The legendary techno club, Trouw, closed it’s doors in the first part of 2015 in Amsterdam after staying in operation for 5 years. Now, just a year later, the staff behind Trouw plans to open a new club by the name of De School exactly a year after Trouw shut it’s doors. According to it’s Facebook page, De School will be “open always.”

The club will stay open for five years just as Trouw did and operate seven days a week. The venue has obtained a 24-hour liquor license and features a green courtyard. It will act as a club, music venue, restaurant, cafe, and eventually a exhibition space. The DJ booth will be in the crowd and all programming with be in-house and envelop local talent as well as international talent.

Dutch DJs Tom Trago, Makam, Job Jobse, Interstellar Funk and Young Marco are all listed to play as well as international artists, Seth Troxler, Shanti Celeste, Barnt and DJ Sotofett. Some nights are said to end at 5am while other nights are said to go on until 9am or 10am with artist having the ability to play long sets and not trapped into a certain amount of time allotted.

 

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