Type to search

Amsterdam Open Air 2014



After three unforgettable and above all sunshiny editions, Amsterdam Open Air returns to recreational park Gaasperpark once again. During the weekend of June 7th and 8th you can revel in an immense, musical, culinary and cultural program and there is an option to stay the night and dance at our campsite. 

With five main stages, four intimate stages and a chill island, the festival offers something for everyone.  This year’s hosts are FORMAT, GirlsLoveDJs, Apenkooi, STRAF_WERK, Open Air by MTV, WEITER, PLAK, Jongens vd Wereld, PaardenKracht, Super Social, SFFRMKRS, Tomorrow Is Now, Kid! and BAWS and features acts including Tensnake, Maribou State, Bakermat, Skip & Die, and Dio on Saturday.

On Sunday they are going all out with performances by Hudson Mohawke, a Bonobo DJ set, Four Tet and from our own Dutch soil, Dekmantel Soundsystem, Job Jobse and Elias Mazian. FORMAT will launch the weekend at full speed with the likes of Matador, Ambivalent and Steve Rachmad on Saturday.FORMAT’s godfather Juan Sanchez will jump behind the decks on Saturday and Sunday. Planetary Assault Systems, Oscar Mulero and DVS1 amongst others will be joining him on Sunday.

Other acts include Apenkooi, Jongens van de Wereld, DJ Sneak, Butch, Jordan PeakWilliam Kouam Djoko, Jongens van de Wereld, KiNK, Ben Pearce,Deetron, Tom Trago, Martin Garrix, The Jillionaire & Walshy Fire (Major Lazer), Oliver Heldens, Tchami, The Flexican & MC Sef, Yellow ClawMr. Belt & Wezol, Olivier Weiter, WEITER,  Agoria, Mind Against and DJ Tennis, Adana Twins, Amine Edge & DANCE, Rampa & Re.You and Tapesh.

The pre-sale has started and the early birds have flown. Guests can purchase a weekend ticket for €69,50, a camping ticket for €99,50 or a day ticket for €44,50. The campsite is open from Friday June 6th 12:00 till Monday June 9th 12:00.

More information available through www.amsterdamopenair.nl

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

  • 1

You Might also Like

Leave a Comment

Next Up