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An electronic colour fiesta
Unfortunately, Holi Fusion Torino 2017 has been cancelled due to technical issues. Please find further details here, on the festival's official Facebook page. Festicket customers will be contacted.
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Holi Fusion Torino is a modern take on the traditional Indian festival of colours, held in the Italian city of Turin.
On arrival, festival-goers are bestowed with plentiful supplies of coloured powder paint and given free reign to coat friends and strangers alike in all manner of vibrant colours
Accompanying the colourful antics will be a selection of DJs playing the best in feel-good house and EDM to fans of all ages and from all backgrounds. It is after all, known as the festival of sharing love.
The lineup for 2017 has not been released yet. Last year it included Gabry Ponte, Juicy M, MUST DIE and more.
Holi Fusion takes place in the grounds of the Palavela, an indoor sports arena on the banks of the river Po.
Palavela di Torino, Via Ventimiglia 145, Turin, 10127, Italy
If you are flying into Turin, then you can reach the city centre via bus from the airport. This should take around 30-45 minutes, or alternatively, a taxi will take roughly 15 minutes and will cost between €30-€40.
Turin is also easily accessible by rail or coach from Italy's major cities as well as those of neighbouring European countries.
Once in the city, you can reach the festival site by taking Metro Line 1 to Metro Lingotto. The site is then just a 10 minute walk away.
All ages are welcome at Holi Fusion and those under can attend for free, but do of course need to be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian. Similarly, anyone up to the age of 16 must be accompanied by a parent/legal guardian.
Yes, it is tested and certified safe according to European regulations. Nevertheless, the festival dissuades people with respiratory problems (like asthma) or allergic to corn to attend the festival.
No. Your safety and the environment are a top priority so only tested and certified coloured powder are allowed in the festival area. You will be able to get it at the colour stands.
Yes, the colours can be easily washed away with water and normal soap or shampoo. In rare occasions, the colours can stick more to previously damaged hairs, in that case they will just go away naturally after few days or with repeated washing. No special product is needed.
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