Events

Here you can find a small selection of events in The Hague suitable for an English-speaking audience. This page includes various activities being organised by the international community.

  • Expatriate Archive Centre exhibitions in City Hall Expatriate Archive Centre exhibitions in City Hall

    Until 13 May - Two exhibitions, 'Expat Impressions of The Hague' and 'Saudade', by the Expatriate Archive Centre are being showcased in the Atrium of The Hague City Hall.

  • The Hague Freedom Weeks The Hague Freedom Weeks

    12 April to 10 May - In the weeks leading up to the Liberation Festival on 5 May, The Hague will be filled with the spirit of freedom. The city will be organising some 90 activities during The Hague Freedom Weeks.

  • The Hague’s King’s Fair The Hague’s King’s Fair

    12 to 28 April - Come and celebrate King's Day in The Hague at a traditional Dutch fun fair on the Malieveld.

  • BonFire Beach Fest BonFire Beach Fest

    19 & 20 April - The Hague celebrates the opening of the summer season with BonFire Beach Fest, a large 2-day event that will set Scheveningen on fire.

  • ANZAC Day at Westduin Cemetery ANZAC Day at Westduin Cemetery

    Thursday, 25 April - The Australian and New Zealand Ambassadors to the Netherlands invite members of their communities to commemorate ANZAC Day.

  • A holiday week in The Hague A holiday week in The Hague

    26 April to 5 May - Starting with The Life I Live Festival and ending with the Liberation Festival The Hague will be filled this year with plenty of hustle and bustle!

  • The Life I Live Festival: 26 & 27 April The Life I Live Festival: 26 & 27 April

    26 and 27 April - Get ready to party in The Hague on King’s Night and King’s Day during the free The Life I Live music festival with dozens of live acts performing on 9 outdoor stages.

  • The Hague turns orange on King’s Day!  The Hague turns orange on King’s Day!

    Saturday, 27 April - King’s Day (Koningsdag) in The Hague will be filled this year with all kinds of fun activities in the city and along the water.

  • Spring colours in the Japanese Garden Spring colours in the Japanese Garden

    27 April to 9 June - The magnificent Japanese Garden reopens its doors for 6 weeks only so you can admire the spring colours in their full glory. Open daily from 9.00 to 20.00 hrs.

  • Holocaust Remembrance Day memorial service Holocaust Remembrance Day memorial service

    Sunday, 28 April - The Hague will organise a Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah) memorial service in the Kloosterkerk.

  • Chat evening on global health issues Chat evening on global health issues

    Monday, 29 April - Stichting Unity in Diversity will organise an Integration Chatroom at Leiden University. It is open to all and everyone is encouraged to take part in the discussion.

  • Solo's @The Sea Solo's @The Sea

    1 to 31 May - Talented choreographers, dancers and actors will present a solo or monologue with the beach as their backdrop.

  • Moving Futures dance festival Moving Futures dance festival

    2 & 3 May - For the first time Korzo will bring the high-profile Moving Futures contemporary dance festival to The Hague. Witness the work of emerging choreographers and self-styled artists.

  • ‘Soyalism’ film screening ‘Soyalism’ film screening

    Friday, 3 May - Join TransitieCinema for the classic investigative documentary 'Soyalism' in the Nutshuis.

  • Le Marie Marché French market Le Marie Marché French market

    4 & 5 May - Inspired by the dreamy atmosphere of French markets, Le Marie Marché will be organised on the Plein with many delicious and beautiful wares.

  • ‘Jewish History' boat tour ‘Jewish History' boat tour

    Saturday, 4 May - The Hague Boat will organise the Jewish History Tour, an English-language boat tour.

  • Liberation Festival in The Hague Liberation Festival in The Hague

    Sunday, 5 May - The Liberation Festival (Bevrijdingsfestival) in The Hague will offer numerous free activities during the day on Malieveld and in the Tweede Kamer.