Celebrate this traditional Indian festival with entertainment, food, and a fun color fight!
Holi – “the festival of color” or “the festival of love” – celebrates spring, connection, and the triumph of good over evil.
Come join in this raucous celebration, where people will chase each other around, throwing handfuls of colored powders.
Folks from all religions, cultures, backgrounds, and ages are welcome!
Indian food by The Roll Pod and chai from The Chai Lady will be available for purchase; bring cash
Tickets are $10 in advance; $12 day of event. Kids 5 and under are free. The fee supports the cost of putting on the festival)
A pay what you can option is available
With each ticket you get two color packets, with the opportunity to buy more on site.
Tickets are available through Brown Paper tickets at: https://seattleholi.brownpapertickets.com/
Phinney Center lower parking lot, 6532 Phinney Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 [Directions]
- Dress – Wear something comfortable and bring layers for cold. Wear something that you are willing to ruin. Colors are messy and may stain. If you want an event souvenir wear a white t-shirt and later soak it in vinegar to preserve/fix color.
- Additional color packets will be available for purchase for $1 per packet.
- Food – will be available for purchase through food trucks. Bring cash.
- Restrooms – People can use the bathrooms in the brick building but we will place plastic to keep building clean.
- Parking – Limited on-site free parking is available. Carpool is recommended, as the overflow parking lot is where we will be celebrating, and food trucks will take up some of the lower lot.
- Outside items – Please do not bring outside color, paint ball guns, water guns, and water balloons. Pets are not recommended. No alcohol is allowed at this family friendly event.
- Clean up – Colors are cornstarch based and safe natural colors. They can be dusted off. No water will be available at the event for wash up, but soap and water at home can finish your clean up. We recommend applying a moisturizer to skin, coating your hair with a small amount of coconut or olive oil before the event and wearing sunglasses. Bring a garbage bag or towel to protect your car on the way home.