Liquicity Festival is a drum and bass festival in The Netherlands.
Founded in 2013, the festival is the first of its kind in The Netherlands, and quickly rose from small clubs to a full-on festival weekender of hard-hitting beats.
Set in the spacious and green Geestmerambacht parkland, the festival features an amusement park, chill out areas, hot tubs, volleyball courts and more to go along with multiple outdoor and tented stages.
Taking place an hour north of Amsterdam, Liquicity Festival annually hosts performances from the biggest acts, spread across three stages.
You can get bring your camping gear or you can check optional camping accommodation options provided by the organizer. If you want to book a hotel near the campsite look for the hotels below.
Alkmaar is a city and municipality in the Netherlands, located in the province of North Holland. Alkmaar is well known for its traditional cheese market. For tourists, it is a popular cultural destination.
The earliest mention of the name Alkmaar is in a 10th-century document. As the village grew into a town, it was granted city rights in 1254. The oldest part of Alkmaar lies on an ancient sand bank a couple meters above the surrounding region; it afforded some protection from inundation during medieval times.
The municipality of Alkmaar historically consists of the following cities, towns, villages and districts: Alkmaar, Bergermeer, Daalmeer, De Hoef, De Horn, De Nollen, Het Rak, Huiswaard, Koedijk (southeastern part), Overdie, Oudorp and Omval.
These once separate villages are now all linked together by the suburban sprawl of buildings that arose between the late 1970s and early 1990s. During this time, the population of Alkmaar almost doubled.
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