Want to celebrate Holi this year, but are tired of the same 'rang barase' Bollywood-themed gatherings? Well, things just got far more interesting for you. A host of music-oriented Holi dos are adding new colours to the festival...delhi Updated: Mar 16, 2013 00:20 IST
Want to celebrate Holi this year, but are tired of the same 'rang barase' Bollywood-themed gatherings? Well, things just got far more interesting for you. A host of music-oriented Holi dos are adding new colours to the festival...
Holi festivals around the corner
Rang Holi Open Air Music festival
At World of wonders, The great India place, Noida, Wednesday, March 27, 10 am to 5 pm, Rs 999- 2999 for passes. Call: 9871872257
USP: Experience fully loaded with mind blowing music, exciting games, rain dance, mud rush along with delectable spread of snacks and beverages, featuring performances by Nucleya, Dualist Inquiry, Midival Punditz, DJ Khushi and a lot more.
At F&B Farms Chattarpur Wednesday, March 27, 10 am to 10 pm, Rs 1750- 3000 for passes, available at kyazoonga.com.
USP: An exciting line-up of more than 15 show-stopping acts including the legendary GOA GIL! Open spaces, 3 stages, rain dance, and a lot more. Also featuring Main, EDM and Live stages. Performances by Audio Pervert, Hashback Hashish, Lifafa, Begum and a lot more.
At Zorba, MG Road, Near Sultanpur Metro Station, Wednesday, March 27, 12 to 8 pm, Call: 9811630333
Tickets available at kyazoonga.com ranging Rs 1500 - 3000
USP: Electronic Dance Music experiments, lip smacking treats, street food, the beer barn, with performances by Tritha electric with folk-o-rama friends, G*ndu Circus, Ganesh Talkies, Shakey Rays and more.
At Lilywhite Hotel, Chattarpur, Wednesday, March 27, 10 am onwards.Passes available at kyazoonga.com for Rs 1500
USP: A mirage of bursting colours, the best of international and Indian artists, a variety of cocktails Holi delicacies, extensive fun activities and attractions. Performances by Ace Ventura (from Israel ), Liquid Sould (from Switzerland ) and Emok (from Denmark ).
- Srishti Jha