Dutch collective No Art, founded by ANOTR, will be taking over Amsterdam’s A’DAM Toren and Sir Adam Hotel to host a socially distanced festival combining music, art and fine dining on June 20.

Attendees to the 24-hour event will also be provided with a room for accommodation, and socially distanced guidelines as directed by the RIVM (The National Institute for Public Health and the Environment) will be followed throughout.

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The programme will feature live music, DJ sets, immersive art and a three-hour dinner.

Guests will experience various areas in groups of 30, before returning to hotel rooms, which will be capped at a maximum of four.

Each room will have a pro soundsystem and Smart TV which will be connected to a live stream from A’DAM’s The Loft space, as well as every other hotel room, Zoom. Line-up details are still to be announced.

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Guests will not be permitted to leave their rooms during the final part of the festival. A mobile bar will journey through the venue providing refreshments.

Tickets will be allocated a lottery system, with pre-registration open noarthotel.com. Part of the proceeds will be donated to The Netherlands Red Cross Society, Het Rode Kruis Amsterdam-Amstelland.

Head to the Facebook event for further details.

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A socially distanced festival is taking place in Amsterdam next month
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