Jazz at the Plantage is back! This summer marks the 4th edition of this summer jazz festival. Visitors are invited to enjoy a series of jazz concerts in the atmospheric inner courtyard of the Hermitage Amsterdam and the wonderful garden of the Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam.

Jazz at the Plantage is a unique collaboration with the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, with focus on upcoming talents.
Keep an eye on the web page for more information about the bands that will be playing.

Saturdays at the Hermitage Amsterdam
From trio to quintet, every Saturday afternoon there is live jazz music in the courtyard of the Hermitage Amsterdam. Visitors can find a seat on the terrace or chill on the grass under the chestnut trees. The kiosk sells refreshing drinks and tasty snacks.

WHEN? Every Saturday afternoon in July and August from 4 pm on.
– Saturday 22 June
– Saturday 29 June
– Saturday 6 July
– Saturday 13 July
– Saturday 20 July
– Saturday 27 July
– Saturday 3 August
– Saturday 10 August
– Saturday 17 August
– Saturday 24 August

ENTRANCE? Free entrance to the garden!

Sundays at the Hortus Botanicus Amsterdam
On Sundays, the terrace of the Orangery in the Hortus Botanicus is the place to be! Every Sunday afternoon there is musicians playing under the monumental oaktree. There are mainly acoustic duos playing in this intimate setting. The garden and the Hortuscafé will be opened until 7 pm on Jazz Sundays!

WHEN? Every Sunday afternoon in July and August from 4:30 pm on.
– Sunday 30 June
– Sunday 7 July
– Sunday 14 July
– Sunday 21 July
– Sunday 28 July
– Sunday 4 August
– Sunday 11 August
– Sunday 18 August
– Sunday 25 August

ENTRANCE? You have to enter the botanical garden in order to attend the concert. Regular entrance prices apply (Adult €9,75). Buy your entrance tickets in advance in our webshop https://bit.ly/2KLhwo7

About Marcos Kosma

Working as Porter at the Intercontinental Amstel Amsterdam and photographer.
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