Millions of people celebrate this color festival all over the world.
This celebration is, without doubt, the liveliest event in India and has now become the world’s most popular Indian festival.
What is this
In India, the Festival of Colors announces the arrival of spring and the passing of winter. The festival breathes an atmosphere of social merriment. People bury their hatchets with a warm embrace and throw their worries to the wind. Every nook and corner presents a colorful sight. Young and old alike are covered with colors (red, green, yellow, blue, pink, orange, violet, and more).
Color your life and throw your worries to the wind!
It is a family friendly gathering of people united in their desire to celebrate life.
This colorful festival takes place in the most beautiful village called New Vrindaban, the Land of Krishna. Here you can look out over expansive acres of rustic Appalachian countryside, roam through award-winning gardens, and see national heritage architecture. Peacocks, swans, deer, and many other animals grace the holy hillsides of New Vrindaban. Roaming freely, they beautify the scenery and add a delightful surprise to your color throwing experience.
GROUP COLOR THROWING
September 18, 2021
2 Color bags
3 Color bags
What to wear
Wear white clothing. You will enjoy the tapestry of colors on your shirt at the end of the day! Hat, sunscreen, and sunglasses. White event t-shirts will be available for purchase on site.
Jai Krishna and Ananda Groove
TK and Nama Rock
There will be ample parking available. Maximum walking time to the entrance door will be 15 minutes. Regret no shuttle. Those requiring assistance may be left as close to the entrance as possible before finding parking.
If “shop till you drop” is your mantra, then our retail boutique is just where you want to be—before you get colored! From exotic eastern garments for women to kiddie saris and hand-crocheted dolls, it has something for every person and pocket. Don’t miss this range of exclusive treasures not to be found anywhere else in the country. Visit our gift shop Matchless Gifts located down the street from the Palace of Gold.
Alcohol and smoking of all kinds are strictly prohibited. It is a spiritual and family friendly festival. Weapons of any kind are also prohibited. There will be a bag check for security purposes.
Spoil yourself at our food court where you will find an array of delectable eats from authentic Indian cuisine to Western treats. It’s East meets West, with affordable home-made food prepared within minutes.
The festival is enjoyed by children of all ages. They will love it! A variety of arts and crafts and activities that include fairy gardens, and hair braiding, will keep them entertained.
Stay with us for a couple days. Book a room or cabin at www.palacelodge.com
Would you like to be a vendor at our annual Festival of Colors ( Saturday, September 18th) at the gorgeous Palace of Gold grounds near the lotus pond starting at noon and ending at 6pm. This event has been growing steadily since its inception and we expect this year to be our biggest yet. With your help, it will be our best.
1. The event begins at noon and ends at 6pm.
2. Vendors are expected to be set up by 11am latest and start packing no earlier than 6pm. There will be no special parking for vendors and workers—except for at setting up time. 2. There is no cost to participate however we expect an exchange of 20% of your gross cash and credit sales for the day. We encourage you to have credit card facilities and a good amount of petty cash.
3. Once you express interest, an application form will be sent to you and credit card details be given to extract the 20% of the sales at the end of the event. A vendor map will be posted on at the site.
4. If you need a power supply, please let us know. All spaces are outdoors and you will be expected to provide your own tent, tables and chairs.
To confirm your vendor participation and for the application form, please contact Madri Dasi at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at: +1 (304) 312-6921
We look forward to having your association.
Hare Krishna. Thank you.
Color Festival Team