Our Weekend Special highlights the main events happening in The Hague region and surroundings that are suitable for the Expat and International community.

This  weekend’s  highlights  include:   the Crossing Border m the international literature and music festival,  The Hague Bicycle lights parade. the International Sound Art festival and  The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust, a homage to David Bowie.

There are also plenty of other events happening  this weekend such  as the last chance to see  the  photographic exhibition “Common bonds: From the Rome Conference to today” on display along the Lange Voorhout.

If you are organising an event and you would like it  to be included in the Weekend Special, please send information with  a photo to editor@thehagueonline.com

Enjoy your weekend

On November 1-4, 2023, more than 80 authors and musicians from all over the world  will come to The Hague for the 31th edition of Crossing Border. The festival takes place in various locations in and around the centre of The Hague  with an exciting mix of award-winning authors, up-and-coming musicians, and unique collaborations blurring the boundaries between genres.

On Thursday 2 November,  The Hague city centre will be festively decorated by the third The Hague Bicycle Lights Parade, led by The Hague Cycling Mayor Remco de Rijk.  From  18:00 a colourful procession of cyclists, young and old, will ride from Wagenstraat 185a through  The Hague  centre. All bicycles decorated with lit, flashing and coloured lights. Everyone is invited to participate.

With this free event, the Hague Cycling Mayor hopes to get as many people on their bikes to enjoy bringing light together in dark times. One of the goals  of Bicycle Lights Parade is  to  show the  important of  being  clearly visible on your bicycle in the dark with  lights and clothes that stand out in the dark.

LOOS Den Haag & ZAAL3 invite you to the first edition of THE HAGUE INTERNATIONAL SOUND ART FESTIVAL on the 2-3 November. It is a celebration of the limitless possibilities of sound as a medium of artistic expression. This immersive event invites you to embark on a journey through aural landscapes, where the boundaries of music, technology, and art blur into a tapestry of sonic experiences.

The Hague International Sound Art Festival brings together international artists for a thought-provoking blend of live electronics, live performances, human-computer interaction showcases, and interactive sound installations. Our light installations add a touch of magic, and you can even dive into the world of creative sound machines.

The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust  a  live multimedia spectacle that takes you on a journey through the extraordinary career of one of the greatest innovators in the music world: David Bowie.  It can be seen on Friday 3 November at  the  Poppodium Boerderij,  Zoeterm

https://www.thehagueonline.com/weekend-specials/2023/11/01/weekend-special-2-5-november-2023 WEEKEND SPECIAL 2 – 5 NOVEMBER 2023

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