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    Holi party in Delhi

    The most colorful festival of the year is back again and this time, in 2018, the Holi parties in Delhi are gonna be better than ever. Here are some of the most happening places in town where you can enjoy the vibrant festival of colors with a ‘Dilliwala twist’.

    A joyous festival that signals the end of winters and a welcome to spring, Holi events in Delhi are some of the most awaited celebrations for the city. An epic mixture of music, games, colors, food & drinks, and social interaction attract not only the locals but also a ton of foreign tourists who specially visit India for the festival of Holi which falls on 2nd March this year.

    Here are some of the most talked about places for enjoying the Holi festival in Delhi:

    1. Holi India Color Festival

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    A festival that takes place on an international scale, Holi India Color Festival has become a popular event for travelers worldwide. The proof of its popularity lies in the fact how the festival has grown in popularity and now takes places in Europe, North America, and Southeast Asia.

    Where: Golden Triangle Tourist Circuit, New Delhi
    When: 02 March, 2018

    2. Buddh Farms, Noida

    Holi Parties near Delhi

    Farmhouses on the outskirts of the city are often the perfect place to celebrate a festival like Holi on a relatively smaller scale. One of the most happening holi parties in Delhi takes places annually at Buddh Farms in Noida.

    Last year, the event called ‘Balam Pichkari’- that included a host of niceties like a rain-dance party, EDM, pool access, and a festival ground created a big splash amongst party goers in Delhi.

    Where: Buddh Farms, Sector 150, Noida
    When: 02 March, 2018

    3. Rang Leela, The Friend’s Republic

    Holi festival in Delhi

    The best holi party in New Delhi for lovers of the festival and dance music should definitely head the Rang Leela Festival at The Friends Republic Cafe in Gurugram. It is an incredible 12-hour long BYOB party that lets you indulge in a holi celebration, rain dance, live Bhangra performance, camel & baggi ride, and a variety of authentic Indian dishes like Gujiya, and Pan to tingle your taste buds.

    Where: The Friend’s Republic, Gurugram
    When: 02 March, 2018

    4. Holi Moo Festival, New Delhi

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    The organizers of this festival like to term this event as an underground movement that brings together like-minded artists, musicians, and people for an annual gathering in New Delhi. Holi Moo Festival has more than a decade of experience behind them in organizing this event that has multiple stages, herbal colors for celebrating, and delicious food that takes the experiences to a whole new level.

    Where: Jhankar Lawns, Asiad Tower, Asiad Village, New Delhi
    When: 02 March, 2018
    Contact: +91 1141045740
    Price: INR 2,500 onwards

    5. Holi Blast, JLN Stadium, New Delhi

    Holi festival in Delhi

    For the festival of Holi, a grand celebration of colors, music, and cultural festivities kicks off at the iconic Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium in New Delhi. One of the biggest Holi parties in Delhi, Holi Blast boasts of 10 hours of music, multiple large stages, and a gathering that generally goes upwards of 5000.

    Where: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, New Delhi
    When: 02 March, 2018

    So many convincing reasons for you to welcome spring this year with a Holi festival party in Delhi. Gather your friends, sound out the alarms and assemble your squad for an unforgettable celebration this vibrant festival deserves.



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