The event, being hosted at Battersea Power Station on 3-4 August, is based on the traditional Hindu celebration of welcoming spring, known as the festival of colours, in which individuals wear white clothing and cover each other in brightly coloured powders.
It is the first time the Holi One World Festival event has come to the UK, and will also include music, dance, performance art and visual stimulation, as well as a line-up of DJs to keep guests entertained throughout the day.
Big Cat, which is based in both London and Birmingham, will be providing the full event production and event management for the festival in the capital next month.
Stephan Dau, managing director of Holi One World, said: "This is the first time we’ve bought Holi One World Festival to the UK. We knew we needed a company with a solid reputation for successfully delivering big scale events, which we have found in Big Cat.
"We trust that their event expertise will be demonstrated throughout the process and ultimately result in an event experience that will be remembered"
Nick Morgan, Big Cat chief executive, added: "The whole Big Cat team are excited to be working with Holi One Festival. We are certain that we will make this event a success and deliver a unique experience.
"This account marks another milestone win for the Big Cat events team and we are 100% committed to providing a first-class service."
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