Kingsland Festival Den Bosch is an electronic festival in honour of the king's birthday. Each year, 27 April signals one of the wildest public holidays in the world, with the entire population of the Netherlands turning orange and flooding the streets.
House music and full-throttle partying go hand-in-hand among the Dutch, with Kingsland Festival bringing the very best DJs on the plant to five incredible locations across the country.
International artists and thousands of travelling fans join locals of all ages, turning up the volume and celebrating the greatest Dutch traditions in unique style.
The uniquely named 's-Hertogenbosch is commonly known as Den Bosch. The festival venue is in the heart of the city, with both indoor and outdoor spaces.
If you plan to fly, the nearest airports are either Rotterdam or Amsterdam. From the former, you will need to take a train from the city's central station out to Breda, before boarding another onto 's-Hertogenbosch. From Amsterdam, you can simply take a train direct from the city to 's-Hertogenbosch.
Alternatively, trains from other cities within the Netherlands and neighbouring Europe will run to 's-Hertogenbosch, however, many will requite a change. The same applies to buses.
The venue itself is around a 20 minute walk from the city's central station.