ISKCON of DC
10310 Oaklyn Dr, Potomac MD 20854
March 30th - 11AM to 4PM
What is Holi DC?
Lots of color. Everywhere.
It’s a festival celebrating love – and the power of love to bring all good things into our lives.
It is held in early spring, one day after the full moon, signifying new life, new growth, new beginnings.
Holi, therefore, reminds us to color our life with love, faith, and a generous spirit. It calls us to give and receive. And best of all, it just great fun. We get lost in color, forget about our usual identity, and experience life – and each other – from a whole new perspective.
When is Holi DC?
March 30th from 11am to 4pm
Where is Holi DC?
10310 Oaklyn Dr., Potomac, MD 20854
What do I need for Holi?
Be ready to have a great time and some money to pay for parking, colors and food.
Available to purchase at the festival for $5 a pack. They are natural, non-toxic and wash off easily enough - that being said, wear something you might not need in the future.
We are excited to have Gaura Vani performing along with other amazing local artists. You will be jumping and dancing in a colorful cloud in no time.
We will have amazing food tables set up with a Thali (full indian meal) available for $5, Samosas and Fries, Cupcakes and some other surprises.
Be courteous to others - don't aim at the mouth or eyes. No Water - we like staying warm and dry. No drugs - lets have fun without them.
If you weren’t able to purchase a pass online, you can still purchase a parking pass at one of the following parking lots on the day of the event (March 30th).
Parking lots open at 10:30am.
Lot A – Premium Parking ($15*)
Parking on site at ISKCON of DC. (100 spots available on a first come – first serve basis)
Lot C – General Parking at Persimmon Tree Park ($10*)
Parking a mile from the site (350 spots available) – Bus transportation provided.
* Please bring cash to speed up the purchase time and help us all get to the festival faster.
PARKING ON THE STREET IS PROHIBITED AND ALL CARS WILL BE TOWED.
Wanna be prepared? Here are your things to do before the 30th:
We like you and don’t want you to get towed.
2) Wear White
Be sure you are ready to capture the glory of Holi by coming in your whitest shirt! You can also get one of our shirts on the way in to get messy, or on the way out to stay clean.
4) Come Early, Smile Always, Stay Late
Be sure to tell every single person you know about this event!