One is a new club connected to the recently closed Trouw.
Trouw mav have shut a few months ago, but Amsterdam looks to be getting three more 24-hour clubs thanks to permits approved by city mayor Eberhard van der Laan.
As RA reports, van der Laan has granted 24-hour licences to Radion, Cruquiusgilde and a new venue. Though the permits have not yet been officially granted, they are expected to be granted by the city council.
Radion and Cruquiusgilde opened in 2014 and 2013 respectively, while the third as yet unnamed venue is set to open in an old school building on Doctor Jan van Breemenstraat in the west of the city. According to Amsterdam newspaper Het Parool, the new club is being set up by some of the people behind Trouw.
Though Trouw closed in January, Amsterdam already has two venues with 24-hour licences – Tolhuistuin and Tower Overhoeks North. The news is in stark contrast to the UK, which this week saw Glasgow’s Arches club closed by the local authorities.