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Holi Hai: Festival of Colours (Rang De Holi)

Hosted by a member of the Singapore Cultural Diversity Group
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Took place 2 months ago
Sat 16 Mar 11:00 - 15:00

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As we celebrate the different colours of life and cultural diversity among us, get ready to be smeared with colours and drenched in colourful water and yet have loads of fun. Holi hai!

Holi is the Indian Hindu Festival of Colours or Festival of Love.
It heralds the advent of spring and the harvest season and celebrates the victory of good over evil.
Most importantly, the festival is so much fun that it brings joy to everyone's heart!

Rang De Holi Protected content , one of the biggest events for celebrating Holi in Singapore, will be held on 16th & 23rd Mar Protected content Protected content

You will need to purchase the tickets from their website:Protected content

Please note that even if you sign up for this activity on InterNations, you will need to purchase your own ticket from the event organizers via the link above.
If you are bringing your family or friends, please do book their tickets, and ask them to say hello to our group as well.

Join us to spend a colourful and fun day with friends, where you get to enjoy:
• Dancing to Bollywood Music with live DJ
• Eco-friendly Non-Toxic colours (1 colour packet included in the ticket price, can purchase more at the venue if required)
• Delicious Indian food & drinks (To be bought separately)
• Dance performances by different age group
• Dance floor with Rain dance

Please note that the area and venue will be crowded and you will need to wait some time in the queue to enter.
So please arrive early by at least 11.15am. In case you come in later, it will be very difficult for you to locate us, as phones will be in our bags and we will look unrecognizable with all the colours on our face.

Dress code:
You may wear whatever you please.
But please note that lighter-colored clothing will get stained
Most people will be wearing white, especially white tshirt or Indian kurtas. Which is usually discarded after this event.
Indian ethnic wear is not mandatory.
Though it's a beach side event, kindly refrain from wearing only swimwear.
Ladies, please be very careful with the jewelry, as rings and earrings are especially prone to get lost, so recommend not wearing them.
Wear comfortable shoes, preferably flipflops or similar, as the floor will be wet.
Pro-Tip: Rub oil or oil-based sunscreen on your face and body, and the colors will wash off very easily.

Before the activity:
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And yes, do have your breakfast, the dance and colour play is a bit exhausting.

Celebrating Holi:
Sway to the beats of Bollywood dance music as you play with colours.
Don't forget to smear your friends in colour, the more the better.
Please do not be offended if strangers apply colour to your face or douse you with buckets of coloured water, as it's part of the fun. You can, however, ask them not to do it again, or just return them the favour.

After the activity:
Check which friend has the most colourful face.
Please bring a change of clothes and towels, as you will be drenched.
Changing rooms and washrooms are available.
Towels and Hairdryers are not available.

Please note:
A Rain or Shine event, hence no refund once the ticket is bought
Parking is available
Lockers (limited numbers) will be available for rental at the venue.
If you are only bringing in clothes and towels, lockers may not be required, as we will keep all our bags at one place.
We recommend that you carry very less baggage.
Outside colours, food, and drinks will not be allowed inside the venue.
DSLR is not allowed. The event photographers will upload all the photos for free on their facebook page & event website.
Admission is subject to tickets produced at the entrance.

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Please feel free to message me if you have any queries.

Celebrating Colours of Life,