kaitensushi – sushi on the assembly line – visitors can show their chopstick skills. The mobile food trucks also serve tasty Asian Street Food including Yakitori, Bao Buns, Poké Bowls and Japanese poffertjes. The dishes are served on colorful plates and in sizzling steam baskets. The beverage range consists of refreshing drinks, cold beers, a good glass of wine and exotic creations from the cocktail bar. The playful decor with a colorful collection of cheerful lanterns and Japanese umbrellas fits in with the bustling atmosphere.

Visitors can play their singing qualities during a karaoke session, challenge friends to nostalgic arcade games in the game room, relax at a wonderful yoga class or relaxation massage and learn the intricacies of Japanese cuisine at a sushi workshop. A DJ closes the evenings musically. A children’s program has been prepared for the youngest guests, with cooking workshops, craft activities, theater and games such as mikado and sumo wrestling.

Sushi & Asian Streetfood Festival JOY is free of charge. When ordering the first drink you pay a one-off fee of € 2.50 for your festival glass. This contribution saves tens of thousands of plastic cups & you contribute to a clean Griftpark. There is a “pin-only” policy in the field.

Dordt in Stoom (Steam Power Event) @ dordrecht
Dordt in Stoom (Steam Power Event) @ Dordrecht | Dordrecht | Zuid-Holland | Netherlands

On June 5-7 the largest steam power event in Europe will be held for the 19th time in Dordrecht, which is just south of Rotterdam.

Organisers expect 250,000 visitors at this celebration of stream. Admission to ‘Dordt in Steam’ is free, however, a day-ticket (‘Stoomrondje Dordt’) can be purchased for round trips on historic stream transport.

On Friday evening, Dordt in Steam will open with an impressive naval parade on the river.

Dordt in Steam is spread across two areas in the city which are linked with (steam)ships, steam trains and old-timer buses.

By purchasing a day-ticket for the ‘Stoomrondje Dordt’, the visitor will have access to the various forms of historic transport at the event. It also includes admission to the Model Building Show. The day-ticket is available at all departure points. Be aware that a round trip lasts at least three hours!

In the picturesque harbour area next to the Groothoofd, Kuipershaven, Wolwevershaven and the Merwekade, dozens of steam-powered ships, machines and vehicles will be on view.

Steamboats will be make round trips on the river. For children, miniature steam trains will also be operating. Various (steam)ships will also be open for visitors.

International participants will display model trains, miniature steam powered machinery and model ships in a large model building show. You can travel by steamtrain or steamboat to visit this great Model Builing Show.

Sidewalk cafes and live music will add to steamy atmosphere.


Source TheHagueOnline