On Sunday 12th March, we are taking over York Hall for two back-to-back, not-to-be-missed, totally brilliant Holi parties.
One venue filled with two thousand people coming together, breaking down barriers and celebrating their differences with a ton of gulal. It is going to be AWESOME!
Expect superb street-food, charming entertainment, toe-tapping live music, plentiful tipples, and joyful, messy colour-play. Seriously, you’d be mad to miss out.
DAYTIME FAMILY HOLI – 12PM-3PM
Revellers of all ages welcome!
Guests can enjoy a great line-up of entertainment, fantastic street food from Curry On Food, Rola Wala, Horn OK Please, Grill my cheese, Spit and Roast, Gelato from Nonna’s… and one ton of gulal to play with!
EVENING HOLI PARTY – 6PM-10PM
A luminous, loud and colourful shindig for grown-ups.
Enjoy a live performance from super-talented musician Shammi Pithia, a Euphonica Drum and Beats DJ set with world-class tabla player Vikaash Sankadecha, a bar full of tipples, and an awesome street food market. Oh, and masses of gulal for everybody.
Tickets to the daytime Holi party are £26 (grown-ups) / £15 (kids) and the evening party costs £30 (grown-ups only). Tickets include entry to the event, plenty of gulal (coloured powder), cloakroom, mithai, and Dishoom House Chai. (Please note street food and drinks from the Dishoom bar are not included in the ticket price.)