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Crazy indeed! The Colour Me Crazy festival was a fun day all round!  From start to finish, the 5km ‘race’ was enjoyed by young and old as they were blasted with multi-coloured powder from the ‘side-lines’ by festival volunteers.  Each kilometre ’check point’ was marked by either red, blue, yellow or green  powder –  a much more interactive and fun way to count down the kilometres before reaching the finish line.

The Colour Me Crazy festival – the first of its kind in South Africa culminated with a music concert featuring the likes of Good Luck and Locnville, both firm favourites of mine. The DJs spinning the decks didn’t disappoint and every visitor danced, jumped and colour-powered one another with every beat!

Although a tad too expensive in terms of food and beverage options, the festival itself was an exciting day and I will most certainly do it again. I loved seeing so many international tourists at the festival and I am proud to say that South Africa pulled off a phenomenal (and colourful) show! I still have the red and blue paint (on me) to prove it (a 3rd attempt will hopefully wash it all off).

For more information on the Colour Me Crazy festival, visit their website.

Have you ever attended a Colour Run Festival?

A review by Jana van  der Spuy, Cape Grace PR Executive.

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