Sponsorship Opportunities Holi is the Festival of Colors, a traditional Indian holiday adapted to the contemporary American scene. We have been running Festival of Colors for over 20 years! We are also the largest supplier of authentic color powders, direct from India, and our powders, service, and reputation are unparalleled in excellence. At the 2019 […]
Non Food Crafts 10′ X 10′ spaces 10′ X 20′ spaces Food Booths/Trucks We seek only Vegan/Vegetarian Food Concessions You will require a license from the local Health Department.
Written by Kimberly Scott on October 15, 2013 ST. GEORGE – Making national headlines in 2011 and bringing people of all ages, races, social conditions, and gender together, the spring celebration of social merriment moves to the fall as the Holi Festival of Colors makes its way to the Dixie Sunbowl for the very first […]
by Alan di Perna Imagine sweet mantra music swelling massively as billowing clouds of vibrant red, green, yellow, blue, black, and silver dust swirl over the heads of thousands of jubilant people, gently descending upon them like a rainbow blessing. That’s what attendees at the October 19th Festival of Colors at the Dixie Sun Bowl […]
Last year thousands of BYU students attended the Holi Festival and had great experiences. However, some students end up ruining their clothes and possessions, or missing out on key points of the festival. These tips can help make the Holi experience the best possible: 1) Wear proper attire With multiple colors of powder being thrown […]
SPANISH FORK, Utah — Tens of thousands of people gathered at the Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork for the annual Festival of Colors.
SPANISH FORK — In a cloud of color that in 2011 made national headlines, the Hare Krishnas celebrated on Saturday and Sunday the annual Holi Fest, commonly known as the Festival of Colors.
Is there really any better way to celebrate spring than spending a couple of glorious days in the sunny outdoors enjoying ethnic food, culturally enriching music and the camaraderie of some 80,000 other people? Wait? What? Was that really 80,000 people?
A Spring Celebration of Love Moves to the Fall—and Turns Into a Fight Europe Appropriates Colorful Indian Festival as Rival Promoters Face Off in a ‘Holi War’ PUURS, Belgium—Adelis Silva charged into a crowd of young people, some in hazmat suits and animal costumes, and shouted: “Who wants a hug?” The teens and 20-somethings had […]
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FAQWholesale Purchasers of Krishna Colors may key on these guidelines from our huge Spanish Fork event in organizing their own similar events. Please note the statements at the bottom of the page about hazards of unintended use of the product. Drugs, alcohol, vaping, and smoking are not permitted on festival grounds. We reserve the right to […]
Tradition Ancient TraditionIn India, Holi announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. The festival breathes an atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Every nook and corner presents a colorful sight. Young and old alike are covered with colors (red, […]
Please do not purchase any outside colors. Outside colors will be confiscated and not be allowed on the festival grounds. You do not have to buy colors or preregister online, but it will save lot of time from waiting in long lines on the day. You can pre register and buy colors, T-shirts online etc. […]
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