Saturday 28 March 2020


Unfortunately, this event has been postponed. Following the cabinet/RIVM press conference, no events will take place in PAARD and Paardcafé until June 1st. At the moment it seems that we can find new dates for all events. Purchased tickets remain valid for the new date.

We are working hard behind the scenes here to provide visitors with as much information as possible and to move the events. PAARD keeps ticket buyers informed by email. On our website and social media outlets we will provide you will all the necessary information.

Read more here.

At this moment the phone is ringing constantly, and emails are pouring in. We ask for your understanding and not to call PAARD, as we currently cannot provide everyone with an answer.


  • € 17,50
  • Kleine Zaal
  • 19:30
  • 20:00

*incl € 2,50 servicefee

Gallowstreet, the Amsterdam brass band, released their third album ‘Our Dear Metropolis‘ on March 26th. An instrumental statement about the home base, it’s inhabitants and the dynamics of the changing city. With Our Dear Metropolis, the band is asking about who owns the city. In their new album the men take on the role of an instrumental storyteller and they link their sound that they’ve brought to many festivals with trance, hiphop and big-band swing to create a headwind of explosive and positive sound.

From the Galgenstraat to Amsterdam North, where the band has taken root. With a self-built rehearsal room that they share with their colleagues and friends from Jungle By Night, Gallowstreet is permeated with a DIY mentality, full of innovation. With the albums ‘Battleplan‘ and ‘Hot Lava Sex Machine‘, Gallowstreet is a breath of fresh air within the brass band genre. The band has a quirky interpretation of what you can do with wind instruments.