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Eclectic mix on industrial grounds: Colours of Ostrava 2022

One collects stamps, the other Pokémon cards. But the organization of Colours of Ostrava takes it to the next level and collects public prizes. The festival is famous for its impressive location: the rusty industrial area of Dolní Vitkovice.

At Colours of Ostrava it is like walking through a fairy tale. The festival site is located on a deserted industrial estate, where the stages are literally hidden between coal mines and giant melting furnaces. It doesn’t get more photogenic than that! The line-up consists of a usual set of headliners and other popular international acts, but also jazz artists and classical music – something you rarely see at other festivals. The festival weekend is also filled with street theatre, inspirational speakers who really have something to say, pop-up cinemas and intimate performances in the cellars of the gigantic sheds.. And all this for a typical Eastern European price.

Line up

Alternative Rock

The Killers


Martin Garrix


Twenty One Pilots





Indie Pop

Kings of Convenience

Alternative Rock

Modest Mouse


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  • Alex Teshleff
  • Anna RF
  • Anna Wolf
  • Bakermat
  • Bazzookas
  • C.C. White
  • Chef'Special
  • Dardelica
  • Darkstar
  • Darzack
  • Eelke Kleijn
  • Fatoumata Diawara
  • Fofoulah
  • Gioli & Assia
  • Giorgia Angiuli
  • Hang Massive
  • Hiromi: The Piano Quintet
  • Hudson Taylor
  • Inhaler
  • Ivan & The Parazol
  • Joel Culpepper
  • Kalandra
  • King'N'Doom feat. Cheikh Lô
  • Kings of Convenience
  • LIFE
  • LP
  • Lindy-Fay Hella & Dei Farne
  • Lova Lova
  • Marina Satti
  • Mark Eliyahu
  • Markéta Irglová
  • Martin Garrix
  • Matias Aguayo
  • Mazaher
  • Mirabai Ceiba
  • Modest Mouse
  • Moon Duo present The Lightship
  • Pengshui
  • Princess Nokia
  • Puuluup
  • Rodrigo Cuevas
  • Roosevelt Collier
  • S+C+A+R+R
  • SAMA
  • Sam Ryder
  • Shtuby
  • Sleaford Mods
  • SuRealistas
  • Talisk
  • The Hatters
  • The Killers
  • The Tune
  • Tindersticks
  • Twenty One Pilots
  • Wardruna
  • Youssou N'Dour
  • Yīn Yīn

Line up

New Blues

Rag'n'Bone Man


The Cure

Indie Pop

Florence + The Machine

Indie Pop

Tom Walker


Colours of Ostrava 2022 takes place from Wednesday July 13 until Saturday July 16 2022.

As soon as this information is announced, it will be immediately posted on our website.

As soon as this information is announced, it will be immediately posted on our website.

There is no minimum age at Colours of Ostrava. However, children with a length below 1.40 m can enter the festival for free. Children taller than 1.40 m but under the age of 15 can enter the festival site at a reduced rate.

Vítkovická, 703 00 Ostrava-Vítkovice, Czech Republic.

What do I have to know?

In cooperation with Interrail, Festival Travel offers train tickets with which you can travel through Europe. Interrail passes give you unlimited train access for a certain period within 31 European countries, excluding your home country. This way you can make your festival holiday even more special and adventurous.

How do I book an Interrail Pass?

For more information, please visit the Interrail page. It’s also possible to book an Interrail Pass on the Interrail website via the Festival Travel x Interrail webpage.

What do I have to know?

Festivals are perfect to visit during a European road trip. Decide for yourself how much space you have, who you take with you, where you stop and how far you go.


Keep in mind that you will pass several toll roads on the way. At most of these check points you can pay by credit card, but it’s always wise to bring cash with you.


Distance to Ostrava:
– From Paris: 1.398 km
– From Berlin: 5.678 km
– From Milan: 1.162 km

The official currency in Czech Republic is the Czech Koruna. The general exchange rate is 27 CZK / 1 EUR.

CET – Central European Time.

Police: 158
Ambulance: 155
Fire department: 154
General emergency number: 112

It depends on where you come from, but if you’re from the EU, an identity card is sufficient.

In Czech Republic they use European plugs of type C, E and F (two-pole, round-pin power plugs).

You can drink water from the tap, unless it’s indicated otherwise.