On the 27th of April 2015, Kingsday Festival returns for its fourth edition at the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. One of the absolute headliners is Jack Ü; the exciting new collaboration between the great Skrillex and Diplo. After exclusive performances at the American Ultra Music Festival and Burning Man last year, Kingsday Festival has managed to bring this epic duo to Amsterdam. Next to this scoop, other international artists such as Knife Party, Kygo and Robin Schulz have been added to the line up.
Diverse range at stages
The program of Kingsday Festival is a mixture of leading international and national acts, as well as classic and upcoming artists. From EDM, Eclectic, melodic Deephouse and Techhouse to smashing Techno: Kingsday Festival owns the widest variety of music styles. The festival is going all out in honor of this festive day, by introducing four stages. Next to the Mainstage, Kingsday Festival also introduces the Yellow Claw Stage, Joris Voorn Stage and Bakermat Stage
Line-up Kingsday Festival
Jack Ü (Skrillex & Diplo) – Knife Party – Kygo – Diplo – Carnage – Robin Schulz – Joris Voorn Yellow Claw – Bakermat – Klingande – Gabriel Ananda & Dominik Eulberg – FeestDJRuud – Girls Love DJs – Mightyfools – Fur Coat – Mike Mago – Snails – Dirtcaps – Anton Pieete – LNY TNZ – Ici Sans Merci – Cesqeaux – Boehmer – Kris Kross Amsterdam – Cat Carpenters – Les Deuxx
Once again, the festival takes place at and around the Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam. It is an approximate 10 minute walk from the Amsterdam South (Amsterdam Zuid) train station. Visitors are advised to follow the indicated Kingsday Festival signs in order to walk the outlined route to the venue.
Presale starts at the 28th of February 2015 at 00:00 o’clock via www.kingsdayfestival.nl
Date: Monday april 27th 2015
Time: 12:00h – 21:30h
Presale prices: Early Bird tickets from €24,50
About Kingsday Festival
Kingsday Festival is one of the largest Kingsday events within the Netherlands. During this national holiday, everybody celebrates the birthday of our king, hence “Kingsday Festival”.