Delicious International Food and Music Festival one of the largest events in the country, opened up Early Bird ticket earlier this month. And after two years, they’re one of the early movers dipping their toes in the water, banking on a return to normal when the much-loved festival returns in September.
“We’re encouraged by the improving environment around the relaxation of COVID-19 restrictions and we’re hoping that the country may be at a new normal stage that allows food festivals and live music events to take place, come September. It’s been a long two years and we’re looking forward to celebrating some incredible food and music once again,” said Lloyd Cornwall, Director of the Delicious International Food and Music Festival. “The long-awaited opening up of live entertainment comes at a much needed time for an industry that has really been hard hit.’
The annual two-day sell-out festival has attracted some of the biggest names in the international, African and local food and music industries including Jamiroquai, Chaka Khan, Erykah Badu, Hugh Masekela, Black Coffee, Louie Vega; chefs Reuben Riffel, Siba Mtongana and J Something amongst others.
With a saving of R200, pre-registration tickets are now available at R550 per person.
Follow Delicious International Food and Music Festival on social media to look out for a star-studded international and local line-up.
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