Holi FAQ



DATE: March 24, 2024

TIME: 11 AM – 4 PM


How do I get to the venue?

Woodley Park Section 1 is located at 6350 Woodley Ave, Van Nuys, California 91436. Venue is on Woodley Ave between Victory Blvd & Burbank Blvd.

What to wear?
We recommend that you wear comfortable clothes. Holi is a festival to play with colors, so be sure you wear something that you don’t mind getting a little colorful. There are no rules about what to wear, though many find that wearing white allows the colors to really shine.

Is this event really FREE?
YES, it is. Free Entrance & Free Parking.

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And Invite all your family, friends & contacts.

Can I bring children to the event?
Yes, we encourage getting the younger generation interested! Parents are responsible for supervising their kids. This event is open for all ages.

How can I get colors?
We will be selling packets of organic color during the event at a very nominal price. We accept cash or credit. Outside colors are not allowed due to safety reasons.

Are the Colors Safe?
Yes, the colors are organic made of plant-based, non-toxic, all-natural cornstarch. They are safe for the environment & children.

Is there food at the event?
Food can be purchased from our food vendor (cash only).

Is there alcohol at the venue? If not, can I bring it?
No, alcohol is not allowed. This is Public Park and drink alcohol is strictly prohibited. You might get fined by the authorities if caught with alcohol.

Will there be music during the event?
We have the event jam-packed with entertainment. LA’s Finest DJ Scorpio & DJ Chet playing Bollywood, Bhangra & Hip Hop. Live Band Performance by OCP.

Do’s & Don’t

Don’t use Hand Sink Water for Water Guns & Balloons.
Don’t wear expensive cloths because you might ruin them with color.
Do not throw colors close, hard and directly into people’s eyes.
It is prohibited to do drugs, alcohol & smoking in venue grounds.
Do bring Ziploc bag for your valuables (wallets, phones, etc.) 
Do not throw colors on any passing cars, or on any performers, or on any musicians.
Do have fun, dance and celebrate the spirit of HOLI together.
Please do respect others and ask permission before putting colors on strangers.

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