Holi Rave Day & Night
HOLI RAVE returns for another year! Last year several hundred people came together to celebrate the Festival of Light, sharing positive energy, this year will be even bigger!
Plus Dhol Players // Colour-Powder Celebrations // Glitter-Bombs // Free Face-Painting // Henna Tattoo’s // Fancy Dress Competition…
Celebrating the official festival of colour Holi, and marking the arrival of Spring, Holi Rave Feast-IVAL presented by Shaanti, takes place on Saturday 26 March at a new Pop-up Space to be unveiled soon.
The event will be split into 2 parts, early afternoon for families and evening for over 18’s.
Elsewhere amongst the programming will be Sitar Players, Colour-Powder Celebrations, Glitter-Bombs, free Face-Painting, Henna Tattoo’s, a Fancy Dress Competition together with some of the hottest DJ’s from the scene playing a heavy mix of all styles of musical tastes…after all WE ARE ONE!
HOLI RAVE will continue its partnership with Taste and Liquor who will be re-launching an Indian Street Food Feast. Taste and Liquor Indian Street Food Feast is dedicated to showcasing the very best and most creative Indian street food from the Midlands. Here they will celebrate the amazing multiculturalism of the street food scene and will present a tantalising selection of mouth watering treats. Visitors to Holi Rave will have the chance to sample gourmet bites from a selection of street food vendors, while local restaurants will be brining the best of their menus to the venue with pop-up stalls.
Manga Singh, MD of Taste and Founder of Liquor Indian Street Food Feast-IVAL says; “Shaanti is always exciting, because they offer a very tasteful selection of events. For us it’s an honour to launch with their second festival Holi Rave -they’re unique and you know they’re going to put on an incredible event. Combining their love for music with our love for food gives the public a great way to try lots of different world flavours and sounds without having to leave Birmingham.
Indian Street Food Feast-IVAL also provides an opportunity for start-ups and small businesses to get out their and give it a go – without any overheads, it’s important to support local chefs and produce – it’s an idea setting to engage with new customers face to face and introducing new and exciting dishes from Bombay to Calcutta, from Lahore to Birmingham. ” he ends.
**SUPER EARLY BIRD TICKETS HAVE SOLD OUT**
ONLY 2ND RELEASE AVAILABLE
Please visit www.holirave.com for the terms and conditions
Supported by Shaanti. Eastern Electronic Festival. Taste & Liquor