Holishit at Punjabi Bagh Club
HoliShit 2020 is a massive Holi Party in Delhi that takes place at Punjabi Bagh Club, on Ring Road, Punjabi Bagh. The celebration this year will include live performances by the one and only Parmish Verma and apart from the scheduled itinerary, there will be other surprise games and activities that the organizers and club members will arrange, to ensure that this is an unforgettable experience for you and your family.
You can experience Holi in true Punjabi style, with Bhangra performances, traditional dancers, live music and more, which will make this party truly unforgettable. Entry packages to the event start from INR 1,500 to INR 45,000 (VIP package), and you have to remember to carry valid ID proof.
Location: Ring Road, West Punjabi Bagh, Punjabi Bagh, New Delhi, Delhi 11026 (near Mahanvir Nursing Home)
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)
Water Gun Dhol at Ramleela Ground
The most sought-after and anticipated Holi Celebration in Delhi is taking place on 10th March at the Ram Leela Maidan. There are some incredible events that have been planned for the day, starting from the Pool Party to the Colourful Rain Dance. A very special event that is being organized at the Ramleela Grounds is the Tomatina Set Up, where you can replicate the famous tomato festival of Spain and enjoy some great live music in the process. One of the highlights of the event is the gulal that will be provided to guests, which will be completely organic and chemical-free.
An internationally renowned DJ is also expected to be part of the Holi celebrations here, so that you can dance to some of the best, most popular tracks while playing Holi. You can also check out the photo booths at the venue which have selfie corners and props so that you can take home memories from one of the most happening events in Delhi on that day. All the visitors must ensure they have their own barcode tickets for entry to the venue.
Location: Ram Leela Ground, Geeta Colony, Delhi- 110051
Timings: 10th March, 11:00 am onwards
Rang Barse at Bellas n Bambinos
This year, Bellas n Bambinos has arranged for a super fun Holi Party in Delhi exclusively for kids who are above 2 years of age. While most of the parties in Delhi are exclusively for adults, you can take your kids to this special party that is organized just for the children who want to enjoy the festival with their friends. This year, on 7th March, they too can enjoy the most exciting festival of the year with their friends in a safe environment.
This year, the organizers have arranged for a Holi-special Art and Crafts Section, Story-Telling Sessions based on Holi and ‘Phoolowali Holi Playing’ – where children can play Holi with the flowers and petals. The event will include dhol and fun music, along with an extensive spread of delicious snacks and drinks that are also safe and healthy for the consumption of the children. The entry fee per child is INR 1,130.
Location: J-10, 24 A, DLF Phase 2, Sector 25, Gurugram, Haryana 122022.
Timings: 7th March (12:00 pm – 2:00 pm)
Holi Dhamaka at Golden Turtle Farm
The Holi Party in Delhi that is organized at the Golden Turtle farm is one of the best family-friendly events that take place on this festival day. The entry charges per couple here is INR 4,000 and the charges for entry for a single person is INR 2,500. Entry to the event is not allowed without the Barcode Tickets that are provided when you are booking your passes to the event.
The special attractions that will be organized here this year are- rain dance, international DJ with a non-stop playlist, along with a live dhol and a very exciting pool-party. The gulal or colours that are used here are always organic, which makes the event safe as well as enjoyable for everyone. Along with the celebrations, you can also take advantage of an unlimited supply of thandai and golgappa shots.
Location: B 14, Uppal Farms, Bilaspur Chowk, Manesar, Gurugram, Haryana 122413.
Timings: 8th March (10:00 am – 6:00 pm)
UNITE-The Land of Colours at JLN Stadium
One of the biggest Holi Events in Delhi is unmistakably going to take place at JawaharLal Nehru Stadium at Pragati Vihar. On this auspicious day, the stadium is teeming with the auspicious colours of Holi, music, lights and music. It is also one of the biggest parties that take place in Delhi during Holi, where people come from far and wide to participate in.
