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Viral Events Launches National Color Festival Tour In Partnership with Caru Das

With roots in ancient India Color Festival allows people across the nation to experience the sentiments of the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple based Color Festival

SALT LAKE CITY, March 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Viral Events, a leader in national event execution, announced the launch of their national Color Festival tour. The tour will splash 12-15 cities across the nation with color for the 2014 season, including New York City, Atlanta and Dallas. In harmony with India's traditional Holi Festival, the rainbow party aims to be a joyful reminder to cast away bad feelings and throw worries to the wind.

Color Festival.

In partnership with Caru Das, Viral Events is bringing the transformative Color Festival to thousands of people across the nation. Live eclectic musicians, vibrant dancers, local expert yoga instructors and traditional vegetarian cuisine will accompany the multi-colored, memorable showers of eco-friendly, dyed food grade cornstarch.

"We're continually looking for ways to bring color and love to more people. Our partnership with Caru Das is the perfect way to do that," said Jake Ackerman, CEO and founder of Viral Events. "Color Festival is an unforgettable experience that will help you re-center your life on what matters most, and create memories to last a lifetime."

Color Festival is a family friendly event for all ages where kids 12 and under participate for free and there are activities for everyone. Friends, families and strangers alike will have the opportunity to shed their inhibitions and create sweet lasting relationships with those around them.

"The Color Festival is a celebration dear to my heart," said Caru Das, founder and master of ceremonies of the first Color Festival. "I am thrilled to be working with Viral Events to bring this joyous festival across the nation to people of all ages and walks of life. This is a time for people to come together and live in harmony and Color Festival is the perfect way to allow everyone to take part."

To celebrate life and love in full color visit www.colorfestival.com to find an event near you.

About Color Festival
Color Festival is a time to sing, dance, play, chase and color one another with powder to celebrate the triumph of good over bad, bridge social gaps and renew sweet relationships. With an incredible line-up of live musicians, dancers, yoga instructors, and more, Color Festival is an unforgettable experience that will help you re-center your life on what matters most, and create memories to last a lifetime. Learn more at www.colorfestival.com.

About Caru Das
Caru Das, the President & Founder of the Sri Sri Radha Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork and Salt Lake City Utah, held the first Color Festival at his Krishna Temple in Spanish Fork, Utah, in 1999 with 17 people in attendance. The Color Festival has its roots in the Indian tradition of Holi where the arrival of spring and the passing of winter are announced. The festival breathes an atmosphere of joy and love. People embrace each other in a spirit of reconciliation, forgiveness, and gratitude. Every nook and corner presents a colorful sight: young and old alike covered in color, singing, dancing and laughing together.

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