Radion, Cruquiusgilde and a new venue with links to Trouw are all in line for new permits.
Round the clock clubbing in Amsterdam has, in the past, been limited to two venues: Tolhuistuin and Tower Overhoeks North. It now seems, however, that three more clubs may be in the running for 24-hour licenses.
The permits have not yet been officially granted but it looks likely that Radion, Cruquisgilde (pictured) and a third venue, apparently linked to the people behind Trouw, will all be given permission to open their doors around-the-clock in the near future.
The news comes after Trouw closed its doors in January of this year and the city lost one of its most-loved clubbing insitutions in the process.