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Annual Dance Valley Festival in Holland

Amsterdam Events: Guide to the Annual Dance Valley Festival in Holland

Held in the Netherlands, on an annual basis, the Dance Valley Festival is a very popular event that draws in crowds of people to Amsterdam. The festival is usually conducted at Spaarnwoude during the month of July.

The first Dance Valley Festival was held in the year 1995 and was considered to be a grand success. The event drew in a crowd of over 8,000 people that year, and by the year 2000, the number of participants increased to 90,000. The Annual Dance Valley Festival was originally held during the first week of the month of August, but was later rescheduled due to the fact that it coincided with the UDC Festival.

Spurred on by its yearly success, the Dance Valley Festival then expanded to become a three-day event that appealed to dance enthusiasts from all over the world. Today, the Dance Valley festivalDance Valley Festival is the most popular dance event in the world.

Aside from dance concerts and performance routines, the Dance Valley Festival also hosts extreme sporting events like BMX and skateboarding competitions. The festival also encourages the attention of world class DJ’s who use the event as a platform to perform for the thousands of spectators in attendance.

If you are planning to attend the Dance Valley Festival, it is advisable to make arrangements for your accommodation a week in advance. You will find a wide range of accommodation options available in Amsterdam ranging from luxury hotels to campsites that have been specially set up in preparation for the event. There are a number of campsites and trailer parking lots available for use. Would-be participants are advised to plan ahead and bring their own supplies like canned goods, clothes, and camping supplies.

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Time of year: July annually.

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Extra ideas: Another event worth considering is the Holland Festival event. One of the main areas in the city is the Centre Dam areas.

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