When you’re there, you must check out the Rain Dance, Dhol Dhamaka and the Bhangra party, all of which will be curated by celebrity DJs and even more celebrity guests to join in the celebrations. If you are looking for refreshments in the middle of your celebrations, then you can also avail an impressive spread of food, drinks and snacks. The entry fees are INR 699 for those above 15 years of age, INR 500 for children between 10-15 years and the GA PHASE will cost you INR 1,999.
Location: Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium, Pragati Vihar, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am – 5:00 pm)
Holi Festival 2020 at Chhattarpur Farms
The Chhattarpur Farms is a super exclusive Holi Party in Delhi that you must attend if you are in search of some premium fun on his special day. The DLF Chhattarpur Farms promises to make your Holi 2020 one of the most memorable events of your life. Bright, organic gulals, fabulous food and the most energizing playlist awaits you on Holi at the venue.
The highlight of the upcoming event includes a Colourful Rain-Dance, a Pool Party, the Tomatina festival, Water Gun Fights, and non-stop groovy music played by a DJ who will make sure to keep your energy up with the biggest hits. The entry fees are INR 500 per person, INR 1,500 per couple and INR 500 for single female participants. The super-affordable rates are inclusive of food, hookah and drinks on a changeable basis.
Location: Westland DLF Chhattarpur Farms, DLF Farms, New Delhi, Delhi
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am – 11:30 pm)
Supermoon Holi at The Garden of Five Senses
The Garden of Five Senses organizes their own Holi Celebration in Delhi which is special and unique because of its own special reasons. Every year, the festival celebrations are curated and arranged by an all-women’s team, and this year is no different.
While everyone is allowed entry, the celebrations are special because of the unique touch of women, which means you can enjoy some exclusive events in a safe and enjoyable environment. You can be a part of this unique celebration that uses organic colours and offers a wide range of Holi-special snacks, drinks and sweets. Entry fees start from INR 999 onwards.
Location: Westend Marg, Saidulalajab, Saiyad ul Ajaib, Saket, New Delhi, Delhi 110030.
Timings: 8th March (10th March onwards)
Holi - Festival of Colours 2020 at Ambria Tivoli Puspanjali
This Holi Party in Delhi that is organized at Ambria Tivoli Puspanjali is the perfect place for music lovers, who love to enjoy some live music with their celebrations. You can start playing Holi from 11:00 am, where your activities will be accompanied by live performances from artists such as Sidhu Moose Wala, Amrit Maan and Himanshi Khurana.
This is the perfect place to celebrate with your family, where you can play Holi with your loved ones amidst great music, a variety of food, and others who love to make the most of this beautiful festival. You have to pay INR 1,000 per person for entry to the event.
Location: F-20, Dwarka Link Road, Samalka, Delhi, Delhi 110037
Timings: 10th March (11:00 AM – 6:00 PM)
Holi Tomato Festival at Adventure Island
You don’t need to travel all the way to the streets of Spain to enjoy the La Tomatina Festival. There is a full-scale Tomatino festival being organized right here in Delhi on the 8th of March in Adventure Island, to help you experience a unique take on the most colourful festival in India.
Here, you can enter a giant arena that is filled with tomatoes which you can throw, crush and smear on your friends’ faces and swim around in a giant pool of tomato debris. The scale of this unique event is going to be further heightened by live performances by Yuvraj Hans, undoubtedly making it one of the most happening Holi Events in Delhi on that day. Entry fees to the event start from INR 1,000 per person. All the guests will be provided 2 mineral water bottles each as part of their package.
Location: Sector 10, Rohini, New Delhi, Delhi 110085 (opposite Rithala Metro Station)
Timings: 8th March (4:30 pm onwards)
Holi Moo! Festival at Asiad Tower Banquets Complex
One of the most unique and exclusive Holi events in Delhi this year is the Holi Moo! Festival that is taking place at Asiad Tower Banquets Complex. It is a music festival cum Holi party, where you can play Holi amidst performances from some of the most famous names in the industry.
The event consists of over 4 professional stages, where you can hear 100 performers perform during the course of the event, which lasts for 6 hours. With landscaped gardens, snack stations, an unlimited supply of thandai and many more exciting games and events to keep you company, this is a party you should definitely not miss.
