Lahore Eat Food Festival ends successfully
After the successful event in Karachi , Pakistani favorite food festival returned to Lahore from 16th to 18th March 2018 at Fortress Stadium Lahore Cantt.
Consisting of 80 Kiosks representing different kinds of cuisines from around the world which included Mr Waffels, Noodle Woodle, G.Y.M, Karamel Cookies, Arabi’s, The Bawarchi& Aussie Grill just to name a few. Lahore Eat 2018 also included performances by Pakistan’s leading talents such as Akhtar Chanal, Ali Azmat, Asim Azhar, Aura, Fuzion and Asrar.
Indeed, the EAT is an annual food festival built around the idea of creating a common platform in a Public Space for people who love food. From the most creative and talented chefs to the street vendors, the EAT is a festival which celebrates the full diversity of food that the cities has to offer.
On the festivals return to Lahore Aslam Khan & Omar Omari of CKO Event Architecture have said: “We are overjoyed to be returning to Lahore; the nation’s food capital. This year the Lahore Eat hosted a much larger audience as 80 of the cities top restaurants, eateries and home based food enthusiasts have been handpicked to take Centre stage.”
In terms of further patrons and sponsors, the success of Eat Festival continues to prompt food sector associates to grow in their engagement of the platform to bigger audience members, marketing campaigns and promotional activities sharing a common vision with the Eat Festival to develop and promote Pakistan’s eatery industry. In this same spirit, this year the Lahore Eat Festival welcomed 7UP as the platforms Platinum sponsor and Exclusive Beverage Partner, Radio1 FM91 as the Official Radio Partner, Keenu as Payment Partner (offering 30% cash backs), UBER as Transportation Partner, Mindmap Communications as the Official Digital Partner, OUR Solution and Minerva Concepts as the Official Public Relations Partners.
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