Old school jazz and hip hop: Delft has it all this weekend

Are you going to spend this weekend in Delft and are you looking for something fun to do? Read this article for some ideas, like a beach party in The Hague or an old-fashioned jazz concert.

Last year's party at Millers Beach. (Photo: Millers)

Welcome spring on the beach

Millers is a popular café, located at the Plein in The Hague. But did you know they also have a beach restaurant/club/terrace? This Friday, they are celebrating this year’s opening, and they could not have chosen a better weekend. So were you stuck in the library all week, studying for exams? Then what better way to let go of that stress than going to a fun party at the beach!

  • When: Friday, 21:00 – 03:00
  • Where: Millers Beach, Strandslag 7, The Hague
  • Entrance: free
  • Facebook event

Old school party in club Ciccionina

On Saturday night, club Ciccionina is holding a Déjà Vu party. It will be a trip down memory lane with old beats and tunes, mostly hip hop and R&B from the late ’90s. But it does not stop there as there will also be bubbling, reggaetón and hits from Dutch hip hop stars like Fouradi and Gio. To complete the nostalgic mood of the night, there is also a gaming area, where you can play old school games and relive your teenage years!

  • When: Saturday, 23:00 – 05:00
  • Where: Ciccionina, Delft
  • Entrance: free if you come before 00:30 and you are ‘aanwezig’ on the Facebook event, otherwise tickets are 5 euros

Jazzy Sundays in Delft

Sundays are made for relaxing with your friends, a few beers and ‘borrelhapjes’. If you like old school jazz, you can combine all these great things with a swinging performance by the Jazzy Rabbits in the Bebop jazz café. This band mostly plays authentic New Orleans jazz, and its inspiration includes Louis Armstrong, Clarence Williams and Bix Beiderbecke.

  • When: Sunday, 15:00 – 18:00
  • Where: Jazz café Bebop in the Kromstraat
  • Entrance: free
  • Facebook event


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