THE GAUTENG DEPARTMENT OF SPORTS, ARTS, CULTURE, AND RECREATION BROUGHT CARNIVAL FLAVOUR TO DStv DELICIOUS INTERNATIONAL FOOD AND MUSIC FESTIVAL
DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival was the epitome of the place to be on the 21st and 22nd September 2019 at the Kyalami Grand Prix Circuit. The Festival had a host of local and international talent gracing its two stages over the event weekend including Corinne Bailey Rae, Shekhinah, Lira, Raphael Saadiq, Kalawa Jazmee Records 25th Year Anniversary, and Ralf GUM All Stars featuring Monique Bingham, Kafele Bandele, Portia Monique, and so many more!
This Food and Music extravaganza would fall short without its expansive food offering in and around the Delicious Mile: Gourmet Street-Food Market. Fans and patrons enjoyed a wide array of delectable foods from around the globe including Vetkoek Burgers, Tripe Wraps, and a Fire-Pit, to Churros, Sushi, Korean Barbeque, and vegan and vegetarian options. Every taste and desire was catered for in the Delicious Mile: from the sweet-tooth to the health fiend.
With all kinds of culture being served up at the Festival over Heritage weekend, DStv Delicious International was proud to partner with Gauteng Department of Sports, Arts, Culture, and Recreation to make it all happen. As a government department, they strive to protect and nurture the growth of young creatives and South Africa’s indigenous culture.
With Gauteng Department of Sports, Arts, Culture, and Recreation added flavor to the Festival by bringing their #GPHeritageCarnival to the event, who paraded around the festival grounds and brought light and colour to the patrons of DStv Delicious International Food and Music Festival.
It is only through the support of several sponsors that this sensory extravaganza can take place and inspire so many people. This festival is in proud association with DStv who’ve been part of the Delicious story from the very beginning, and Samsung, VISA, Engen, South African Airways, Jeep, Flight Centre, Gautrain, Red Bull, Johnnie Walker, Tanqueray, Windhoek, Proudly South African and The Star who have helped to make it all happen.