Due to our major construction project, we will not be hosting HoliDC in 2022. We hope to see you soon!
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11AM - 5 PM


10310 Oaklyn Dr.

Potomac, MD 20854



Not your ordinary day! 

A playful festival to strengthen friends and families with happiness. 


Holi, also known as the festival of colors, has its roots in ancient India and the practice of bhakti yoga. Krishna, the Sanskrit name for God, loves to have fun with his friends and family. He plays Holi, throwing colored powders, laughing through His mischievous ways. This festival is a chance for us to do the same, have a day full of laughter and lightheartedness. We host it to create a space for families and friends to reconnect in playfully fun and memorable ways.

For the safety of all attending no outside color water or powder will be allowed into the festival.

Children's tickets: If you can comfortably carry them in then your arms then they do not need a ticket. Strollers allowed.  

All sales final. HoliDC's Rain Date is 9/19 and all tickets and parking passes will be carried over. No refunds or exchanges. All 'tickets' are minimum suggested donations.



Tickets Available Online
HoliDC 2015

HoliDC 2015



Free Parking

We have different parking lots throughout Potomac.


Free Shuttle

We provide free transportation to and from our parking lots to the festival site.

Free Family Photo

Take a printed memory with you before you exit the festival to remember the all the fun.

$5 Color Pack

Available to purchase at the festival. They are natural, non-toxic and wash off easily enough – that being said, wear something you might not need in the future.

$2 to $5 Festival Food

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.

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This is a community festival dedicated to creating a fun and memorable time for each attendee. We ask all attendees to commit to this goal by being conscious of their actions and behavior. Please do not throw color into the face of other participants, as this limits their fun and leaves them with a bad taste (pun intended).

Interested in volunteering for the event? Please email: events@iskconofdc.org


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