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BEEFED-UP FIRE & FEAST BUTCHER’S FESTIVAL

Are you ready to sink your teeth into a succulent event unlike any Joburg has ever seen?

Food and meat lovers who have been eagerly anticipating this first-of-its kind event in Johannesburg can look forward to a programme packed with the best the local meat and gastronomy industry has to offer on 26 to 28 May at the Ticketpro Dome. This includes pairing and cooking methods on show, as well as an assortment of cuisine to tantalise your taste buds.

“It is going to be a phenomenal show. The Festival menu offers something for every taste-bud. The exhibitors comprise of an array of food, beverage and lifestyle brands and, with the new dates in place, festivalgoers will have the opportunity to discover even more current food trends. Foodies will also get the chance to rub shoulders with the who’s who of the industry.” says Paul Edmunds, Sales & Sponsorship Manager at Reed Exhibitions, organisers of the Festival that have partnered with Crown National to bring the event to life.

Stepping into the festival, visitors will be able to pick and choose which sections to check out first: whether it be the Beer and Braai Garden, Lamb and Mutton Kitchen, Beef Kitchen or the Wine and Food Pairing Zone.

“South Africa’s meat eaters are always keen to experience new ways of indulging in their favourite diet staple. Therefore, we have exciting demo theatres, including Pork 360, which is an interactive and experiential theatre dedicated to the pork industry,” adds Edmunds.

“Adding to the excitement, the Festival times for all three days, are from 10h00 to 20h00. he trade can enjoy complimentary access to the show on Friday 26th by registering on the website.” So, make sure you are ready to tuck into this not-to-be-missed event!” concludes Edmunds.

Tickets for the Fire & Feast Butcher’s Festival, presented by Crown National, are available from TicketPro at the following prices:

  • Adults: R100
  • Pensioners and students: R80
  • Age 0-12: Free

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