Color Wars Are Coming to Guanacaste. Are You Ready?

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In the beginning, everybody looks the same: in white and completely clean. But everyone ends up dirty and colorful. That is the funny part of the Holi One Festival, in which music fuses with a war of colored powders.

This will be the third time the famous festival takes place in Costa Rica but the first time it will be done in Guanacaste. “We decided to change the location to live new experiences. The atmosphere that prevails at this time in the area is a major attraction, to offer consumers a beach space, outdoor music, renowned artists in addition to the entire experience of Holi One,” said Alberto Yglesias, organizer.

The date will be Wednesday December 30th at Brasilito Beach on six hectares of private land, located about 100 meters from the beach, although the property is not oceanfront.

Guest performers are Laidback Luke coming from Amsterdan, Californian DJ MAKJ and 8 national Djs incluing Jalamelule, Ale Mora y Bartosz Brenes

Enjoy the Experience

To go, you must first get a ticket on the website www.eticket.cr, which has a general cost (for both Ticos and foreigners) of ¢20,000 ($38).

It is important to take fresh white clothes to have fun with the Holi One Powders, which are colored powders. These are nontoxic for users and for the environment.

It is not permitted to bring to the event  drones, pets, laser pointers or any other flamboyant or sharp objects. It is also not allowed to enter with alcohol.

On the property, there will be bars selling liquor so the Holi One Festival will only be for people older than 18.