HOLI ONE Colour Festival is coming to Belfast 2014! @HoliOneWorld ORMEAU PARK 16th August

Holi One - Ormeau Park
HOLI ONE Colour Festival is coming to Belfast 2014! World´s most colorful Event – celebrated cross culture in town! 

Inspired by the original Holi in India, the HOLI ONE Colour Festival has travelled around the world.
Thousands of people, preferably dressed in white, will come together to share music, dance, performance art and visual stimulation. Colours are the most joyous part of the Holi celebrations. They add life and vitality to the festival, making it most vibrant of all.


A special moment of the festival is the first count down, when all the people throw the colour in the same moment; the sight of the festival is beautiful to watch, as people at the open-air festival will soon be covered in brilliant colours, and the air is filled with the clouds of bright powder and the cheerfull mood of the people. 

The festival will host a line-up of some of DJ’s in the country and a host of the freshest and most impressive new DJ’s exploding onto the music scene, electronic, as the festivals in India are from electronic background.
Be part of the amazing experience, vibrant energy .

WE ARE ONE

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TICKETS: http://tickets.holione.com/belfast

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2 COMMENTS

  1. I am very disappointed and will take this further. My 15 year old daughter and her friend purchased tickets for this festival only to be told on arrival at Ormeau Park that it was strictly over 18 and had been turned away. How very disappointing for them. They paid for these tickets themselves and after reading up about it also spent money on WHITE clothes. I will be tKing this further and asking for a full refund. Nowhere on this site as far as I can see states the age limit. It’s not even printed on the tickets. On further investigation I find it under frequently asked questions. WHY was is not made CRYSTAl clear when purchasing the ticket. So much for the advert

    Inspired by the original Holi in India, the HOLI ONE Colour Festival has travelled around the world.
    Thousands of people, preferably dressed in white, will come together to share music, dance, performance art and visual stimulation. Colours are the most joyous part of the Holi celebrations. They add life and vitality to the festival, making it most vibrant of all.

    I would appreciate some fed back on this. I know I’m not the only parent who has a complaint!!

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