The most awaited Food and Cultural fest in Panjim, The Goa Food and Cultural Festival is back with a bang this year. It’s got an amazing fusion of two of the things that we humans love the most, Food and Entertainment. Already wondering how you will manage to get back to work or school with a weekend this good? Well who cares? Cherish and live one day at a time and enjoy the amazing food and entertainment lined up for you. Here’s what you need to know about the Goa Food & Cultural Festival.
Date & Venue of Goa Food & Cultural Festival 2020
When does it start and when does it end? Where is it? OMG will I ever be able to make it? Yes of course, Susan. It starts on the 21st of February and goes on till the 23rd of February at Campal Cricket Ground, opposite the Parade ground in Panjim. A power-packed 3 days filled with Food and Frolic, this festival is something every Goan eagerly waits for. So you don’t have to be picky about which day to attend. You do not have to worry about your “can I miss day 2?” blues. The festival is an amalgamation of unlimited food and fun throughout. And guess what? Various upcoming and path-breaking artists & musical bands like Aathma, Masala Coffee, Uzo, Shine On, Band Ambassadors and the Latin Connection with Konkani Greats will be performing this year.
Entertainment and food, obviously. With a space that can fill up to numerous stalls, these food stalls will not just give you lip-smacking food, but will definitely help you burn your calories, NOT!
Performances from live bands loved across the nation also adds to the essence of the festival. For those out there with the Goan flair in you, the Goa Food and Cultural Festival has made sure you groove to the Goan masala songs by local Goan bands too!
In the past, dance performances and elegant fashion shows for the artists and fashionistas out there made it a pretty big deal in Goa.
The Goa Food and Cultural Festival 2020 also brings to you the “Cooking Competition” on the 23rd of February. If you think you have got it in you and you have what it takes, then this is your platform, a vivid competition for all aspiring chefs.
So do not miss the most vibrant fest, because it is not just an ordinary event- it is the best of the season. The Goa Food and Cultural Festival is open to all and begins at 6 pm on the 21st of February which is a weekend so embracing, that the ‘Thank God it’s Friday’ slogan is one for the books.
An added bonus for you this year, is the Goa Carnival 2020 which is also happening throughout the state of Goa alongside the Goa Food & Cultural Festival on almost the same dates. So head out to the Panjim Carnival on 22nd Feb at around 3 pm to taste the revelry Goa has to offer. Feast your eyes with the colourful floats and the eclectic performances. And once it is dark and your hunger pangs set in, head out to Campal Grounds and have a lovely feast at the food stalls at the Goa Food & Cultural Festival 2020!