The Cape Town edition of the HOLI ONE Colour festival took place over the weekend. Photographer Stu Shapiro took some epic photos at this one day festival which had a huge amount of Cape Townians dancing at the Grand Parade.
It looks like it was a fun-filled and colourful affair. It also looks like one of the those events that “you wish you’ve been to”.
You can view more photos from this spectacular Cape Town event on the Cape Town HOLI ONE Facebook page. Check out this video clip featuring highlights of the Cape Town HOLI ONE Colour Festival Below
Joburgers should brace themselves because they will be getting their turn for the HOLI ONE Colour festival in less than a month. No line-up has been announced for the Johannesburg event yet, but you can bet both your tiniest toes that it’s going to be awesome.
The Johannesburg leg of the HOLI ONE Colour festival takes place at Emmerentia Dam on the 6th of April 2013 (from 12 PM to 8 PM). Ticket Pricing for the HOLI ONE Colour Festival is as follows:
- General admission tickets to the festival cost R190 on Web Tickets.
- General admission tickets including powder (5 colours) cost R290 on Web Tickets.
- Tickets at the gate on the day cost R250.
Powder will also be sold separately at the event for R20 per 100g. Five different colours are available to choose from. For more information about this event, check out the official HOLI ONE website. You can also check out the HOLI ONE Johannesburg page on Facebook or follow @holioneSA on Twitter for more info.
I’m really looking forward to the Johannesburg HOLI ONE Colour festival. I haven’t been to an electro festival in ages. This looks and sounds like it’s going to be extremely epic.
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