This year, Sensation Amsterdam is breaking its traditional all-white dress code for their Angels and Demons event at the Amsterdam Arena on July 2nd. With this new theme, you will be able to wear black and white to the event for the first time ever.
Plus, even more of a twist – your ticket will decide if you are required to wear black or white.
Over 40,000 individuals will attend the event, making it one of the biggest to date. There’s even charity involved – everyone who buys a ticket will have 25c donated to 10,000 Hours, a charity that helps with autism. With the combination of this contribution and the help of volunteers, Sensation and 10,000 Hours are able to put on a special volunteer day where over 75 children with special needs will enjoy the their own personalized Sensation experience: a day with workshops and Sensation show catered specifically to them.
15 seems to be Sensation’s lucky number – the name and company is now 15 years old and has performed in over 35 countries. On a yearly basis they host 15 events; the Amsterdam Arena is now 15 years old as well. The Sensation concept has won awards for ‘best event of the year’ in numerous countries, including the Netherlands, Germany, Australia, Brazil and Denmark.