Sugar Factory has many clubs around the world like NYC, Miami, Orlando, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Paris and more. The beautiful, colorful look of their interior design brightens up the place.
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In the heart of Amsterdam, Sugar Factory is a nightclub and live music venue. It attracts a young and vibrant audience with diverse entertainment techniques and intimate, inspiring setting. Sugar Factory is known around town for its original live music and club night offerings. No one does live music anymore, they clearly know how to keep ahead of the game.
The cocktails, like the other Sugar Factory clubs, are playful, and flavorsome. Order a giant cocktail or bottle service!
Sugar Factory is open daily, and each day brings its own unique atmosphere and audience. On a yearly basis, it hosts over 600 events and welcomes up to 165,000 guests. Our venue has a maximum capacity of 750 visitors for club nights and 400 for live music events. Completely independent, non-subsidized and always exciting, it’s one of the city’s hottest destinations.
Sugar Factory describes themselves as;
‘’We believe creativity is an essential necessity, just like individual freedom is a basic condition to the permanence of civilized humanity.
We believe progress of culture, in general, can only be secured by particular actions of creative individuals who are free to act, and therefore not restricted politically or institutionally
We believe in no dividing lines between what is natural and what is human.
We believe in no fixed definitions: to question all things is natural and therefore true. Creativity is conditioned by fluctuations of all meanings, parallel to development of perception.
Therefore, we bring Sugar Factory to life. Look! There it is!
(But when we stare directly at it in order to describe it we realize we can comprehend it, but its essence is elusive and therefore it escapes any verbal description. So, we can only say what it is like)’’
They aim to stimulate integration and advancement within three main forms of cultural expression. 1. To attract progressive and innovative theatre-makers and to provide them with an unconstrained and thoroughly professional, theatrical environment.
2. To present visual artists and their work in a multi-disciplinary setting and to communicate art in an environment other than gallery or museum
3. To support progress in music, to inspire the artist in a musician and to free music from commercialism and categorizing the great location only adds to the club, making it an easy and safe stop to get to and from.
Clearly, they have a sense of humor and good observation skills.