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Holi Festival of Colours Dortmund 2019

  • Fredenbaumpark, Dortmund, Germany
  • 31 August 2019
Holi Festival of Colours Dortmund 2019

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Electronic music and the beauty of Holi festival

Holi Festival of Colours Dortmund is an electronic music festival in Germany. Lineups packed full of local and international house music pave the way for a landslide of partying – but the real star of the show is off-stage.

Clouds of red, yellow, blue, green and pink spread a blanket over each and every person, as all racial and social divides are disintegrated in an instant. The Indian traditional rite of Holi has travelled far and wide, incorporating electronic music culture to create a unifying party unlike any other.

Dortmund joins with cities across Germany and Europe in celebrating the positivity of humankind, of great music and of time spent in creative expression alongside other like-minded people.

This festival is part of a nationwide series of Holi Festival of Colours events – see them all here


The 2019 lineup will be announced closer to the festival.

North of Dortmund city centre, Fredenbaumpark is a lusciously forested area that includes its own lake. The park is very well connected with the rest of Dortmund.


Fredenbaumpark, Lindenhorster Str. 6, Dortmund, 44147, Germany


The nearest international airport to Dortmund is Dusseldorf, however, you still may be able to find some direct flights to Dortmund. 

The city is easily accessible by rail from the rest of Germany though.

Once in the city, you can get a 5 minute taxi out to Fredenbaumpark from the city centre.

The festival is 16+ and ID may be required at the entrance. 

No, unfortunately not. For both environmental and health reasons, only the certified festival powder is allowed on the premises.

There is no dress code, however, most festival-goers come dressed in white because it works best with the coloured powder.

Yes, the colours can be washed out easily, however, bright fabrics are more sensitive.

Yes, the colours can be removed from the skin and hair easily.

On site there will be a sale of paint powder at a cost of 2 euros per pack.


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