Brings people together in love like no other event, live bands, mantra music, food, yoga, and colors. This event, held in Spanish Fork since 1989, has been the trendsetter for all other Color Events and Runs worldwide. This is not about what religion you are -it is about all coming together to celebrate the experience of the changing seasons. With our winter coming to an end soon-it is time to celebrate the change in seasons and the coming of Spring--spray someone with color -:)
Holi (also called Holaka or Phagwa) is an annual festival celebrated on the day after the full moon in the Hindu month of Phalguna (early March). It celebrates spring, commemorates various events in Hindu mythology and is time of disregarding social norms and indulging in general merrymaking.
Colorful powders for Holi. Photo: Dey
Holi is probably the least religious of Hindu holidays. During Holi, Hindus attend a public bonfire, spray friends and family with colored powders and water, and generally go a bit wild in the streets.History and Meaning of Holi
Celebrated all over India since ancient times, Holi's precise form and purpose display great variety. Originally, Holi was an agricultural festival celebrating the arrival of spring.
In 5 weeks comes HOME to Spanish Fork Utah. What started in this small Utah City in 1989 has now become a world wide phenomenon with Color Runs, and Color Fests on every continent. Still, none have matched the original for vibrancy, enthusiasm, size and sheer joy. Images and videos of the Spanish Fork event remain the GOLD STANDARD for all Color Celebrations. Join us either in Los Angeles on March 8 or Spanish Fork March 29, 30 for the BIGGEST & THE BEST Holi Festival of Colors.
Register now for special limited time only (March 1st)
discounts on admissions, t -shirts, decals, meals, bandanas, and colors.
See attached links to sign up early for discount pricing-It is so much fun--and something to experience at least once if you never have--jump in and do this one for sure!!