Most vibrant Holi celebration in Mangaluru at 'City Beech' on March 1


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SHP)

Mangaluru, Feb 28: Holi, the festival of colours will be bigger and better in terms of celebrations this year in Mangaluru on March 1 from 11 am. Stone Bridge Entertainment assures for a vibrant atmosphere to soar the spirits on the occasion of Holi-2020. The event will be held at ‘City Beech’ in Bolar, a riverside location for a memorable experience.

The people will not only enjoy a colourful bash but have a chance to enjoy lip-smacking food and a bar that will be well-stocked. The event will host a variety of entertainment to cater to the tastes of the Holi revellers.

The Holi fest this year is also bringing in four DJs instead of one to take the thrill of the event to a whole new level.

A troupe of ‘Dhol’ (traditional percussionists) is also arranged to reverberate the spirit of Holi in a traditional manner. Though the rains are not in sight and the next showers likely to happen much after Holi, the event on the City Beach will have a rain dance zone, where partakers can enjoy the fun of dancing in the rain.

All the exciting fun is arranged on March 1 and to keep health as a priority, the organisers have stocked only organic colours for the event, so that people can be carefree and enjoy the greatest Holi of their lives. The event will also have special discounts for people who book a Benelli bike at the Holi dance festival.

Avalon Patrao and Aravind Shenoy of Paradise Properties is the main sponsor of the event. Hera pinto will be hosting the lively event.

Stone Bridge Entertainment is one of the most popular event organising companies in Mangaluru, known for their knack of curating best events with unmatchable quality.

For more details contact: 8147848831

  

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