Free Holi Celebration March 26 2-4pm at City Center San Ramon

The vibrant festival of Holi has long been celebrated as a way to usher in the season of spring and celebrate the victory of good over evil.

This year, join in the festivities at the City Center Bishop Ranch on March 26th from 2-4 pm for an unforgettable experience bursting with color, dancing, live music, and delicious food.

Held annually in India since ancient times, the Holi Festival is renowned for the playful throwing of colored powders and water at friends and family, symbolizing the joy of life and love.

As one of the most joyous and universally appealing Indian festivals, Holi is now celebrated by communities all over the world. At City Center Bishop Ranch, this unmissable event will be brought to life with an array of vibrant activities, music, and cuisine that all ages can enjoy.

A Kaleidoscope of Colors and Culture

The heart of the Holi Festival lies in the exhilarating throwing of colors, and at this event, participants wont be able to resist joining in the fun.

To make things even better, the entire Holi celebration at City Center Bishop Ranch will be free – giving you every reason to come along and immerse yourself in the vivacity of Indian culture.

Adorn Yourself with Traditional Indian Beauty

During the event, guests can take advantage of free activities such as bindi and henna tattoos. Bindi is a dot, generally of red color, applied between the eyebrows.

Henna tattoos, also known as mehndi, are delicate and intricate designs drawn on the skin with a paste made from the henna plant. These temporary tattoos are applied to adorn the hands and other body parts, lasting for up to two weeks, allowing you to take a little piece of the Holi Festival with you even after the event.

Experience the Energy of Indian Dance and Music

No Indian festival is complete without the mellifluous sounds of traditional music and dance performances that showcase the richness of Indias diverse cultural heritage.

At the City Center Bishop Ranchs Holi Festival, youll be treated to a variety of entrancing performances that will invite you to step into the magical world of Indian dance and song.

Savor the Flavors of India

To fuel up throughout the Holi festivities, tantalize your taste buds with authentic Indian food. As we all know, no celebration is complete without a delicious feast to share amongst friends, and the Holi Festival is no exception.

Mark your calendars for the 26th of March from 2-4 pm and join in the merriment at the City Center Bishop Ranch for a Holi celebration that will leave you with joy in your heart and a multitude of colorful memories to share.

Thomas Smith

Thomas Smith is a food and travel photographer and writer based in the San Francisco Bay Area. His photographic work routinely appears in publications including Food and Wine, Conde Nast Traveler, and the New York Times and his writing appears in IEEE Spectrum, SFGate, the Bold Italic and more. Smith holds a degree in Cognitive Science (Neuroscience) and Anthropology from the Johns Hopkins University.

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