Holi Festival 2015_colors (Richmond Chi)


Why don’t you add a little more color to the merry month of March? Be part of the Holi Festival 2016, a festival welcoming the coming of spring, a festival of colors, laughter, love, and friendship. For the fourth time, the Holi Festival is coming to Manila, back and better than ever!

Holi 2016 poster_as of Feb26


Celebrate with hundreds, and maybe even thousands of others on March 20, 2016, at the SM by the Bay Central Park. Feel the spring and colorful vibes as you throw your hands up in the air with colored powder, or gulal. Dance together with lively performances featuring Indian and Bollywood songs and dances and live drummers and move to the beat of a guest DJ!


Holi Festival 2015_toss (Richmond Chi)

Holi Festival 2015_Rangoli (Andressa Flores)


Tons of games and prizes await you in this festival of merryment. Don’t miss out on the mouthwatering authentic Indian cuisine stalls, mehndi (henna) tattoos, and Indian-ware, all available to purchase (and maybe you could win some or get some for free? You never know!) as remembrances of the predictably awesome time you will have.


Holi Festival 2015_dance (Veejay Calutan)


Last year, around 2,000 people attended the festival. This year, they’re hoping for more!

Be part of this bright and beautiful celebration. See you there! Holi hai! Holi hai!  #HoliMNL2016

Visit any SM Tickets outlet or call 477-2222 now to purchase tickets for only PhP 150 (pre-selling) and PhP 200 (on-site). For inquiries and volunteer opportunities, contact Asia Society Philippines at info@asiasociety.org.ph.


Holi Festival 2016 is co-organized with the Embassy of India, Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce, Indian Ladies Club, and SingIndia Music of the Soul, sponsored by India Tourism, supported by Air Asia and New India Assurance, with special thanks to Ambica, Jockey, Oakley, Speedo, RK Manufacturing and WiPro, and our media partners: ANC, ClicktheCity.com, CNN Philippines, Coconuts Manila, Interaksyon.com, Manila Bulletin, Scout Magazine, Travelife, and WheninManila.com.






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