The Urban Art Festival Amsterdam came to an end almost two weeks ago. We have been wrapped in paper work and a whole bunch of other stuff ever since – be on the look out for some exciting upcoming events – but we have finally found some time to reflect on what has been an absolutely amazing experience.
First of all, we wanna big up all the amazing people at OT301! Your help and enthusiasm was a big reason for the event turning out the way it did. Big thanks to everybody at DePeper, 4bid Gallery, Cinema crew, all the bouncers, and everybody else at OT301. Your home was ours for a little while, and we definitely felt the love.
More than 40 international artists
Big shout out as well to all the amazing artists that came through! One love to The London Police, Mr. Dheo, Zender, Mr. Zero, Mickey, ParizOne, Royalsteez, Soten, Ovni, FatHeat, Morcky, TransOne, Wayne Horse, ZoerOner, Luiz Risi, Tiws, Maoma and all the others. The amazing stuff you guys create is what inspires us to continue doing this. Rock on! We hope you enjoyed the Urban Art Festival as much as we did.
Last but not least, we wanna big up the crowd! Big thanks to everybody that came through and supported, showed love, purchased art, and hung around – you guys contributed greatly to the general feel of the festival, which perhaps was the biggest highlight out of many.
Lots of side-events
Between the amazing hosts, awesome artists and excited crowd, the good times were most definitely rolling during the opening night, which for some of us lasted well into the early morning. Saturday was a bit more chilled, which probably was exactly what everybody needed, but we picked up again in the night time with a Bong-RA live performance. Sunday was the perfect closing day with the Otherground market and the Dutch premiere of Style Wars 2.
We really had a blast rocking the Urban Art Festival 2014 in the OT301! This definitely was a joint venture between many different people coming together to have a good time. We sincerely hope to see you all again next year.
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