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Practical information

Location

This year 2.Dh5 will be held at Ru Paré in Amsterdam.

Ru Paré
Huis van de wijk Slotervaart
Chris Lebeaustraat 4
1062 DC Amsterdam

How to get there?

By public transport

Ru Paré is at a 6 minutes walk from metro station Postjesweg or a 10 minute walk from train/metro station Lelylaan. You can take tram 1 or 17, bus 18 or metro 50 or 51. 

By car

There are paid parking possibilities in the area at €4,50 per hour on Saturday from 9:00 – 19:00. On Sunday parking is free

Tickets

2.Dh5 is donation based.

If in case of covid regulations there will be a limited space, we’ll make sure you can reserve a spot beforehand. You can sign up for our newsletter << here >>, and you’ll be the first to know.

Make sure to bring cash (not PIN), also for the lunch (donation based), and dinner tickets.

Food & drinks

There will be vegan food served (lunch and dinner) 

Sleeping spaces

For folks who want to stay for the night:     

A sleeping space has been arranged for Saturday night in Amsterdam.

To reserve, send an email to slaapplek@2dh5.nl, and remember to bring your own sleeping bag and sleeping mat.


Accessibility

Language

Sessions will be held in Dutch or English.
For each workshop the primary language will be announced in the programm. We will provide a whispering-translation-corner at each event for those who don’t speak English, or Dutch.

Wheelchair accessibility

The venue is accessible for those with limited mobility. Details will follow.

Childcare

For this edition will we spend extra attention to make the festival more familiy friendly. More details will follow.

If you have any comments of tips, we’d love to hear from you.

Other needs

In an ideal world 2.Dh5 would be fully accessible to everyone. Sadly this is not possible due tor our limited funds, and the limitations of the venue. Nonetheless, if you have any specific access needs, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via info@2dh5.nl and we will do our best to come to a suitable arrangement.


Also if you have any other questions concerning accessibility at 2.Dh5, of if you have any comments of tips, we’d love to hear from you.