EsselWorld and Water Kingdom - Mumbai's most popular amusement and Water Park, is all set to engage its guests yet again with its 2 days Badi Holi celebrations. Stressing on the idea of enjoying Holi 'sans colours' and in sync with the reputation for being an environment conscious park, the twin parks have organized a slew of events to enthral its guests.
The celebration commences on March 12, 2017 with celebrated Bollywood singer Shibani Kashyap launching her latest single 'Manmaana Khwab' at Water Kingdom. The melodious and soulful song composed by Sanket Sahe, is all about making your dreams come true.
Commenting on this occasion Shibani Kashyap said "I am super excited to perform at EsselWorld & Water Kingdom, the most amazing place full of fun adventures. This is an opportune platform to unveil my latest single 'Manmaana Khwab' and inspire the visitors to set sail for a journey of fulfilling their dreams."
On the day of Holi, to ensure all the patrons have a great time at the park, EsselWorld - Water Kingdom has come up with unlimited live music, games and dance. Performing on 13th March will be popular DJ Karma who will get the crowd grooving with the latest Bollywood numbers.
Mr. Shrish Deshpande CEO of EsselWorld & Water Kingdom said "EsselWorld and Water Kingdom have always believed in eco-friendly Holi thereby giving patrons full freedom to have boundless fun as well as enjoy the pleasure of protecting the nature. So, celebrate the Holi weekend at EsselWorld & Water Kingdom and get drenched in music, dance and masti!"
To add on to the happiness quotient of its patrons, the twin parks are also offering discount offers available online or at the retail kiosks. Under the scheme patrons purchasing tickets between the period March 4 to March 11, 2017, will get a flat 15% discount on single park entry tickets at either EsselWorld or Water Kingdom valid for 12th & 13th March 2017.
Holi Event: 12th & 13th March 2017
For more details call on 022 6528 0305
Log on to www.esselworld.in | www.waterkingdom.in
Park timing: 10.30 am to 6.30 pm