Holi Festival of Colors

Holi Festival of Colors

Come celebrate the beginning of spring and the end of winter with Holi—the Indian festival of colors!

Presented in partnership with the International Services, Center of Student Life, and Be Well Offices), the Holi Festival, also known as the Festival of Colors and the Festival of Love, marks the start of spring with vibrant colors, food, music, dancing, and more. The festival traditionally celebrates the vibrancy of life and the love of Radha Krishna and has been observed in India for thousands of years. This is event is open to faculty, students and staff.

Join us March 25, 2024, at 4:00 – 6:00 pm on MET Lawn

The first 100 to RSVP will receive a free T-shirt.


Colorful Celebration:  We will have Holi pigment powder to throw, so expect to get covered in color! The powder won’t stain and is non-toxic and gluten free, but we do recommend dressing in clothes you don’t mind getting dirty just in case.

Outdoor-Only Event: This event will take place outdoors on the MET Lawn, so dress appropriately! The MET building will be open, but anyone who has participated in the event will not be allowed indoors to protect the site. If you’d like to enter the building, we recommend bringing a change of clothes or coming early.

Fun Food and Drink: Hungry or thirsty? light traditional food will be available on the MET Lawn as well as refreshing drinks but will not be allowed to enter back into the building.

Are we worried About the Weather? Keep an eye on our social media channels for the latest updates as this event will not be rescheduled if rained out.