This festival combines everything we love into one place at one time!

The two-day food, music and art festival, ‘EAT PLAY LOVE’, will be held on the 17th and 18th of December at the Turf Club, Mahalaxmi Race Course in Mumbai starting from noon on both the days!

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People attending the festival will get the opportunity to taste some of the best food from the best chefs and restaurants from around the country. Over 100 stalls will have diverse cuisines, right from high-end restaurants to highway dhabhas to organic fresh food. There will also be a music zone which will include performances by artists like The Other People, Alien Chutney, Baba Sehgal, Lucky Ali, Voctronica and more.

Besides food and music, the festival will have zones related to art, photography, retail, wellness, comedy, adventure sports and children. The event will also undertake slum beautification and street installations at city spots to create awareness of being an eco-friendly festival with help from Pappco Greenware.

The EAT section will have live cooking  and master classes with the top chefs of the country. A special Maruti Suzuki Ertiga Auto Cafe will have an Indo-Japanese inspired menu curated by celebrity chef Vicky Ratnani. The event will also feature the largest live barbecue with KAVO, food truck zones and home chef zones.

The PLAY section will cater to kids and a live stage for acoustic bands, comedy acts, dance troupes, an open theatre, a gaming zone for and a retail zone. The Perrier Experience Zone will allow adventure junkies to experience a never-before-seen virtual experience of a hot air balloon ride up in the sky. The festival will also witness the debut of India’s only children literature festival – Peek A Book featuring master storytellers like Hawaii’s Jeff Gere, puppeteer Usha Venkatraman, fitness specialist Rashmi Ramesh, teacher turned author Katie Bagli.

The LOVE section will allow people participate in workshops, graffiti wall art activities, yoga seminars, fashion shows, celebrity panel discussions, book reading sessions, karaoke open house and photography exhibitions.

The festival will travel to Hyderabad, Kolkata, Pune and Nagpur throughout next year with a plan to expand to newer regions over the next 3 years.

The tickets for the event this month are available right now so go eat and have a good time.