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The Big Burp; the one of a kind urban food festival is happening tomorrow

Assam , 2019-10-11 4:20 PM
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“There is no love sincerer than the love of food” – George Bernard Shaw

To have an urban food festival is always an “Absolutely!” thing. And right about time Story Creators is bringing you The Big Burp, Guwahati’s first of it's kind Food & Music Festival.

DATE: 12-13TH OCTOBER | VENUE: GREENWOOD RESORT, GUWAHATI

The people behind Big Burp know and cherish the growing food culture in Guwahati. The core focus of the event is to bring together all popular food brands from across town, and a few select premium brands of national as well as international range; all during the mega two-day event.

The end-goal here is to offer every possible range of lip-smacking delicacies for varying appetites. It doesn’t stop there - Your love for ‘food’ will be matched with our love for music and entertainment. Simply put, if we are talking about putting together a BIGG FEAST here, we are surely matching it up with some BIGG performance and tons of fun activities for the people to indulge in.

FOOD

They say, “We’re talking about the best kind of food; with a plethora of food joints from across the city serving lip-smacking food to the crowd. We will also be bringing forward a select few food brands from other parts of India, as well as from overseas market – raise the hunger quotient in the air.”

Satiate your palates with cuisines ranging from Mughlai to oriental and ethenic to American. There will also be a platform for budding food entrepreneurs from the city to showcase their delicious recipes.

MUSIC

Groove to the beats of some of the leading musical acts from the country. Headlining artists: Ritviz, Divine, and When Chai Met Toast.

The Big Burp also promises to use as less plastic as possible and promote sustainability by carrying out a zero-waste policy throughout the two-day long event. Every entrant will be handed a paper cup or a bamboo mug as you enter the event, which they can use to fill water and drinks to quench thirst as they enjoy the event.


Updated by: News Sources 2019-10-11 4:20 PM