KingSpray – King’s Day Street Art Festival in Amsterdam


This King’s Day an international line-up of street artists will be painting live at the NDSM Wharf, a former shipyard and famous hotspot for street art. On this national celebration of the Dutch king’s birthday the NDSM Wharf will turn into the biggest free market, packed with events for the young as well as the old. And the best thing is: it’s all free entrance!

Street Art Today is hosting KingSpray for the very first time, and besides live painting there is also an art market and a graffiti for kids area.  Amsterdam Brewboys will provide for the thirsty ones, and Mad Max El Asador will be grilling some fine meats. And of course there is music, by DJ Zkywalker and DJ Sol.

Check the Facebook event page for full updates!

Without further ado we present you the artists! (In random order)

Live Painting 

Jim Vision (UK)

Jim Vision (UK)

Otto Schade a.k.a. Osch (UK)

Otto Schade a.k.a. Osch (UK/CL)

Pipsqueak Was Here

Pipsqueak Was Here (NL)



Dotsy (SE)


Donovan Spaanstra (NL)

Donovan Spaanstra (NL)


Karski (NL)

Karski (NL)

Juice (NL)

Eklor (FR)

Eklor (FR)

Sniek (NL)

Serge KB Kortenbroek (NL)

Serge KB Kortenbroek (NL)

Bwak (NL)

Brigada Ramon Parra

Brigada Ramon Parra (CL)


Evolve (NL)

Evolve (NL)

… and more …

Affordable Art Market

At the Affordable Art Market there will be limited edition artworks for sale from the likes of:
RAF Amsterdam
Spang De Le Grand
Dus Amsterdam
Otto Schade
Brigada Ramon Parra
… and more …

Location & Time

KINGSPRAY will take place at NDSM Wharf in Amsterdam-Noord. Start at 10:00, end at 20:00.

T.T. Neveritaweg 33

1033 WB Amsterdam


Check the Street Art Today Facebook page and KingSpray event page for regular updates.

See you at #KingSpray!


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Founder and curator at Street Art Today. Organizer of Kings Spray street art festival. Expert speaker at Pakhuis De Zwijger and Amsterdam Museum, producer of award-winning street art murals for Rijksmuseum. Currently building the world's biggest street art museum at NDSM Amsterdam. Opening 2019.