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Festival of Colors will be held in Tbilisi
12:05 19.05.2012
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On May 24, “Festival of colors” will be held in Tbilisi. The colored powders will be distributed free of charge. With a help of this powders, gathered guests will be able to “colour” each-other.

The Festival supporters are: “Kus Tba”, energy drink “HYPE” and “Sheshlili”.

“Simultaneously to the “Festival of Colors”, Rock and alternative music festival organized by “the National Center for Children and Youth” will be held at the Turtle Lake (Kus Tba), where guests will be able to listen to start-up musicians.  

The mentioned tradition is originated in India. Analogues of this event are hold in many other countries and this year, Georgia will be included in this list. 

The “Festival of colors” will start at 18:00 at the Kus Tba (“Turtle Lake”). Tr

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