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Feeling the impact of the pandemic in more ways than none, the Dutch government has proceeded with a latest attempt at supporting the country's cultural activities, as an additional €56.5 million have been made available towards the sector that has faced some of the most costly damages during these unprecedented times. Having only just recently reignited hope for better days

More than 350 organisations from the Dutch event industry are backing a protest march dubbed "Unmute Us" this Saturday, against current restrictions in place that have essentially wiped out festival season in the Netherlands. Last week, the Dutch government outlined that they were to be continuing with the current restrictions that prevent multi-day festivals with overnight stays until at least September 19. The announcement has

popular Dutch festival promoter ID&T has decided to file a lawsuit against the Dutch government in order to bar the recent measures adopted by the administration restricting live events. In fact, the organisation believes these measures are not lawful. The restrictions announced by the Dutch government state that due to the recent rise on COVID-19 cases, only small one-day events can

Cancel your October plans (if you had any of course!) because Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), Amsterdam's premium international club festival, could return later this year. The green light has been given to music festivals like ADE as part of a new measure called the 'Event Cancellation Fund', and it's all thanks to the Dutch Government. While the Covid pandemic remains prevalent, the