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The 2015 Guide to Holi Festival in Singapore

Razy Shah | February 09, 2015

Events  Indian Festivals  

All Indian festivals usually feature an explosion of colours, dance music and a whole lot of fun but there’s one that infuses a sense of infectious joy more than the others – Holi, the festival of colours celebrating spring and joy. Usually celebrated privately in individual communities, Holi has charmed her way into Singapore’s heart as more and more Holi events go public

We’ve consulted our astrologers and here’s our 2015 guide to Holi Events.

Holi Festival Celebrations for the Party Animals in Singapore

Did somebody say PAAARRRTAAAAY? Think of it as the Holi Grail (we couldn’t help ourselves!) of Indian parties. Featuring headthumping beats with alcohol on sale, these events attract a younger crowd usually made up  university students, tourists and young working professionals. But hey, we’ve seen some Uncles and Aunts give these guys a run for their money!

1. Our Pick – Rang Barsay 2015

Date: 28th February 2015
Ticket Prices: $12
Location: Azzura Beach Club, Sentosa Island

Rang Barsay organized the largest Holi beach party in Singapore in 2014. With Rang Barsay 2015, they aim to draw over 5000 people to join in the festivities. Their event page on facebook already has over 3,000 attendees.

Great track record. Check. Awesome response from participants. Check. Rang Barsay 2015 gets our pick for the party centric Holi event to attend.

2. Beach Holi Festival 2015
Date: 1st March 2015
Ticket Prices: $18
Location: Azzura Beach Club, Sentosa Island

Beach Holi Festival promises rain and foam filled delight as the organisers are ushering in rainmakers that create rain sequences for Hollywood movies. Expect a Wild and Wet Holi!

3. Bollywood Holi 2015 at Azzura
Date: 7th March and 8th March 2015
Ticket Prices: $15
Location: Azzura Beach Club, Sentosa Island
Bollywood Holi will be taking over Azzura Beach Club for one entire weekend. Two days of fun, fun and did we say fun, by the beach!

4. Rang De Holi 2015
Date: 15th March 2015
Ticket Prices:
Location: Azzura Beach Club, Sentosa Island
Bar B Q Tonight will be serving its famed kebabs at this Rang De Holi to keep you going as you dance through the day!

The Family Friendly Holi Festival Celebrations in Singapore

5. Our Pick – Rang De Holi 2015 at Kembangan

Date: 7th March 2015
Ticket Prices: $5
Location: Open field beside Kembangan MRT Station (East – West Line)
Rang De Holi 2015 at Kembangan is the original Holi event in Singapore as the organizers celebrate their 10th anniversary this year! To celebrate this milestone, Rang De Holi 2015 will be attended by Minister for Manpower, Mr Tan Chuan Jin. Expecting over 5000 attendees, if you’re looking for a fun Holi for the entire family,  Rang De Holi 2015 is the place to be!

6. Bollywood Holi 2015 at ECP

Date: 7th March and 8th March 2015
Ticket Prices: $10
Location: East Coast Park, Angsana Green

Tired from all that partying by Sentosa? Never! Continue the fun at East Coast Park

7. Holi Spring Festival 2015
Date: 28th February 2015
Ticket Prices: $20
Location: East Coast Park, Casuarina Grove, Near Car Park F2

Holi Spring Festival is jointly organized by the Indian Woman’s Association of Singapore and Siglap South CC IAEC. The organizers have put together games for children and to entertain the adults, there’s going to be a bhangra dance performance and a Kabbadi showcase. This is the Holi event to bring your kids to!


 7 events for 7 days of the week so take your pick and go colour crazy!

Here’s a rundown of the Holi Festival Calendar for easy reference:

1. Rang Barsay 2015 – 28th February
2. Holi Spring Festival 2015 – 28th February
3. Beach Holi Festival 2015 – 1st March
4. Rang De Holi 2015 @ Kembangan – 7th March
5. Bollywood Holi at Azzura – 7th March and 8th March
6. Bollywood Holi at ECP – 7th March and 8th March
7. Rang De Holi 2015 – 15th March


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Razy is our man on the ground in Little India. You will find him snapping pictures of places, helping the lost tourist and enjoying a cup of chai with business owners. While he’s not in Little India, he does copywriting, manages the social media and formulates digital strategies for small businesses at 2Stallions Digital Agency. Other articles by this author



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