Holi is the Indian festival of colors. It celebrates the colors and vitality of spring by marking the change of seasons.
Come celebrate the biggest Holi event in San Francisco. Be prepared to leave the festival looking much different than you arrived!
What better way to welcome spring than by dousing friends with color, enjoying performances, and dancing the day away with a live DJ! Unlimited color is included in the ticket.
Colors used at the event are made from starch and food grade dyes. The powder is completely non-toxic, water soluble and environmentally friendly.
The event will be held on the afternoon of March 16th. The event will happen rain or shine!
Buy your tickets now! Tickets are only available for purchase online.
All ticket holders must present a valid ID on the day of the event. Tickets are non-refundable. Free for kids under the age of 10. NO OUTSIDE MATERIALS OR SUBSTANCES ARE ALLOWED.
Here are a few pictures from our events. Friends doused with color, dance, music and a lot of fun.
Asha for Education is an international non-profit organization whose mission is to catalyze socio-economic change in India through the education of underprivileged children. 100% of the proceeds from this event will be used to fund grassroots education projects in India.
Started in June 2007, Asha-SF is the San Francisco chapter of Asha for Education comprised of members that are residents of San Francisco and nearby areas.
The primary focus of the Asha-SF chapter is to fund a number of educational projects in India and maintain a close personal involvement with them.
California College of the Arts (CCA) educates students to shape culture and society through the practice and critical study of art, architecture, design, and writing. Benefitting from its San Francisco Bay Area location, the private, non-profit college prepares students for lifelong creative work by cultivating innovation, community engagement, and social and environmental responsibility.
The Holi event is Asha-SF's annual fundraiser to raise funds for underprivileged children in India. Proceeds from the event benefit various Asha SF projects.