This truly Luxembourg festival returns on 18-20 August for its fifth edition with a chance for people to discover local artists, musicians and performers and do a bit of shopping.
The eclectic music line-up spans a number of genres from pop and punk to blues and metal, with Sunday promising a chill-out line-up.
Kolla Festival does not hold back when it comes to food and this year will serve local produce as well as vegetarian and vegan fayre and a selection of refreshing drinks, including free water, to wash it all down with.
Don’t miss the market where people can buy groceries and find out more about local organisations. The public can participate in workshops at some, like the “Do-it-yourself” stand, and also shop for second-hand clothing, CDs, DVDs, toys, books and more in the troc area.
There is something for everyone among the line-up of performances on offer, which include circus shows, mini-cinema, yoga, karaoke and speed dating. To top it all off, a range of art works will be on display as part of the “Antropical” artist residency.
Like it so much you want to stay? A free campsite facility by the grounds means that provided you have a tent, you can do just that. Entrance costs €10 and is free to children aged under 13.