Concerts in Amsterdam in March, April and May

As spring starts to peep around the corner, music and dancing are on our minds more and more.

Amsterdam’s got you covered, as some of the top names in international music will be performing! Here are our picks for the must-see concerts in March, April and May!

Please note that ticket prices do not include service or membership charges that may be applicable to the purchase price.

Concerts in March

Our picks for March are:


- Date: March 7
- Where: Paradiso, Tolhuistuin
- Tickets: 14 euros
- Genre: disco, funk, punk, house and afrobeat
Pumping bass and sexy voices with a punk attitude, with Stereo Lad as warm-up act.



- Date: March 10
- Where: Heineken Music Hall
- Tickets: 29 euros
- Genre: Drum ‘n Bass
Rudimental are an East-London quartet on a mission to bring the soul back to electronic music.


London Calling

- Date: March 11
- Where: Paradiso
- Tickets: 17,50 euros
- Genre: Pop
This pop festival presents new alternative and indy rock bands from around the world.

Pink Floyd Project

- Date: March 12
- Where: Q-Factory
- Tickets: 29 euros
- Genre: Rock
A Pink Floyd tribute band performs together with Pink Floyd vocalist Durga McBroom.

Caravan Place

- Date: March 16
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 19 euros
- Genre: Jazz and electro swing
A swinging French troupe with classical jazz schooling and a love for electro.


DJ Krush

- Date: March 23
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 15 euros
- Genre: Hip-hop
The Japanese turntable wizard who was already a legend of instrumental hip-hop back when we called it trip-hop.

Balkan Beat Bar

- Date: March 24
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 5 euros
- Genre: Balkan Beat
Various fresh and popping bands from Belgium, Budapest and more.

John Digweed

- Date: March 25
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 23 euros
- Genre: Progressive
A strong set of progressive sounds, from deep-house to techno and ambient.

John Digweed


- Date: March 31
- Where: Q-Factory
- Tickets: 17,50 euros
- Genre: Rap
This Canada-born hardcore rapper delivers a fearless night of hip-hop and rhythm.


Concerts in April

Our picks for April are:

Noisia Invites: Pendulum DJ Set & Verse / Noisia / The Upbeats / Ganz e.a.

- Date: April 1
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 25 euros
- Genre: Drum ‘n Bass
Noisia Invites returns with a massive line-up of club legends who deliver relentless beats and banging bass lines.

Yiannis Kotsiras

- Date: April 3
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 33 euros
- Genre: Acoustic
For the first time, famous Greek singer Yiannis Kotsiras will perform in the Netherlands.


Lee Scratch Perry + The Mad Professor

- Date: April 9
- Where: Q-Factory
- Tickets: 22,50 euros
- Genre: Dub and reggae
These living legends worked with the greats and are two of the godfathers of dub music.

Junior Kelly / The Wailing Souls / Daniel Bambaata Marley

- Date: April 21
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 35 euros
Festival Rototom Sunsplash tours through Europe, presenting legendary Jamaican top performers.

Concerts in May

Our picks for May are:


- Date: May 7
- Where: Paradiso
- Tickets: 23,50 euros
- Genre: Singer-songwriter
This young musician has worked together with music industry greats like Chris Brown, Future, Stargate, Redwine, DJ Marley Waters and DJ Mustard.



- Date: May 8
- Where: Melkweg
- Tickets: 20 euros
- Genre: Punk
The Buzzcocks is a British punk band that’s been big since 1975. They’re touring to celebrate their 40th anniversary.


Quantic Live @ North Sea Jazz Club

- Date: May 10
- Where: North Sea Jazz Club
- Tickets: 20 euros
- Genre: Soul, latin, afrobreat and electro
British musician and producer DJ Quantic developed his own progressive and enigmatic sound, and took over the music world.


Iggy Pop - Post Pop Depression Tour

- Date: May 10
- Where: Heineken Music Hall
- Tickets: 64,90 euros
- Genre: Punk, rock
Iggy Pop and Josh Homme secretly created a special album together, which will be presented in a show together with Arctic Monkeys drummer Matt Helders and Queens of the Stone Age member Dean Fertita.

Bryan Adams

- Date: May 24
- Where: Ziggo Dome
- Tickets: 39-56 euros
- Genre: Rock
Bryan Adams is the most successful solo rock artist from Canada.

Il Divo

- Date: May 25
- Where: Ziggo Dome
- Tickets: 53,90 euros
- Genre: Latin cross-over
Il Divo presents a romantic set in light of their new album Amor & Pasion.


Alexandra van Kampen


Alexandra van Kampen

English and Japanese theatre and culture are my forte. My mother was raised in England, and my grandmother in Japan. I studied Japanese Language and Culture, and Film and Photographic...

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