The iconic festival originated in India and is a Hindu celebration of spring and new life.
The festival, which also features DJ sets, live performances and dance troupes, kicks off at 7pm at an open site next to the Teresa de León college.
Entry costs €12 but discounted tickets will be available for registered voters.
For more information visit www.holicolourspain.es
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