BiH Color Festival

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BiH Color Festival
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DatesJuly–August
Location(s)Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina
Years active2016-present
Websitebihcolorfestival.com

The BiH Color Festival is an electronic music festival held annually in Brčko, Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1][2] Its concept is based on the Indian and Nepali spring festival Holi ( /ˈhl/; Sanskrit: होली Holī).[3] Festival attendees cover themselves in washable natural plant-derived colors such as turmeric, neem, dhak, and kumkum. A further one thousand kilograms of dry paint is shot over the crowd during the festival.[4][5] It was established in 2016 and is held in July or August.[6][7] It exclusively showcases unsigned and underground artists from the Former Yugoslavia.[8]

Festival by year[edit]

Year Dates Attendance Main artists
2016[9] 12-13 August 5,000 Drop Department, LuckyDee, Miloš Stankić, S.A.S.H.A., NEBS JACK, RI5E & 5HINE, Switch2Smile, Troublemakers, Vandal Steve, Vibe Out, WRECKΛGE, Zap Me Strobe, DYRIX, Speaker Humpin, RE3ORN, O&S, KRØWN
2017[10] 28-29 July 6,000 Rise & Shine, No Control, Vic Damazi, Vantiz, Sasha Mikac, Matroda, Miloš Stankić, Patimonsta, Waking George, KRØWN, Odison, Zap Me Strobe, Wreckage, Vandal Steve, META, EXPLO, Mark Andersson, DJ Black Acid
2018[11] 27-28 July 6,500 Karim Mika, Radiology, Drop Department, Mladen Tomić, Andrew Meller, Vladimir Aćić, WRECKΛGE, Pessto, Miloš Stankić, Vandal Steve, Timo G, Sasha Mikac, Clay Clemens, Steve Lowell, Vantiz, MILHØUSE, Wux,Medicality & Tywin Fox, Dexx, Space Motion, Vanyano, Eduy (Official), DIMA, Shivoos, Dražen Zimonjić, Frankie NV, Speaker Humpin, Ricochet, SML, Emil Preljević

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Oboji svoje ljeto uz BiH Color Festival 28. i 29. jula u Brčkom" (in Bosnian). 6yka.com. 2017-07-13.
  2. ^ "BiH Color Festival po drugi put u Brčkom" (in Bosnian). otisak.ba. 2017-07-25. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  3. ^ ""BiH Color Festival" u Brčkom u bojama Indije: Šareni svet u ritmu muzike za ples" (in Bosnian). blic.rs.
  4. ^ Jojić, David (2017-07-30). "Završen "BiH Color Festival": Šarenilo boja i muzike za nezaboravan provod" (in Bosnian). nezavisne.com. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  5. ^ "Završen BiH Color Festival 2 (FOTO)" (in Bosnian). nula49.com. 2017-07-31. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  6. ^ "BiH Color Festival: Jedinstven događaj u regionu" (in Bosnian). n1info.com. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  7. ^ "Drugi BiH Color Festival 28. i 29. jula – iznenađenja i noviteti" (in Bosnian). otisak.ba. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  8. ^ "Drugi BiH Color Festival 28. i 29. jula – iznenađenja i noviteti" (in Bosnian). otisak.ba. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  9. ^ "BiH Color Festival: Jedinstven događaj u regionu" (in Bosnian). n1info.com.
  10. ^ "BiH Color Festival 2017 – Line Up" (in Breton). otisak.ba. Retrieved 2018-04-17.
  11. ^ "BiH Color Festival 2018 – Line Up" (in Breton). otisak.ba. Retrieved 2018-04-17.

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