Colourful vibrancy in the German capital
Holi Festival of Colours Berlin is an electronic music festival and modern spin on the traditional Hindu festival, held annually in the German capital.
The vibrant affair combines DJs from the worlds of house and EDM with the colourful powder paint that has come to be intrinsically associated with Holi the world over.
The event brings together party-goers from all backgrounds, inviting them to lose their inhibitions and embrace the colourful experience for a day of partying.
This festival is part of a nationwide series of Holi Festival of Colours events – see them all here.
Zentraler Festplatz Berlin is an outdoor event space in the city's Mitte district.
Zentraler Festplatz Berlin, Berlin, 13405, Germany
If you are flying into Berlin, the main international airport is Berlin-Schönefeld Flughafen. From there, you can reach the city centre in just 25 minutes by train, or 40 minutes by bus.
The city is also well connected via rail with the rest of Germany and neighbouring Europe.
Once in the city, U-bahn line 6 will take you to Kurt-Schumacher-Platz, which is the closest Metro station to the festival site.
The festival is 16+ and ID may be required at the entrance.
No, unfortunately not. For both environmental and health reasons, only the certified festival powder is allowed on the premises.
There is no dress code, however, most festival-goers come dressed in white because it works best with the coloured powder.
Yes, the colours can be removed from the skin and hair easily.
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