Color Day Festival Takes a Rain Check for April 21

The South Pasadena Educational Foundation will celebrate spring with a burst of color on April 21

PHOTO: Bill Glazier | SouthPasadenan.com | Banners are hung in front of local public schools reminding the public that the 3rd annual Color Festival in the parking lot at the South Pasadena Unified School District has been postponed until April 21 as a result of inclement weather

Reminder: Rain Delay for Color Festival

Originally scheduled for Saturday, March 17, the South Pasadena Education Foundation has rescheduled its 3rd annual Color Festival for April 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the South Pasadena Unified School District parking lot, located at 1020 El Centro Street, in the city.

Organizers have decided to postpone the event on account of possible inclement weather this Saturday.  

Inspired by the Indian spring festival of Holi, Color Festival is a celebration of spring for all ages featuring music, dancing, food, henna/flash tattoos, games, and vibrant color throws. As part of the celebration, event goers will be able to purchase small bags of brightly colored cornstarch and are invited to play, dance and color each other throughout the event. Every half hour there will be organized color throws, calling on participants to throw color into the air in unison and tinting the sky in pink, purple, orange, yellow, and blue hues.

The Color Festival is SPEF’s alternative to the annual Fun Fair, with a splash of color thrown in to welcome spring.

Admission to the Color Festival is $5 per person. The powder is additional with a variety of prices to fit everyone’s budget.

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