Do you remember that time in art class when you were told not to go crazy with the colours because it wouldn’t work?
And when your teacher said that all those different colours would only end up looking some horrible grey?
Let me tell you, they were wrong.
Going to a HOLI ONE Festival is a bit like going to art class.
The only difference is that you come as a blank canvas and leave as a colourful master piece.
On Saturday 8th August 2015, the HOLI ONE colour festival took place at London’s renowned Wembley Park just in front of Wembley stadium.
The event started at midday and right from the start the revellers poured into the event area.
HOLI ONE offered its party people a range of different food stalls and some wild rides for the thrill-seekers.
Every hour the whole HOLI ONE crowd would gather in front of the stage for the big countdown, the DJ got the masses all excited by addressing the crowds with a ‘I say HOLI you say ONE’ which led to a massive ‘HOLI ONE’ chant right before the countdown dropped.
Cue ‘One’ and the masses threw their colour powder and painted Wembley Park in beautiful colours.
What a picture. A marvellous sea of colours erupted right in front of the impressive Wembley stadium. It couldn’t get any better.
After the colourful dust had faded HOLI ONE was all smiles and just so pretty, shining bright in all colours of the rainbow.
The great line up had the party people moving to dance music bangers all the way through to 10pm.
It is safe to say that HOLI ONE made London even brighter, prettier and diverse that day as the revellers swarmed out into the night; and despite travelling into different directions, the bright colourful stains on their white shirts still uniting them true to the HOLI ONE spirit ‘We Are One’.