Czech Republic’s finest pop culture melting pot
Colours Of Ostrava, the Czech Republic’s multi award-winning summer festival, is about to turn the heat up again in 2014 when it returns to post-industrial background of Dolní Vítkovice – a site peppered with former blast furnaces, mines and ironworks.
Bringing together the biggest names in jazz, world music, rock, pop as well as the alternative scene, this four-day fiesta is a true melting pot for pop culture.
But that’s not all, there will also be an accompanying programme of theatre, workshops, discussion and film, along with plenty of activities for children and a wide selection of decent beers.
Don't forget your ticket will get you money off several tourist spots around the city as well.
Robert Plant and the Sensational Space, The National, ZAZ, MGMT, Bastille, John Newman, John Butler Trio, Angélique Kidjo, Chet Faker, Emiliana Torrini, Trentemøller, Seasick Steve
Jamie Woon, The Astroids Galaxy Tour, Ólafur Arnalds, MØ, John Grant, Shaka Ponk, Charles Bradley And His Extraordinaires, Goat, Les Tambours Du Bronx, Hidden Orchestra, Abby
Iyeoka, Taksin Trio, Guillaume Perret & The Electric Epic, Skip&Die, Winston McAnuuf & Fixi, Rupa & The April Fishes, La Yegros, Jupiter & Okwess International, Nomfusi, Kuroma
Isaya, Belleruche, Debademba, A Tribe Called Red, Ve Zou Via, Mazalda, David Wax Museum, OKA, Fanfaraï, 9Bach, Dan Bárta & Illustrasphere, Monkey Business.
Chinaski, Bára Hrzánová & Condurango, Horkyze Slize, Anna K, www, Vypsaná Fixa, Prago Union, Michal Hrūza, Polemic, Never Sol, Vlasta Redi a Naše nová kapela, 5P Luboše Pospísila
Fast Food Orchestra, Lake Malawi, Korben Dallas, Ille, The Chances, První hore, Mydy Rabycad, Bijou Terrier, Gipsy.cz, Vees, Naked Floor, Eddie Stoilow, Bezobratri, Listolet
Eggnoise, Materska.com, No Distance Paradise
Known as "the steel heart of the Republic", due to its coal mining background, Ostrava is the third largest city in the Czech Republic.
The festival takes place at Dolní Vítkovice, a nearby post-industrial area, and shows among the former blast furnaces, mines and ironworks give the event a whole new dimension.
Místecká, Dolní oblast Vítkovice, Ostrava-Vítkovice, Ostrava, 70300, Czechia
The festival will have the following opening hours:
Yes, there will be two cash machines at the festival.
Yes, there is car parking available but it's limited. Both the festival and campsite car parks cost 500 CZK (around 18 Euro) and booking in advance is recommended. Check the official website for full details.
Yes, a 24/7 storage area will be made available to visitors throughout the festival in the Hlubina Mine building. You will be required to pay a small charge of 50 CZK (2 Euro) to store items.
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