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COLOUR FESTIVAL – Full Lineup Announced

SOUTH AFRICA’S ORIGINAL COLOUR FESTIVAL BRINGS YOU MUSIC, DANCING AND A COLOURFUL CELEBRATION ALONG WITH A ‘FAIRYTALE CARNIVAL’ THEME

 South Africa’s first and original colour festival, The WE ARE ONE Colour Festival, in association with the world’s leading youth entertainment brand, MTV (DStv Channel 130), , is bringing you the ultimate in colourful festivities in South Africa for 2014 –. Continue reading COLOUR FESTIVAL – Full Lineup Announced

Colour Festival Durban 2013 – Photos

Durban’s first colour festival took place on Saturday 6 April 2013… I arrived a little late, and completely underestimated the traffic coming in towards Gateway. Arriving just before the scheduled first Colour Throw, I scrambled to get my camera ‘dustproofed’, a few plastic bags, some insulation tape and a bit of duct tape, that was as good as it was going to get.
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I managed to get through to the main area just as the throw happened, but wasn’t quite ready to get the shots. None the less this wasn’t a big deal. There was a colour throw planned every hour on the hour and there was plenty powder getting given out to the masses, definitely no shortage there.

Music wise, I must admit, its not my typical scene, I’m not particularly fond of the general stereotypical people that go to these events. Thankfully though this was a very mixed crowd, with people from all walks of life, young and old, that came to get covered in colourful powder. The venue was packed, I haven’t attended an event at Wavehouse that had seen so many people in that area, which was an awesome sight.

I must comment, however that people in Durban clearly don’t understand the concept, there was little unison when it came to throwing the powder up all at the same time. It seemed to happen in smaller groups. With the majority of people just throwing it directly at there friends.

The bar areas were inadequate in my opinion, I didn’t even bother trying to get a drink, I think there were about 4 or 5 separate bar areas available and they were all overflowing with the 6000+ colour festival attendees.
Lets not forget the bathrooms, I don’t know if it was from the powder itself, or the packets the powder came in, but all the basins were blocked, and overflowing, spilling a brown liquid all over the place. The cleaning staff were clearing the area throughout the event, but not being very considerate, splashing this dirty water all over any unsuspecting person that walked into the restroom.

All in all the event was as expected, a lot of colourful mess, with some awesome DJ’s that kept the crowd moving the duration of the event. The general feeling seemed as if the majority enjoyed the event and enjoyed getting colourful.

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Durban Colour Festival

Coming to Durban 6th April 2013

In the spirit of Madiba’s vision of a rainbow nation – we present “The Colour Festival Durban”, an electronic dance music party that incorporates the element of colour powders from the legendary Holi festival combined with a stellar line-up of local and international deejays.

Originally emanating from India, colour festivals have taken the world by storm and successfully spread to countries like Singapore, Germany, the USA, with Spain, France, Switzerland and many others currently planning to host their own.

This non–religious event set on African soil makes it a truly amazing melting pot of cultures. Featuring a line-up of broad of cross-over artists, the event promises to cater to multiple tastes and get the whole city dancing in a bright display of colour.

Let´s celebrate the diversity of KwaZulu Natal and indeed the city of Durban, with all of the passion and flare that makes this a truly unique South African city. Let’s show the rest of the country, and the world, how we celebrate ourselves in Durban.

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Line Up

featuring: The Big Bad Wolf (MC)

12H30 – 13H00: DJ Competition Winner (TBC)
13H00 – 14H00: Warren G B2B Ameeth Shah
14H00 – 15H00: Dums
15H00 – 1st BIG COLOUR TOSS
15H00 – 15H50: Ryan The DJ (5FM)
15H50 – 16H40: Spindoctor
16H40 – 17H30: Coco Loco
17H30 – 18H30: Deon G (ECR)
18H30 – 19H30: Dino Bravo (5FM)
19H30 – 20H30: Grimehouse
20H30 – 21H30: Pascal & Pearce
21H30 – 22H30: Dirty Herz
22H30 – 23H30: Tyronne Scott B2B SK9

 

Check out this video for what to expect

Tickets
Tickets on sale online and at WAKABERRY STORES in DURBAN! All Standard Tickets sold through Wakaberry Retail outlets Include (2) Packets of Colour Powder of your choice, given to you on entry to the Festival; 6th April, 2013 with proof of and / or original purchased ticket.

STANDARD TICKETS: R190 pp. Includes 2 packets of colour powder of your choice.
PREMIUM TICKETS R260 pp. Included 2 packets of colour powder of your choice, and the official “Color Festival Durban” T-shirt in your size (as long as stock lasts.)
COMMUNITY TICKET R235 pp. Including 2 packets of colour powder of your choice. For every two community tickets sold, the organizers will contribute and additional R45, and allow someone less fortunate to attend the festival for the cost of only a R45 tickets.