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Kamloops HOLI Festival of Colours

Kamloops HOLI Festival of Colours

DATE: SATURDAY, March 23   |   TIME: 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm  |   LOCATION: Riverside Park

Come experience an immersive cultural workshop! This event is new to Downtown Kamloops and we are delighted to share it with our community!

This FREE event is being organized by the newly established Kamloops HOLI Committee, and will feature music (DJ Aftershock, Harp Sohal), dancing, food (available for purchase), and of course COLOUR (powder paint).


To ensure we have enough food for everyone planning to attend Saturday’s Festival of Colours in Riverside Park we are encouraging everyone to pre-purchase a Fun Coupon! Here’s a peak at the delicious food provided by Maurya’s Indian Restaurant. Fun Coupons are available at Kami Pizza (McGill) and Maurya’s (Downtown). Your cooperation be much appreciated!

What is Holi?

Holi is a Hindu festival that marks the arrival of spring. Known widely as the Festival of Colours, it takes place over two days, and is a celebration of fertility, colour, and love, as well as the triumph of good versus evil.

First 100 participants to arrive at the Kamloops HOLI Festival of Colours will get a free colour packet. Bring cash to purchase additional packets. (Colour packets are a powdered paint substance that may not fully wash out of some clothing items.)

Click to watch a video of TRUSU India Clubs 2013 Rang De Basanti event

For those who have never attended a HOLI Festival of Colour, here are some recommendations.

  • Wear clothes that you will not be sad if they’re paint stained as it may not fully wash out. Please dress weather appropriately.
  • Bring big garbage bags to sit on your car/bus seats when returning home.


Street style vegetarian Indian food by Maurya’s Fine Indian Cuisine, local ethnic Indian Restaurant located in Downtown Kamloops
(Menu details coming soon. Priced at $10 or less.







Thank You To Our Event Sponsors



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Music by Gagan Sharma