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JOBURG - THE DSTV Delicious Food and Music Festival, one of the most anticipated food and music events in Johannesburg, was quite the frosty party.
Lovers of good food and music braved the cold and gathered at Huddle Park to enjoy international live music from the likes of Chaka Khan, Drizabone, Shakatak and Louie Vega, and a number of local acts such as Muzart, The Muffins and Unathi.
Mouth-watering tastes from around the world were served at every corner of the event by some of the best chefs in the world.
This year, the Delicious Restaurant was hosted by MasterChef SA judge, Pete Goffe-Wood and food demonstrations were hosted by Food Network celebrity chefs Reza Mahammad, Jenny Morris and Siba Mtongana.
Guests also enjoyed a variety of gourmet dishes from the various food stalls and sipped on some exciting cocktails and craft beer.
There was something for everybody at the festival, from the guests’ taste in music to their taste in food.
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