Over 1,400 redheads descended on the Dutch city for the annual celebration that has taken place every year in the city since 2005, Metro reports.
The event sees ginger people meet up for a weekend of partying and celebration and attracts individuals from 52 countries.
Festival organiser Bart Rouwenhorst said that the event attracts all types of ginger-haired people.
"We have families with children, we have older people who were teased as children and then we have many proud women who come to the festival."
He added: "When people come together as redheads, they just look at each other. They have a certain bond."
The festival is partly funded by local government and puts on cultural events, music and art exhibitions for the red-haired community.
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