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Melbourne Holi Festival 2017

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Celebrating all things good - in the brightest way possible
Holi is a celebration of good over evil. First originating in India, the joys of Holi have now spread all over the world, and Melbourne sure knows how to host a Holi Festival that will go off with a bang.

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Though many dress in white, there is no official dress code for a Holi Festival, just keep in mind that you won't be leaving without first being covered in coloured dye.

This year's Melbourne Holi Festival will be held at the Seaworks Maritime Project in Williamstown on March 4th, from 11am to 9pm. With a schedule jam-packed including music, market stalls, live performances and food trucks, every second you spend at the Holi Festival is sure to be filled with joy.

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General admission tickets are $60 plus a booking fee, or $45 for students and concession, and can be bought here. If you purchase your tickets online, you will also receive two complementary colour pouches. Otherwise, they will be available to purchase along with your tickets at the door. Entry is free for children under 12.

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Holi is an alcohol, drug and pet free event, and is open to all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

You can visit the Holi Tribe's website for a list of confirmed acts and artists, then get ready to celebrate the triumph of goodness over evil in the most colourful way possible.
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Why? To celebrate good over evil!
When: March 4th, 11am - 9pm
Website: holitribe.net
Where: Seaworks Maritime Precinct, Williamstown
Cost: General admission: $63.69. Student/concession: $48.02. Under 12: Free!
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