DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid and Topaz Farm present HOLI Spring Festival, a celebration of color on Sauvie Island Saturday 5/28 and Sunday 5/29
Join us as we celebrate Holi, a spring harvest festival of color!
In Oregon, spring on the island is a long season: sowing of seeds, flowers blooming and vegetables waking up.
We at Topaz Farm want to honor how this season is a rebirth on the farm, while celebrating the beautiful South Asian festival of Holi. Holi is an ancient festival, celebrated across religions that marks the arrival of spring and the end of winter.
We’ve teamed up with DJ Anjali & The Incredible Kid to host a Bollywood and Bhangra dance party in the grass.
Expect to get messy as Holi is celebrated by throwing bright colored powder on each other. Wearing white or old clothes is recommended.
This event is Portland’s first to feature only organic powder, direct from India, made from flowers, seeds and vegetables. Each paid entrance includes a packet of colors (while supplies last). No outside colors are allowed.
Everyone welcome at this all-ages event.
Featuring food by multiple, local Indian restaurants (TBA).
A percentage of proceeds to benefit farmers in India.
- Adults: $20
- Seniors 55+ $15
- Kids 6-16: $10
- Kids 5 and under: Free
- TIX HERE!
- COVID-19 policy: Event attendees must comply with Oregon Health Authority and Multnomah County rules including mask wearing and social distancing required at the time of the event.
- Ticket prices include farm entrance, the festival and free parking.
- The farm and gates close at 9:00 pm and no overnight parking allowed.
- Outside food and beverages (except water) are not permitted and no smoking of any kind is allowed.
- No animals are allowed except registered service animals.
- No outside colors (powder) are allowed.
Funded in part by a grant from Multnomah County Cultural Coalition and the Oregon Cultural Trust.