Location: Asiad Tower Khelgaon, New Delhi, Delhi 110049
Timings: 10th March (12.00 PM onwards)
Amarrass Nights Holi Special! at Sunder Nursery
If you don’t want to go the traditional route, and you’re looking for a more cultural Holi Celebration in Delhi, you must get yourself a ticket to the Amarrass Holi Nights at the Sunder Nursery. Apart from the actual playing of Holi with organic colours and flowers, you can also enjoy special performances such as stand-up comedy sets and Mirza Ghalib shayaris, which will definitely make your experience at the Sunder Nursery memorable. With famous celebrities like Jumme Khan, Popular Meeruthi, Pawan Dixit and Ravana, your Holi celebrations will consist of good food, great music and lots of laughter. The entry fees are INR 499 per person.
Location: Nizamuddin West, Hazrat, Bharat Scouts and Guides Marg, Adjoining Humayun’s Tomb, New Delhi, Delhi 110003
Timings: 7th March (7:00 pm – 10:00 pm)
Holi Celebration at Kridha Adventure Village
While most of the parties that are taking place in Delhi for Holi are modern, youthful and fun, there are also parties that are traditional, reverent and cultural. One such party is taking place at Kridha Adventure Village (a short distance away from the main city) where you can celebrate Holi in authentic style, with vibrant gulal, Phoolon Ki Holi that is played with flowers, Rain Dance, dance parties that take place to the beats of the dhol and a spread of the most traditional Holi food including Tadka Chhanch, Thandai, Shikanji and Gujia. There is an elaborate spread for lunch with drinks as well, that you can savour in between the fun and celebrations. You have to pay INR 1,000 per person for entry for adults and INR 600 for children below 12 years.
Location: Ravali Village, 3km, from Mussoorie Bus Stand, On Mussoorie Dhaulana Upper Road, Upper Ganga Canal Road, Opposite Essar Pump, UPSIDC Phase II, District- Uttar Pradesh 201015
Timings: 8th March (11:00 am – 4:00 pm)
UNITE & SOUNDZILLA Holi Music Festival 2020 at Huda Gymkhana Club
Holi celebrations are incomplete without music to keep the energy levels soaring and spirits high, so this year, the Huda Gymkhana Club has organised a Holi bash to do just that. You can expect a fantastic lineup of celebrity artists like the famous actor-singer Millind Gaba, the popular RJ Avij from 104 FM and the well-known singer Pratap Singh also known as Bhanux.
All the traditional elements of Holi, such as a Rain-Dance station, live dhol music and special Holi sweets and snacks will be in place to make your experience as memorable as possible. The entry fees to the event are INR 499 per person.
Location: Sector 4, Gurugram, Haryana 122006 (behind HUDA Market)
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am onwards)
Rang De The Colour of Happiness at Durga Pooja Park
The Durga Pooja Park is a community-centric Holi party that takes place every year in Delhi, with a lot of fun games, events and activities, and this year is no different. You can expect famous artists like Dilbagh Singh, Fazilpuria and the Dark Knight Band to keep you grooving with some of the most popular tracks from this year.
Other exciting attractions at the event include Rain Dance, a pool party and water-gun fights. After you have played Holi with your family and friends with the many organic colours that are arranged by the organizers, you can spend the rest of your time indulging in the many surprise games and competitions that are organized for people of all ages, with exciting prizes to be won. One of the highlights of the party is also the unlimited food. You have to pay INR 700 per person for entry.
Location: Durga Puja Park, Dwarka, Delhi
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am onwards)
Holi 2020- Let’s play at Dare2Gear
What’s better than taking a day trip to the countryside during Holi and enjoying a private, exclusive party in the lap of nature with your closest friends and family? You can make your way to Blue Camp in Damdama, which is an open-air farmhouse surrounded by picturesque hills and mountains where you can spend one of the most memorable days of your life.
Some of the highlights of the event are a live DJ, folk dancers from Rajasthan, rain dance, pool parties, splash pools, water cannons, sprinklers, fun games unlimited snacks and a lavish spread for lunch. The entry fee per person is INR 1,200.
Location: Damdama, Haryana 122102
Timings: 10th March (10:00 am – 4:00 pm)