Yellow There! Check out Holi events & parties in Bangalore - Insider.in

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Enjoy with splash of water fights and colours at fun parties in Bangalore this Holi, or hide from the colour smoke crackers at special getaways (we won't call you chicken, promise).


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A dash of colour in Bangalore

Whether you like spraying colours or getting away from the city, we've got your back.


There are Holi parties at The Park Hotel, The Taj West End, Pebble – The Jungle Lounge and The Lalit Ashok. Price isn’t an issue because we’ve you covered with tickets starting at INR 199.


Check out these cool parties below:

What you can expect at the parties? Organic colours, rain dances, bhang, gourmet food, premium liquor, photo booths and tons of surprises. Groove to live thumping music as the best artists present multi-genre eclectic acts.


If dancing is not your thing, travel amidst nature and celebrate with a camping experience, colours, water, and a bonfire to top it off.

Why not make the celebration a fun one for the planet too?

Celebrate Holi responsibly with organic colours, limited water usage, lower volumes across sound systems and less trash. Here are some tips too:

Not a party person? No sweat. Check out these amazing places near Bangalore:

  1. Mysore - The second biggest city of Karnataka packs places of interest in both historical and heritage aspects. Known as the City of Palaces, check out amazing spots and stay amazed.
  2. Coorg - Popularly known as Scotland of India, it sports mesmerising waterfalls like Abbey Falls, Chelavara Falls, and Iruppu Falls.
  3. Nandi Hills - Also called Nandidurg, it is situated 60 KM away from the capital city. Once ruled by the Cholas, now is a popular spot due to the presence of Skandagiri.

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