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A safe celebration of King's Day Eindhoven gets very crowded during King's Day.
To keep it safe for everyone, please follow the instructions of the available supervisors, traffic controllers, crowd information providers and signs.
Glass and cans are prohibited
For safety reasons and to prevent injuries, glass and cans are prohibited. There are several voluntary collection points which are clearly recognisable. There you can hand in glass and cans. If you have glass or cans with you outside the collection points, you might get a fine of € 90.
Public urination is prohibited
You can use the free toilet facilities which can be found at more than 20 locations in the city centre. Furthermore, every event location offers free toilet facilities.
If you cannot reach your friends and family using your phone provider’s service, you can always try the Free EHV Wi-Fi network. The are multiple Wi-Fi spots in the city centre: Central Station, Stationsplein, Dommelstraat, Market, Catharinaplein, Stratumseind, Stadhuisplein and Wilhelminaplein.
Beware of pickpockets
Pickpockets strike mainly during large events. This being said, during the King’s Day celebrations, you have to keep an eye on your belongings. The most popular booty is wallets and smartphones so be extra careful when it comes to it.
It’s a great idea to come to Eindhoven’s city centre by bike. But please, make sure you lock it properly when leaving it at one of the available bike parking facilities. Unfortunately, lots of bikes get stolen on King's Day. For an overview of all bicycle parking facilities & opening hours, check out This is Eindhoven
EXTRA BIKE PARKING FACILITIES
Under 18? No alcohol!
Are you under 18 years old? Then it’s prohibited to buy or drink alcohol. You might get a fine if you do so.