HOLI IN DELHI! 

Places to go on Holi in Delhi

With the colour spurge hitting the sky, India ushers the season of spring with this vibrant festival of Holi. From Rangpanchami in Maharashtra to Lathimaar Holi in Mathura, Holi is known by different names depending upon which part of the world you live in. Just for a while, let’s skip all the traditional names; the best name for Holi is fun, fun and more fun.
If we take a trip down the memory lane, it was during the time leading up to Holi that the mischievous kids created armies which were particularly known as the ‘Holi ki Toli’. They attacked almost everyone with their ‘pichkaris’, ‘water balloons’, and all the other colours of Holi and nobody could ever say no to this. Afterall the custom itself says ‘Bura na maano Holi hai’.
The smell of Traditional sweets and intoxicating drinks were enough to fascinate to add to the charm of this festival. From the splash of colours to the amalgamation of traditions, the excitement of this festival is never comparable. With the passage of time, things changed but the spirit of the festival remains the same. Just like earlier, every corner of the country celebrates the biggest festival of colours with great enthusiasm but now, in a way that is different from the customs. The young generation steps out of the monotony and enjoys the Holi fests organized with loud music, eatables, refreshing brews, water activities and colour pops. Stepping out from home and celebrating Holi at splendid spaces is the new trend set by the young generation. With the rain dance parties, large pools and thousands in the crowd, Holi not only feels like a tradition but also becomes a way of refresh yourself from the ties of boring life.
When it comes to celebrations, the capital is always better than ever. Let’s welcome the most colourful festival of all of times and say a happy goodbye to the winters. With lots of games, music, colours,and delicious delicacies, Holi events are the most awaited fests of all the time.

With the Holi around the corner, let’s add the touch of ‘Dilliwala Twist’ and enjoy this vibrant festival in these most happening places of the town.

Holi India Colour festival:
Balam Pitchkari: Farm houses are one of the splendid spaces to enjoy festival like Holi. This place organizes the most happening Holi Party of all the times. It takes place annually at buddh farms in Noida. It is assured that once you go there, you will enjoy the never ending fun and would want to return every year to get lost in the beauty of this fest. Last year, the event was named as Balam Pitchkari. From the rain dance party, to large pools, loud music to delicacies, every arrangement here is so perfect that you will have a great splash.
Prices: Yet to be announced
Exact location: Yet to be announced
Date: 21st March, 2019

South Delhi: The Holi blast 4.0 is the blend of Music, Art, & Colours. With the thousands of people dressed up and coming all together, it enhances the happiness and madness of the festival. You can enjoy live music, EDM and huge range of drinks here. The non-stop music will definitely take up your festive vibes and make you shake a leg on the dance floor.
When: 21st March, 2019
Where: Kalagram, The Garden of Five Senses, Westend Marg, Saidulajab, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi

Holi Moo festival: This festival is the ground for likeminded friends, musicians and artists. So, if you want to indulge in some new connections, then this place is perfect for you. For the touch of madness, the organizers set up multiple stages here with food spreads served with your favourite brew. So, this Holi take your experiences to a whole new level.
Where: Jhankar Lawns, Asiad Tower, Asiad Village, New Delhi
Date: 21st March, 2019
Price: 2500 onwards

Unite Holi music festival: This is also known as the one of the most reasonable fests of Delhi. The riots of colours, music, and brews buzz at Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. Unite Holi music festival is one of the biggest Holi parties in New Delhi. Two hours of music, water activities, colour splash and a loud crowd of around 5000 will definitelymake your Holi happy.
Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium
Date: 21st March, 2019
Price: 799 to 1499

Holi Nation: Want to play Holi in a different style? Here is your destination. Roll out your feet on the perfect musical extravaganza with Punjabi songs and dance away all your stress. This year, say cheers to the colourful crazy Holi.
Where: Ansal Plaza, South Ex, August Kranti Marg, New Delhi
Date: 21st March,2019
Price: Yet to be announced

Holi Rush’19: Let’s get crazy with craziest Holi Bash in town. Tick off everyone in your list and fill the capital city with hues of colour. Groove on the beats of EDM, with eatables and beverages and play Holi with extra-madness.
Where: Vanjara Farm, Palam Farms, New Delhi
Date: 21st March, 2019

Holi Dhamaal: This is a traditional Holi festival celebrated every year with lots of love and madness. If you are an environment friendly person, then this place is the perfect for you. The festival hosts famous DJs with mix genres of music during the party. Music, colours and good vibes is the theme of this festival, which will offer you a fun-filled day with exquisite delicacies and activities to keep you occupied throughout the day.
When: 17th March
Where: Dilli Haat Janakpuri Janakpuri Rd Janakpuri New Delhi