Under 18 Colour Festival
A dance music festival for under 18s, driven by the magical experience of hourly ‘colour splashes’ – Sat 18 from 12h00 to 22h00 in Sandton.
A dance music festival driven by the magical experience of uniting colour splashes which celebrates the variety of South Africa’s rich cultural diversity, the Colour Fest South Africa U18 provides a unique, safe and colourful event with favourite acts and deejays; a kaleidoscope of cultures, colour and creative fun catered specifically for the youth, with electronic music aimed directly towards an U18 crowd, in a safe and secure, alcohol free environment that provides the very best in entertainment.
• This festival is strictly for under 18’s only
• Unique and safe venue
• South African artists/DJs and live performers
• Colossal sound, staging and lighting rig
Colour Festival is an electronic dance music festival that incorporates the element of colour powders from the Indian festival of ‘Holi‘, combined with modern electronic dance music showcased by both international and local artists/DJs.
The diversity of South Africa will be celebrated and promoted by the production of a dance music festival of international standards.
The concept: Thousands of patrons, dressed in white, will come together to share in music, dance, performance art and visualisations, with a uniformed ‘colour-splash’ which will take place every hour.
After a minimum of three ‘colour-splashes’ the audience will be completely covered by the coloured powder, depicting a true ‘rainbow nation’ feel.
At this point, race/colour cannot be determined and all those in attendance will come together as one. The festival is viewed as a true ‘nation building’ experience!
Please note: This event is STRICTLY for UNDER 18’s ONLY!
Tickets are available online at: www.webtickets.co.za
Tickets: R 250 (includes one packet of colour powder of your choice). Available from Webtickets.
Complimentary packets of colour powder will only be given to patrons upon entry at the festival.
Tickets are non-refundable.
SAFETY AND COMFORT ADVICE:
Although the colours are completely natural, a pair of goggles or sunglasses helps protect against unnecessary eye irritation.
APPLY/WEAR OIL OR LOTION
The paint will adhere better and it is easier to rinse off later. A cap or hat is also recommended.
WEAR OLD CLOTHES
Although the powder can be easily washed out, you should not wear/TAKE your best clothes with you.
Tip: You could purchase an original white ‘Colour Festival T-Shirts’ available for both men and woman.
WEAR WHITE CLOTHES
The colours bear out brightest on white fabric.
CONTACT LENS WEARERS
If possible, rather wear glasses rather than contact lenses as the paint may cause irritation on the contact lenses.
CLOSE YOUR EYES AND KEEP YOUR MOUTH CLOSED!
You will you pelted with coloured powder, so be sure to keep your eyes and mouth closed at these times.
If someone does not want to be pelted with powder, please respect their wishes.
Where: Innesfree Park, Corner Grayston Drive and Katherine Avenue, Sandton