Wembley Park will be awash with colour this summer as HOLI ONE festival descends upon the iconic location.

For one day only, on Saturday 2nd August, between 12.00pm and 10.00pm, Wembley Park will host one of the final HOLI ONE festivals of the season. Thousands of people are expected to attend and will dress in white and cover each other with brightly coloured powder, on the hour, every hour, whilst enjoying live dance music.

The event will see people entertained by some of the best local and international DJs and HOLI ONE encourages talent to get in touch with them, if they want to perform at the festival.

Stephan Dau, CEO and founder of HOLI ONE Colour Festivals, said: “We’re excited to bring the HOLI ONE experience to London this summer. Wembley Park is a fantastic location and we’re sure everybody who attends will have a great time. We’re currently in the planning phase, working with local businesses and DJs to make the event as memorable as past festivals.

Gary Bell, Commercial Manager at Wembley Park, added: “Wembley Park represents a complete transformation of a landscape. More than a series of buildings or a cluster of homes, offices or shops around a national landmark, we aim to put a dynamic new neighbourhood and community onto the map of London.”

Stephan continued: “The festival is all about making friends, coming together and having an unforgettable experience. Everyone is equal at HOLI ONE and everyone leaves looking the same, covered in safe and quality cosmetic powder, with a smile on their face and some great pictures to remember it all by.”

Last year, HOLI ONE Colour festivals were attended by 100,000 worldwide and took place across cities and countries that included London, South Africa and Berlin.

For more information please visit www.holione.com/city/london

Tickets can be purchased from Friday 28th February at 9am from http://tickets.holione.com/

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