WE ARE WORKING HARD ON THE 2016 PROGRAM!!!!!!!!!!!! Come back in June 2016.

For inspiration, here is LAST YEAR’S:



13:00            Doors Open, coffee and snacks

Workshops, Talks, Discussions

13.30 – 15.00   Reclaiming spaces, presentations by various activists on the history, ideology and current situation of squatting. Q&A.

15.00 – 16.30 p.m. Hitchhiking Workshop, stories from experienced hitch-hikers that have crossed border lines and completed years of road. Q&A.

16.30 – 17.30 p.m. Minimalistic Living, stories from buskers and floaters that have been living in the streets. Q&A.

17.30 – 18.00 p.m. Organizing Grassroots Events, short presentation. How do you plan a successful event without funds?

18.00 – 20.30 Dinner and Book Presentation: 15m of Freedom, photos from people that live in vans.

20.30 – 00.00 Music time!

Bucket Boyz and Zibabu: these 3 guys have boat-hitched across oceans, squatted and protested, and have been living in the streets and in alternative communities for years. During the festival they will perform and tell their stories. Expect a crossover of bluegrass, ska, punk, and beyond genres!

Monty Pagan, “You can expect kicking Celtic folk dance ditties and exquisitely structured ballads from the new ‘Dealing with Demons’ CD. Mad road stories from 30 years on the underground, poems and comedy is also in the mix”.

Katia Ditzler is one of the speakers of our “Female Travel” workshop on Sunday, and will be delighting us with electronica, and weird, eyeopening, singing experiments.



13:00            Doors Open, coffee and snacks

13.30 – 15.30 Female Solo Travel, session only for women, story and tips sharing. Stories in an intimate setting. Q&A.

15.30 – 17.00 Boats, Bikes, Skates, and Magical Buses, stories from those that have decided not to travel as a passenger. Q&A.

17.00 – 18.00 Alternative travels, Free, and Off-the-grid Living, stories from those that have plugged out and done things differently. Q&A.

18.00 – 20.00 Dinner, Music and Short Documentary Films! More info here

Première! Why We Go Out, Why do people leave their warm and safe houses and trade it for the thin canvas of a tent? Why choose uncertainty over the known path?

Modern Nomads tells the story of Robert Roelink, who decided to live a different life, a life in a camper.

Revolution on the Road, the story of Elisa Coll, spanish, who aims to travel visiting world-changing spaces and projects.

Shireen is a local activist and creative, she plays “Crisis Folk”: songs about changing politics, travelling, off the grid living, and love. A real treat, listen.

20.00:  we will walk to another venue, autonomous freespace Vrankrijk, a historical venue not far away, where Autonomia Promotions will welcome us with a live concert night.




Guerilla Kitchen Amsterdam will take out people to “reclaim food waste” i.e. food, scouting and picking up from various locations around town, talks on how to set this sort of project up yourself. And cook it and eat it, of course!

Crafts & Arts

Pimp your backpack, learn to crochet handy things for the road, use a typewriter to make a (travel) fanzine or write a letter to someone, learn how to use a sewing machine and sow a patch on the spot… Yarnbombing , DIY Workshop Amsterdam and Typewriter Society will help.
The talented Julia Kiryanova will sketch portraits of all you beautiful people.
Spaces for more stands available.
  • Free/Swap corner: leave what you don’t need and take what you might.
  • Book and fanzine stand from travellers.
  • A Human Library: in the form of a noticeboard and guestbook. We will map out where in the world the cool spots are, and connect with the good people there.

We are still looking for a few more people to participate as a Speaker, or Coordinator. Please do not hesitate to email



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