On 6 March, we’re at Amsterdam’s SkateCafe to collaborate with the Nachtburgemeester Amsterdam and shesaid.so for a day-and-night takeover.
The women of Boiler Room have been guiding the way for further self-representation and intersectionality on our dancefloors and within our online communities as part of an ongoing process to incite change and achieve total equality & diversity. With the parties we’ve thrown over the last 8 years, we know that great things happen when people club together.
Our first collaborators are Amsterdam Night Mayor Mirik Milan and founding member of the Night Mayor movement Ella Overkleeft. Their independent non-profit organisation is dedicated to ensuring a dynamic nightlife and building bridges between the municipality, small business owners & residents.
The Night Mayor is changing the game by creating a mutual understanding. The introduction of 24hr permits for nightclubs in 2013 marked a major change, a new license the Night Mayor was actively involved in. Here, like-minded individuals find each other and creative talent develops, allowing the creative industry to bloom. A significant moment for the city of Amsterdam.
Next up, it’s She Said So – the global network creating an environment for women in the music industry. SSSO support collaboration, creativity & positive values; with professionalism and high standard work ethics at the helm of their mantra.
Throughout the day we’ll be covering parts of their offline networking event focused on building space for organic, progressive & collaborative dialogue out in Amsterdam.
This’ll lead straight onto one of our signature party broadcasts in the same space at Skatecafe. We’ve got a lineup of female/identifying artists, some homegrown and others handpicked from further afield:
Tune in on the day or request an invite if you live locally