The ultimate eat, meat, feast foodie festival experience, taking place at the Ticketpro Dome, is a fusion of celebrity chefs, foodies, braai-masters, butchers, industry experts and great music!
A feast for the senses
MiCasa, Robbie Wessels, Kobus de Kock Jnr and Andre Kriel from Black Cat Bones, Catherine Grenfell and Cito and Martin from one of SA’s top rock bands – Wonderboom – are just some of the special entertainment performances included in the weekend line-up. It truly promises to be a feast for all your senses.
Sponsored by Crown National, this quintessential, proudly South African festival will showcase the hottest braai products and versatile braaiing methods
In addition to the Chilli Competition fired up by Hot 91.9FM, Braai Wars between celebrities and chefs, visitor contests to crown the ‘Braai Champion’ across three disciplines; potjie, barbeque and steak & braai broedjies, there’s also an authentic ‘Flavours of the World’ experience, promoting cultural delights from ten countries, including Thailand, Japan, Turkey, South Africa, Italy, Indian, Morocco, Mexico, Portugal and Korea.
The Wine Tasting Zone, and The Jack Daniels Cave proves that there’s something for everyone at this family-friendly event.
What’s more, you can learn tips and best practice from the best South African chefs, in association with SA Chefs Association. The Fire & Feast Meat & Food Festival has confirmed renowned chefs to host free cooking theatre demonstrations throughout the weekend across the six unique features, which intend to accommodate all tastes and interests namely;
1. The Poultry Theatre brought to you by Country Fair and Festive,
2. The Beef and Lamb Cook-Off Theatre with demos by J’Something, The Lazy Makoti, The Bearded Chef and Chef Naledi,
3. The Pork 360 Theatre,
4. The Beefcor Theatre,
5. The Jacobs Coffee Theatre, which will be hosted by MasterChef judge and the Ultimate Braai Master, Pete Goffe-Wood, and his culinary teammate, Celebrity MasterChef winner and one of South Africa’s funniest comedians, Chris Forrest, and
6. The Stella Artois Beer & Meat Pairing Theatre.
From Friday 6 September to Sunday 8 September 2019 the popular Fire & Feast Meat & Food Festival will help South Africans shake off the winter cobwebs and slide into spring over a weekend-long love affair of meat, fire, braais and live music.
Kids U12: R20
Look out for the weekend pass at R200p/p, as well as the festival’s currency BraaiBucks (one taster is valued at R25)
Fire & Feast Meat Festival Schedule
Friday, 6 September: 12pm – 8pm
Saturday, 7 September: 10am – 8pm
Sunday, 8 September: 10am – 6pm
For more information follow Fire & Feast Meat Festival on: www.fireandfeast.co.za
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