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  1. NLBorrelaar
    • CommentAuthorMarcusdj
    • CommentTimeApr 6th 2015 edited
    Friday April 24 @ 8PM

    for Single and Double Tickets:

    for multiple tickets go to

    Circa Lounge, 1200 Chestnut Ave, SF, CA 94123

    To all Dutch People, Europhiles, and friends of Holland.
    After a DECADE of succesful Queen's day Parties in San Francisco and one awesome King's Night Party! We bring you the second EVER KING's DAY PARTY!

    The name may have changed slightly but the festive spirit of the day is sure to remain! You'll be treated to a sea of orange as everyone is covered head to toe in oranje (orange) as a show of pride for the Dutch Royal family, the House of Orange-Nassau.

    Ater 10 Queen's day Parties, NLBorrels, EuroCircle and DJ Marc van Brabant will team up again to create a Dutch Party in San Francisco. It is the biggest King's Night Party west of the Missisppi.

    So what can you expect:




    A couple of hundred Dutch Expats, Students, and Dutch People who have been in the United States for Decades but arrange a baby sitter for this Crazy Orange Night :) Plus all the people who have been in Amsterdam for this great Party and can't go to Holland this year will surely attend this party. The one thing in common that is they all be wearing orange and partying together to Dutch Music from 8PM-10PM and then it will transform in a Dutch DJ festival with the newest beats from Holland mixed to together with some Dutch Remixed Classics to 1.30AM

    Dutch Snacks will be available from Stroopwafels (cookies) to Kaas uit het vuistje (squares of delicious Gouda Cheese), Dutch Drop (liquorice) and many other goodies but it will all be on a first come first serve basis.

    People who purchase tickets will have guaranteed entry! At the door it will be $20-$30 plus one would have to wait for people to leave.

    Please take public transportation to this event as for 10 years the average consumption of Dutch Person at the Orange Party has been 5.2 drinks so way over the driving limit.

    The 22 Fillmore stops right at the venue or take a taxi.

    After you purchase a ticket, your name will be on the Will Call List and all you have to do is present a valid license or passport to claim your wristband. Only people who purchase the wristbands can collect the wristbands and then you are to distribute them to your friends outside for safe passage into the orange haven.

    Tickets are available at


    NLBorrels Team
    EuroCircle Team
    Ketel One

    History of King's Day

    The entire country of the Netherlands will celebrate King’s Day (Koningsdag) for the first time in 2014, after the inauguration of King Willem-Alexander on 30 April 2013 (what was then still Queen’s Day).

    The royal celebrations were first held on 31 August 1885 in honour of the birth of Queen Wilhelmina, and the Queen’s Day (Koninginnedag) tradition was born. After Wilhelmina’s daughter (Juliana) succeeded to the throne in 1949, the day was changed to 30 April in accordance with the new Queen's birthday.

    When she became queen, the now Princess Beatrix chose to retain the day in honour of her mother but as of 2014, King’s Day will officially be celebrated on 27 April (the king’s birthday). However, the event is traditionally not celebrated on a Sunday which means that the first King's Night is the start of the weekend activities on Friday April 24.

    for any questions please free to email

    for multiple tickets:

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