Color Music Festival 2023

Color Music Festival 2023
Campo nell'Elba
Marina di Campo

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Color Music Festival 23 returns to the beautiful beach of Marina di Campo on the Island of Elba.

Under the patronage of the municipality of Campo nell'Elba, organised by the socio-cultural association
La Giostra, in collaboration with Ral Milano and the support of Partesa and Red Bull.

It is a day dedicated to colours, music and fun, an event that can
involve an audience of all ages depending on the time of day.
On 9 August 2023 from 14.00 to 02.00 the beach at Marina di Campo (Island of Elba) will be coloured,
turning into a real village with bar areas, games for children and families and lots of
lots of music! Throughout the day there will be live bands and DJ sets on stage, an unforgettable column
sound of the most colourful day of summer 2023!

The Color Music Festival format foresees that at the signal of the presenters (approximately every hour) the audience
is unleashed in throwing coloured (environmentally friendly) powders in the air to the rhythm of music, turning into
a spot of dancing colour.
At the same time, colourful bombs will also be fired from the stage at the entire audience that
will make the experience even more powerful and immersive by transforming the Colour Music Festival into
a unique event.

14.00 (Opening) - 20.00: Colour Launch (countdown every hours)
Dj Set Alessio Cappelli and MC Chellavox
At the end of each hour, the MC Chellavox speaker will involve the audience in the throwing of powders

20.00 - 21.30: Chill Out Sunset
Beach, music and sunset will be the ingredients that make up the aperitif moment
by the sea, a moment of relaxation before dancing again!

21.30- 22.15: Live Music
Interiorama (Electro Cumbia)

22.30- 00.00: Live Music
Cacao Mental

00.15 - 02.00: Dj Set Alessio Cappelli and CdB
Closing of the evening with the Laser Show by EOS

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