Amsterdam's 24 hour party people have got three more choices

House | Wednesday 20th May 2015 | Arren

A city that is already world famous for its clubbing has just granted three venues 24 hour licenses, leaving ravers plenty of time to dance. The mayor of Amsterdam, Eberhard van de Laan, has given out these non-stop party licenses to the venues Radion and Cruquiusgilde, and a new venue set to open in the west of the city.

The new venue is said to be linked with the minds behind the late club Trouw that closed its doors for the last time in January this year. The venture is reported to open on the site of a former school on Doctor Jan van Breeman street.

These extended opening hours have been granted in order to further boost the city's already incredible nightlife and brings the number of 24 hour party palaces in the city up to five. We didn't really need more excuses to go clubbing in Amsterdam, but we've got them!