Come Unwind At The Biggest Food And Music Festival!
Good food and good vibes set the tone for the upcoming weekend as India's biggest food and music festival, HT City Unwind, takes place at Delhi's Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium. From scintillating performances by Yo Yo Honey Singh, Jas Manak, Nuclea, Rashmeet Kaur and Sunanda Sharma to the culinary world, Mobikwik HT City Unwind offers an unforgettable experience.
From October 7 to 9, HT City is partnering with Instagram food service HT Cityfoodies, a three-day event featuring over 100 food stalls designed by the best in the business. Additionally, India's top chefs including Kunal Kapoor, Harpal Singh Sohi, Varun Inamdar, Tarun Sibal and Nishant Choubey will lead cooking classes, share tips and tricks and prepare amazing dishes.
Cooking for the public is a fun and colorful show of magicians. This time it's Apni Dilly and it couldn't be more exciting,” says Inamdar.
While Sohi was keen to bring back some 'namak shamak', Acha Sibal was delighted to add her tadka to this eatery for food. “I am very happy to cook in my city at one of the top food and music festivals in Delhi, HT City Onewind. I can't wait to give you something fancy,” added Sibal.
With such a palette of tastes, there is no better accompaniment than good music. From EDM to techno and rock to Punjabi pop, there are plenty of high-octane acts lined up by some of the country's biggest music stars.
“I am very excited to play HT City Unwind in Delhi, which will be the biggest food and music festival of all time. Rapper and singer Yo Yo Honey Singh, who will be entertaining the crowd on the last day of the festival (October 9), said: I'm going to have fun and I'm really excited about it.
With similar sentiments, Nuclea will perform on the opening day of the festival. "Extremely happy to be performing at HT City Unwind, one of the biggest food and music festivals in India. See you on 7th October at JLN, Delhi!" said the artist.
And that is not all! Rock bands Swarveda, Tarkash and Rocknama and DJ Sumit Sethi are all set to join the party and promise to make your evenings more musical.
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