The Indian festival of Holi, which marks the end of winter and is celebrated with dazzling displays of colour, comes in mid-March. But this secular version of the festival, which ditches the Hinduism and throws in some drum 'n' bass, takes place a couple of months later in the early summer sunshine. Forget religion – this is essentially a day-long music festival with a twist: ravers come dressed in white and proceed to chuck coloured powder at each other until everyone looks like a Haribo sweet. It's good, silly, asthma-inducing fun. DJ Fresh headlines.