Rangeen Mela With MUKTI and REVIVAL on June 20!


The most colourful gig is all set to take place at the Hounslow Heath Park on June 20 featuring the popular MUKTI AND REVIVAL from Nepal. Dubbed as the first ever Holi festival in Hounslow, Rangeen Mela will be hosted by the YAK Group. The colourful photo preview and the promo video has that zing to make me want to attend this day party! Whilst the daylight hours can be spent smothering colours on your friends, the evening will be for the live music takeover as supporting acts RK Square and Katha play just before the main act, Mukti and Revival. For those that love to shake it off – you’ll have DJ Bickey, DSD, DJ Phat and DJ Sumit’s beats to groove to!

Make sure you wear something light and maybe white, dress like it’s a 40 degrees summer in London and come with plenty of friends to live it up! With the purchase of a £15 ticket you will receive a packet of colour powder and don’t forget to bring your Photo ID (UK driving license or passport) with you as this is strictly an 18 and over event. The fun starts from 12 midday and will go on till 9PM.

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Email for Tickets: theyakarmy@gmail.com


Hounslow Heath Park
450 Staines Rd,
Hounslow, Middlesex

12.00 pm till 21:00 pm



Foods and Drinks
Foods and drinks will be available at the Festival. No food and drinks are allowed from outside. You may also not bring your own glass to the event.

Electronic Devices
You want to capture moments during the festival but please bear in mind that expensive electronics may get damaged by the powder. It is advisable to keep these protected in a bag, plastic cover to sleeve.

What to wear?
Please bear in mind, you will not leave the festival looking the same as you arrived. We recommend you wear white and leave colourful. Comfortable shoes/sandals and clothes you don’t mind getting dirty are recommended. For people wearing contact lenses, safety googles/glasses can be worn to protect the eyes.

Colour Countdown
Countdown will take place every 30 mins when people can release and throw the colour powder.

Our Colour
The colour at the festival is completely non-toxic, water soluble and environmentally friendly. We have imported certified 100% natural colour powder only and will be the only colour powder allowed at the event. We will not let any other unsuitable colour powder for the safety of festival goers. Any unsuitable colours will be unsuitable and confiscated.

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