The ‘D-Factor’ Impact Party
The Dutch Impact Party is an annual highlight of the ILMC schedule, and offers a winning combination of free food, booze and music, with three of the hottest new artists from the low country performing as they reach for the top.
Forget the X-Factor, this year’s showcasing artists have the ‘D-Factor.' The event takes place in Clubino, The Baglioni Hotel's nightclub, just a stone's throw from the Royal Garden Hotel (see map below). Delegates will be welcomed with an open bar and delicious complimentary Italian food, served by The Baglioni's wonderful chefs.
To get on the guest list, click here.
Clubino, The Baglioni Hotel, 60 Hyde Park Gate, South Kensington, London SW7 5BB
18:30 - 21:30 | Wednesday 4 March 2020
Brought to you by: Dutch Music Export | Powered by Eurosonic Noorderslag, Dutch Performing Arts and Buma Cultuur.
With the kind support of The Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.
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