Indian food is much more than butter chicken and kormas. It’s more than tandoor and rotis. For the first time ever, Victoria will witness a festival celebrating India’s rich culinary heritage. This is your chance to go on a journey into the history of Indian and South Asian food. Following the success of a massive Holi Fest organised by Festivals of South Asia Inc, Indian Food Festival is a new journey by Victoria’s reputed event organisers. The event will host spice markets, culinary classes, Indian sweet and savoury delights, kebabs, momos and other interesting Indian food items. At the live culinary classes, you can learn how to make a dosa, try out your favourite curry and learn about the beer and wine that’s most suitable for the Indian palate. So do not miss out to celebrate Victoria’s fastest growing cuisine.
India Day/South Asian Food Festival: A cultural and culinary extravaganza!
On behalf of Festivals of South Asia Inc, I’d like to bring to your attention a great opportunity for your business at the upcoming annual Indian Independence Day Celebrations — India Day –to be held at the Werribee Race Course on 15 August. To mark this grand occasion we are celebrating South Asia’s rich culinary experience and tradition. We will mark this day by celebrating India’s culture, music and dance and also make this event more exciting by showcasing various foods South Asia has to offer.
Being the first food festival with a South Asian/Indian flavour, the event promises to evoke a lot of response from Victoria’s large Indian population. Indian food is gaining popularity across Australia. With more and more families cooking and experiencing Indian food at home their interest in Indian food is immense. This will drive potentially a huge number of audience from various communities including other multicultural communities.
As a business, this is a perfect opportunity for you to showcase your products/services at the venue. You will have the opportunity to enhance your branding to a diverse group of people.
The festival grounds at the Werribe Race course will turn into a playground of food and culture. With numerous activities for families including kid rides, entertainment, games and camel rides, the event promises to be a trip into a world of culture, spice, colour, patriotism and music. The venue will have an exclusive area for a large spice market. There will also be an art exhibition, fashion stalls and pottery workshop.
Tantalising food varieties
Gala stage performers – singers, musicians & dancers
10 Hours of cultural extravaganza
Extravagant glamour of a fashion show
Other surprising stalls, children’s rides
South Asian Food Festival Melbourne 2015
Location & Details
Gates open at 11.00am and closes at 9.00pm.
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