'T Euifeest was originally celebrated after eui (hay) was won. Time for a party! The streets are lit and decorated, there is a fair, euibattle and large allegorical procession.
Charming venues, theatres, churches, historical buildings and outdoor locations all serve as a backdrop for musical performances, encounters, inspiration and most of all enjoyment.
A whole week of exciting performances on and around the city canals. Music, theatre, dance and much more.
In the second weekend of September, the Botterdagen or ‘smack days’ are upon us.
This year again two full days surprising and delightful at the IJsselkade in Doesburg! A unique two-day festival with cosy stalls with art, creativity, fair-trade regional products, various food trucks, cosy terraces, a dazzling fashion show, demonstrations and open stages with music and dance.
Come to this unique chocolate festival and taste, look at, prepare and enjoy chocolate in many forms.
A day dedicated to the arrival of the year’s first batch of bock beer. There is a bock beer market and a (nostalgically themed) parade.
A large event that revolves around the well-known irresistible delicacy in all its variety.
The 19th-century English city of Charles Dickens is revived in all its glory in the Deventer city centre.
The Dutch Icesculpture Festival is open from 14 December 2019 until 1 March 2020.
The charming, authentic old town becomes the scene of a host of theatrical performances, ranging from staged glimpses into the past to encounters with characters from Dickens’ Christmas stories.