Here are some Holi events happening in different cities of the USA.
As we begin to take in the sweet smell of spring, Indians in the US and all around the world get ready to celebrate the first festival of the season – Holi. Also known as the festival of colors, Holi brings about much-needed excitement after an extremely stressful year of Covid-19 and lockdowns. As the United States is slowly and steadily opening up to a somewhat normal but still watchful life, there are many Holi events happening all around the country over the next few days. Of course, all the events have Covid-19 protocols in place and encourage people to follow all the safety rules.
We bring to you a list of such events from across the country. Enjoy and a very happy Holi from @PinkvillaUSA to all the readers.
Event Name: Holi Celebration at Children”s Museum of Atlanta
Location: 275 Centennial Olympic Park Dr NW, Atlanta, GA 30313
Date/Time: March 27 / 10 to 5 PM
Price: Museum Fee
Details: Participants will learn about the science of color and light at the Science Bar in celebration of Holi. In addition to the science explorations, there will be a special craft-making session and reading of “Amma, Tell Me About Holi!” by @bhaktimathur98.
Event Name: Holi Sundowner
Location: Hotel Bei (Rooftop), 50 8th St, San Francisco, CA 94103
Date/Time: March 27 / 6 to 10 PM
Price: $15 and $200 for VIP Table
Details: It is a Bollywood-themed party featuring Brown Buoy. It is an adults-only event.
Event Name: Holi celebration with Three Aksha
Location: Penn Museum, 3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Date/Time: March 29 / 6 to 7 PM
Details: Celebrate Holi, the Hindu festival of spring, with a live performance of classical Indian dance by Philadelphia-based dance academy and studio, Three Aksha. Dancer, choreographer, and teacher Viji Rao and her company will showcase their mastery of Bharatanatyam, a dance form dating back nearly 3000 years.
Event Name: Holi on the Hudson
Location: 500 W 70th St, On The River at Pier i, New York
Date/Time: March 27 / 2 to 4 PM
Details: Holi is originally celebrated by throwing colors on each other create equality and erase differences. Due to COVID participants will be celebrating Holi by throwing colors in the sky with our kites!
Event Name: Holi art exhibition
Location: The Bridge Art Gallery, 199 Broadway, Bayonne
Date/Time: March 27 / 3 to 7 PM
Details: The Bridge Art Gallery is hosting an opening reception on Saturday, March 27th for the Holi Art Exhibition. The Guest Curator, Nupur Nishith, has assembled an extraordinary roster of participating artists:
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