5 Places That You Should Be At To Celebrate Holi This Year

Holi is almost here! If you don't know where to celebrate this with friends and family, here's where you should be!

5 Places That You Should Be At To Celebrate Holi This Year

The festival of colours Holi is almost here and we’re hoping you’re as excited as we are! Well, if you’re looking for a perfect place to celebrate the festive season, then we have more than one option where you can celebrate Rang Panchami this 2020!

Take a look!


As we all know, Bangalore is one of the most happening places for a holi party. If you’re looking to have a gleeful time with your friends at a party then Bangalore is the place to be! You will be able to find numerous parties across the city that offer fun activities like camping, outdoor games etc. If you’re also looking for artistic shows, colours and a load of fun, then this is your place.

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If you’re looking to celebrate longer than a day then the Holi habba in Bagalkot is just where you need to be. The celebration kicks off with Kama Dahanam which is a bonfire ritual. This is then followed by a three days of fun with dance, music and colours.


Mysore, which is around 3 hours away from Bengaluru, is no less when it comes to Holi parties. Mysore offers venues to dance to your favourite Bollywood and Sandalwood tunes. Speak of rain dances, pool parties or throwing water balloons, Mysore has it all! If you’re looking for something eco-friendly, then Mysore’s got events for that too with organic colours as its new concept. Besides all the parties, there are other fun-filled Holi events, one of them being the colour run in Mysore. It’s a race that includes people playing with colours and is a lot of fun!

Here’s a picture of Rachita Ram having a fun time during Holi:

Rachita Ram
Rachita Ram (Source: Instagram)


With a diverse crowd, Davangere is a friendly environment that welcomes all. If you walk down the streets of Davangere, one can choose the group that you want to celebrate Holi with. We guarantee, it’s a lot more fun than it sounds! Ram & Co Circle is also considered the best place in Davangere to partake in Holi celebrations that includes food, colour, dance, and music.


If it’s Holi and it’s in Hubli, there is a procession that starts early in the morning where locals offer rituals at temples and homes. For all you food lovers, Hubli is known for its sweets and savouries. So get going!

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