Regulation 2023


ColorsPXO is a party that celebrates life, joy and fun. This celebration is done through lots of music, explosions of colored powder, dancing, DJ’s and some surprises. The main goal of the organization is that no one goes home without being completely colorful and of course, with a smile on their face. The celebration is inspired by the Indian festival of colors, known as Holi. It is a Hindu festival that celebrates the onset of spring and the triumph of good over evil. The festival has been in existence for over 2,000 years and its symbol is the throwing of colored powders at each other, representing joy and harmony. The colors also hold mythological significance, related to the story of Krishna and Radha, two Hindu deities. The festival of colors has spread around the world and is now celebrated in various countries, with different adaptations and customs.




All individuals who purchase the access wristband to the event can participate in ColorsPXO’23. Free entry for children up to 3 years old


Price list (before the event day):

· €6.00 (includes wristband + 1 bag of colored powder) | 4 to 11 years old

· €12.00 (includes wristband + 1 bag of colored powder) | 12 to 99 years old

· €12.00 T-shirt


Price list | Day of August 19 from 2:00 PM to 8:00 PM

· €7.50 (includes wristband without the offer of a bag of colored powder) | 4 to 11 years old

· €15.00 (wristband without the offer of 1 bag of colored powder) | 12 to 99 years old

· €12.00 T-shirt


By purchasing the participation wristband, you express agreement with the rules of this regulation.

The colored powder (Gulal) is delivered at the entrance of the event. Complaints will not be accepted after purchasing the wristband and collecting/delivering the colored powder (Gulal).

The participant, when purchasing the wristband, can leave and enter the event venue as many times as they want, as long as they have the wristband placed on their wrist.




By purchasing the event access wristband, the participant undertakes to respect the event’s regulations, as well as authorizes the use of drones to collect images within the perimeter of the event and the use of images, photographs, video or audio collected before, during and after the event in the perimeter of the event on supports, such as social media, event website, social networks or others, to publicize the event.

Participants can take pictures and film with cell phones or non-professional digital cameras.

The organization is not responsible for damage to the materials, caused by the public or by colored powder (Gulal), and the owner is fully responsible for having protection and insurance on the material used. You can use the Gopro/monopod accessories.



Colored powder (Gulal) that has not been provided by the organization.

Companions without access wristbands.

Drinks, food, bottles and glasses that are not for sale or available on the premises.

Pets (except guide dogs for the blind), even if properly tethered or stowed.

Streamer/foam/paint sprays, confetti or any type of throwing tube with or without compressed air or other type of paper, water or powder launchers.

Selfie stick (monopod), tripod, weapons, sharp objects or self-defense items.

Professional photographers or filming that are not authorized by the organization.



The participant is responsible for the decision to participate in any presentation, evaluating their physical condition and ability to participate.

The organization has no responsibility for medical or nursing care.

There will be emergency assistance services on site.

The organization is not responsible for any loss or theft at the event venue.

The care of minors is exclusive to responsible adults, and children up to 12 years old must be accompanied by an adult.

The classification is M/6. In accordance with current legislation, children under 6 years of age can attend if accompanied by their parents, with the signature of a liability waiver provided by the organization at the entrance of the event.



There may be changes to the event schedule without prior notice.

In the moments of launching the colored powder (Color Blast), pay attention to the people around you, avoiding direct shots to the face.

Wear comfortable clothes that can be painted with colored paints.

Bring a change of clothes or a towel so you don’t get your car or other means of transport dirty.

Consume all food, ice cream and drinks in the food court.

Because it’s a Color Festival, wear white clothes and colorful or fluorescent accessories!

Don’t worry if you don’t know the choreographies, ENJOY THE POWER!