Lil’ Amsterdam – Central Station
Cumbia, Ragaetton & Latin Mix
John de Colombia
Salsa and Bachata
DJ El Che
LIVE MUSIC BY
Mariachi Tierra Caliente
Ahí namá Dance Company
Salsa & Mambo Show
JSX Studio Ladies Dance Show
El Hombre Caimán
A highlight of the event, bringing you closer to the CUMBIA, will be the chance to meet El Hombre Caimán – the Caiman Man, the king of the party. Flirting, enjoying, drinking and dancing with everybody – and announcing our last round at 2:30.
What is Cumbia?
Cumbia is a musical rhythm born in the XIX century in Latin America out of the mix of African, Indian, and Spanish cultures. It began in Colombia, but since the 1960s it has started to spread throughout the whole continent – with each country creating their own fusions and versions. From Chile to México, there is cumbia. From classical Colombian songs to contemporary DJs all over the world, there is cumbia. It is a sensual sound with a beating heart of drums that can make anyone dance.
Lil’ Amsterdam is located in the ‘Amstelpassage’ one of the five passages of Central Station. It is situated underneath the platforms from the city center to the IJ.
In 2018 Lil’ Amsterdam hosted ADE (Amsterdam Dance Event), and in 2019 is hosting CUMBIA, the best Latin party in town.
Allowing visitors to the venue will be limited because of security reasons of the station. For this reason we very recommend to buy your ticket online before the event.
Prices for tickets are €19.54 (€ 17,50 + € 2,04 ticket fee) or € 20,00 at the door.
How to get there?
Head to the newly opened Amstelpassage at the eastside of Amsterdam Central Station and step into Lil’ Amsterdam Central Station.
Lil’ Amsterdam Central Station is located in the ‘Amstelpassage’. The Amstelpassage is one of the five passages that Amsterdam Central Station houses. These passages are situated underneath the platforms from the city centre to the IJ.
With your nose headed to Amsterdam Central Station and your back turned towards the city centre, you can find Lil’ Amsterdam Central Station in the Amstelpassage as the second entrance from the right, above the exit of the metro. Heading inside, the Amstelpassage is situated at your left side.