Ultimate Guide to King’s Day in Amsterdam 2024 – Parties, Flea Markets and More

What to do during King’s Day in Amsterdam? We've got you!

It’s almost time for one of the best parties of the year. We’ve rounded up parties, events and flea markets for King’s Day and King’s Night that are perfect for both adults and kids alike. From vibrant street festivals to family-friendly activities, discover some of the best events here. 

Parties King’s Night

Art of Muse – King’s Night

After 2 sold-out editions, Art of Muse will host another edition this time for King’s Night! Expect happy house, good vibes and beautiful people. As always, they have curated a crazy lineup of young and talented DJs who will keep you grooving all night long. Get your tickets here!

April 26 from 22 PM until 5 AM at Humberweg 7, tickets € 21

Frits King’s Night Special

The liveliest Friday drinks in the city are hosting a King’s Night party, and you definitely want to be there! Get your tickets here.

King’s Night at Shelter

For King’s Night you can go party at the underground nightclub of the A’DAM tower. Get ready for a night full of groove & get your tickets here.

April 26 from 10 PM at Shelter, tickets € 27,50

King’s Night Boat Party

On King’s Night, the coziest boat in the country sets sail again with the tastiest disco, house, hits and guilty pleasures. 

April 26 from 6 PM at De Ruijterkade 14, tickets € 24,65

Parties King’s Day

Kingsland Festival

The largest festival during King’s Day! Party with DJ’s like Martin Garrix, Nicky Romero, Outsiders, Bizzey, Kris Kross Amsterdam and more. Get your tickets here.

Happy Feelings Outdoor

Happy Feelings festival is back at IJland and it’s as vibrant as ever! Get your tickets here.

April 27 from 12 AM at IJland, tickets € 24,99

Cartel King’s Day

Ready for 17-hours non stop House and Techno music?! Then Cartel is something for you! Get your tickets here

April 27 from 12 PM until 5 AM, tickets € 25

Oranjebloesem Festival

Don’t feel like going into the city center? Oranjebloesem is hosting another amazing edition at the Olympic Stadium. Cool lineup and you can get your tickets here.

April 27 from 11 AM at Olympisch Stadion, tickets € 58,50

King’s Day Afterparty with Joris Voorn & Many More

Since every public party in the city center shuts down at 8 PM, you definitely want to know where to go next. Joris Voorn, together with other amazing DJs, will play at ‘t Sieraad until 5 AM.Get your tickets here

April 27 from 20 PM until 5 AM, tickets € 35

TIP >> First-time visitor to King’s Day? Check out our blog post about 11 mistakes you’ll want to avoid during King’s Day.

Street Parties

King’s Day is most popular for its public street parties. There are five spots you shouldn’t miss:

  • Amstelveld
  • Museumplein
  • Jordaan
  • Nieuwmarkt
  • Westerpark



One of the most popular markets during King’s Day is the family-friendly market at Vondelpark! Bring the kids along for a day of treasure hunting, face painting and tasty treats. With plenty of activities and entertainment it’s also for adults a really fun way to spend the day. 


Join in the festivities at the King’s Day Flea Market at NDSM Werf. Discover unique finds, enjoy delicious food and soak up the vibrant atmosphere along the waterfront. With activities for all ages, including arts and crafts for the little ones, it’s a family-friendly celebration not to be missed.


Join the lively street party filled with music, food, and fun activities for all ages. From live performances to tasty treats from local vendors, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. It’s a vibrant celebration of Dutch culture and community spirit!


Experience the bustling King’s Day market on Beethovenstraat. Stroll through rows of stalls offering everything from handmade crafts to delicious street food. With live music and entertainment adding to the festive atmosphere, it’s the perfect place to hunt for treasures.

Want to find out ALL the festivals for 2024 in Amsterdam? Check out our Festival Guide. As locals we also created many lists of our favorite hotspots in the city.

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