Wondering where to celebrate Holi Festival this year?
Get your diary, delete†any dates that might interfere with these, cancel on mates, invite them to this, it’s better.
Let’s give you a bit of background first, here’s some history for you. Holi is a Hindu Spring Festival, also known as the ‘Festival of colours’ or ‘Festival of love,’ it is the celebration of the coming of Spring, of new life and the energy that it brings. People in India often forget about their strict caste system and come together over the course of the two day festival it usually falls over February or March.
This year it falls on the 13th of March. Happy Holi everyone!
Ok, so here’s the details you need to get your whites dirty;
Fed up of wearing your work uniform everyday? Take your tie off and leave it at the door, put on some protective gear (because we want you to keep your shirt on, but we don’t want it to get ruined) and go throw paint at each other for 30 minutes in this party, purpose-built pod close to Liverpool Street…. we couldn’t think of a better way to spend your lunch break. They even serve cocktails and food. Tickets are between £8-15. Find out more at†The House of Holi Devonshire Square
Wembley Park hosts it this year on Saturday July the 29th…JULY, JULY you say? Yeah that’s right, this is essentially a really good excuse to get a bit drunk get your mates together and throw a lot of paint at them. A good Saturday day out. From 12pm, tickets cost between £27.99-42.99. Find out more here Holi Festival of Colours
Spring is here†so lets all get messy, throwing paint or otherwise…..