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Saturday 4 March 2017
For the first time ever Seaworks in Williamstown will host Holitribe – Colours Festival.
A full day outdoor event, with world class DJs playing House and EDM; as well as a host of local community bands, African drummers and a special Aboriginal performance.
The festival is set to be held on Saturday 4th March, 2016 and will include:
- Food stalls and market area
- Children’s activities
- 2 stages and non-stop music
- Art installations
- Onsite parking and access via PT
- Colours can be purchased on the day (to celebrate Holi)
This festival is the first of its kind in Australia and celebrates the traditional festival of Holi,
an ancient Indian tradition to celebrate spring and new beginnings. Holi is also celebrated as a festival of love.
“The Holi festival has real cultural significance. It’s the festive day to end and rid oneself of past errors, to end conflicts by meeting others, a day to forget and forgive. Holi also marks the start of spring, and for many the start of the new year,” explains Mr Ajit Singh, Festival Director.
Early Bird tickets have sold out and Round One is selling fast.