There will be one of the largest red-haired pub crawls in Scotland to raise money for cancer research and to celebrate on 26 May 2023.
Organised by Marie Lewis, the event will be hosted in Elgin, Moray, where all redheads are invited to meet at Cooper Park, in front of Elgin Cathedral at 8pm. The attendees will get their picture taken, and are asked to donate £10 to the charity website. The group will then walk across the bridge to visit Elgin’s pubs, bars, restaurants, and clubs at your own pace. Everyone who attends should be 18 or older. You should also book accommodation in advance.
So remember, get yourselves to Elgin on 26 May 2023 for a night to remember!
Possibly the most famous ginger celebration of all. This summertime festival is held in Tilburg, Netherlands. The festival focuses on art, lectures, music, and demonstrations connected to red hair. There is a campsite available for families and guests, who can relax and eat delicious foods together. The festival usually holds over 40,000 guests – with redhead attendees encouraged to wear the same colour. For 2023, the colour is ‘hibiscus rose’.
The festival was founded by the Dutch artist Bart Rouwenhorst, who advertised his need for ginger models back in 2005. Instead of the 15 he asked for, 150 redheads volunteered. The group took part in a photoshoot, and for years later, the tradition continued. There you have it! Roodharigendag!
This festival usually takes place in September, on the coast of Favignana in Sicily. This event greets you with, not only the picturesque views of the ocean, but also games, music, stalls, and competitions.
This event sets out to raise awareness about the dangers of human trafficking and bullying. On the main stage, performances are held – dedicated to displaying the talents of redheads worldwide! There are also food stalls, BBQs, and prizes.
This festival takes place in Arras, a city in northern France. The event hosts fashion shows, a ‘redheads got talent’ competition, stalls, music, and great food. Festival des Ch’tis Roux (Welcome Redheads Festival) intends to celebrate redheads worldwide.
The concrete jungle where your dreams are made of! The League of Extraordinary Redheads hosts a ‘Night of the Walking Red’ pretty much every year, held in Troy, New York. This event usually takes place within the first week of October. There are drinks, games, and food available to all of the guests. There is also an opportunity to witness lectures and have your photos taken on a red (of course) carpet!
Love Your Red Hair Day – 5 November
This day is recognised as an international celebration day. It is dedicated to celebrating those with red hair, whether you consider it to be auburn, ginger, burgundy, or red – this one is for you!
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